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eReflect discusses Tess Daffern’s proposition that children need to learn important spelling strategies in order to master this language skill as quickly and efficiently as possible.
eReflect shares a video on gender stereotyping to raise awareness of how this social phenomenon still influences people’s mindsets, even in New York City, one of the most progressive cities
Ultimate Spelling designer eReflect says that Winona State University’s Technology For Movement Act is a groundbreaking, much-needed initiative that more schools could benefit from implementing.
Ultimate Vocabulary™ introduces a new blog post series titled “Did You Know?” and shares fun facts about the word "dollar" in the debut article. New
Primary school teachers and parents of young children may know what a “restronaut” is, but the average reader will be asking themselves what the definition could possibly be - is it a restaurant,
eReflect encourages their readers to give blogging a try and provides newbie bloggers with a list of essential tips.
Traveling, whether for vacation or for daily commuting, takes up a lot of time in many people’s lives; if a person travels alone, they may find they have time on their hands, and one foolproof
eReflect discusses a new language study on vocabulary stereotyping and why word choice could reveal personal attributes like a person's gender. New York
eReflect, a self-educational software designer, congratulates Robertson Peyton, the inventor of the sandless bag, an anti-flooding invention that won young Peyton the Discovery Young Scientist
How have Big Data, Analytics, the Cloud, and the Social/Mobile concepts changed how people tackle computer-based tasks? eReflect answers a pressing question every technology user poses.
- In dressmaking, straps running from the belt in front over the shoulders to the belt in the back, with more or less elaboration of trimming and outline. They usually broaden at the shoulder and narrow toward the waist.