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November 22, 2017


We're looking forward to rolling out the MoneyCamp Program this month to two High schools within HISD! We are coming to your HISD school soon as well! MoneyCamp is a program designed for middle school, high school and college-aged students... Continue reading

Smart Things to Teach Teens About Money

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June 25, 2015

7 Smart Things To Teach Teens About Money. by: Ruth Soukup This month we want to encourage teachers and parents to help their kids be smart about money. Dave Ramsey and his daughter Rachel Cruze's new book Smart Money, Smart Kids: Teaching the...Continue reading →

8 Stressful Things You Tolerate Too Often

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May 22, 2017

8 Stressful Things You Tolerate Too Often by: Mack and Angel Hack Life In life, unnecessary tolerations can bleed you of energy and make it impossible for you to function effectively. You can't live a happy, successful, fulfilling life when yo...Continue reading →

5 Reasons to Use Games In Class

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March 26, 2015

5 Reasons To Use Games in Class by: Rebekah Stathakis You guys should know by now that we're just kids at heart here at WIN. We want students to have fun while learning. Good times bring good memories, so why not have good memories i...Continue reading →

How to Handle The Class Clown

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January 31, 2017

How to Handle The Class Clown by: Dr. Ken Shore Almost every class has a clown -- that student who will do or say just about anything to draw attention to himself. Determined to be in the spotlight, he's willing to persist with his w...Continue reading →

Top 7 Ways To Motivate Your Students!

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January 29, 2015

According to a 2003 National Research Council report on motivation, 40% of students chronically disengage from school. Students who are bored or inattentive or who put little effort to schoolwork are unlikely to benefit from better standards, curr...Continue reading →