6 Learning Ideas to Prevent Summer Brain Drain

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  1. Maurice says:

    I always associate summer with a new begging. The atmosphere around stimulates a faster and more complete process of creative work. And blogging seems to be the best way of sharing travel stories and photos. Also, there is no need to be afraid of global aims. Why not to get published? For instance, in this article  the author suggests to join a writing club or attend a young writers’ workshop. It has become a common knowledge that it is never a bad idea to learn the best from the best.  

  2. Michael says:

    Thank you for sharing. I am freelance writer and thinking about starting my own blog, thanks to your article I’ve found so much useful information here. Maybe you can also suggest good text editor? I have found the list of some apps with brief description here: http://besttexteditor.com 

  3. Demeria says:

    I think, Summer Connections has a full agenda of fun, educational sessions taking place this summer. Best of all—these sessions are planned for students of all ages, from the kindergartener to the high school senior. Every summer we offer fun and interesting activities about books, crafts, science, cooking, apkdom, and more! For summer 2016, the theme is Superheroes, and sessions include Wonders of the World, College Planning, pokevolver, Science Behind Superheroes, Atomic Art, Superhero Math, plus a full calendar brimming with other options.

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