Tracey Clayton
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Subject area expertise
I love writing about kids education. Helping kids with learning and attention issues are my specialty.
Grade level(s) taught
n/a
Present status
Noncertified Educator
Language(s) you can instruct in
English
Number of years teaching experience
1 to 4
Skills & Interests
I am a full time mom of three girls. I’m inspired to share my creative energy and knowledge about things that I'm very passionate about, like kids development and education.
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Tracey Clayton's Blog

5 Benefits of Investing in Your Education

People keep learning new things for as long as they live. However, there is a misconception that formal education is something reserved for teens and individuals in their twenties. This is why a lot of people restrain from going on courses later on in life. Still, this is one of the greatest mistakes one could possibly make. With this in mind, here are five benefits of investing in your education for as long as you live.…

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Posted on January 23, 2017 at 4:53

Simple Tool for Successful Learning: Taking Notes

Taking notes is about more than just remembering and being able to reproduce data. It’s actually a pretty important learning tool, which helps develop student’s minds in ways that go beyond the subject they’re taking at the moment. Active listening is necessary to take in the information and organize them in clear and simplified way – and that’s basically what note taking is. It’s an exercise for the mind and it’s practically half of the learning process.…

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Posted on December 24, 2016 at 18:00

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