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August17, 2021
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Tutor Talk: Mallory Rosenblatt

Hello everyone, and welcome back to another Tutor Talk! Long time no chat! Today we’re featuring a convo between me, your resident social media manager and tutor, and Mallory, one of our amazingly wel

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August10, 2021
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Executive Function: Emotion

Hello everyone, and thanks for tuning in to another short segment about learning here on the Prestige Prep blog! Today, as you might have guessed from our Instagram post (or our title!) we are talking

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July16, 2021
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Executive Function 2: Memory

Hello everyone and happy summer! I hope all of you are enjoying/surviving the heat with some good books and some good snacks. We are back again, to discuss a new facet of Executive Function: Memory. &

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June13, 2021
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Tutor Talk: Sharlee Taylor

Hello Prestige Prep family! This week, Sharlee and I zoomed on a hot afternoon, and she and I talked about how we grew up as readers, how we encourage kids to learn, and of course, our favorite study

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May9, 2021
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Tutor Talk: Josh Wright

  Welcome to our very first installment of Tutor Talk, where one tutor chats with another. I’m your blogger/host/social media director, Olive Wexler. I joined Prestige Prep as a tutor in October

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April23, 2021
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Executive Function: Part 1

Hey everyone! Thanks for tuning in! Have you ever read a progress report or had comments for a parent-teacher conference that went something along the lines of: “They could work a little more on time

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April9, 2021
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The Blog is Back!

Hello Prestige Prep family! Long time no blog. We’d like to introduce Olive Wexler, our interim Social Media Director: Olive joined Prestige Prep as a tutor in October 2020, and has been working in ed

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May10, 2019
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Mistakes: Your Greatest Ally

Mistakes aren’t the Enemy: Not Trying Is! Many students are understandably afraid to make mistakes: a lifetime of equating wrong answers with stupidity will leave an impression. But they must drop tha

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