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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.
eReflect highlights the importance of diverse reading for children’s balanced personal growth.
Keeping students busy with smartphones and gadgets is not the only activity available for young people these days, even if they do play with learning apps.
304,749,681 is the total number of "reading minutes" logged during the Summer Reading Challenge by Scholastic in the summer of 2014.
What are background and reference checks, and why do companies do them? eReflect publishes a guide on Ultimate Spelling™ to help candidates understand the significance of background checks.
eReflect shows its support for the Kobo Aura H2O creators, applauding their decision to design a one-of-a-kind waterproof ereader that bibliophiles will find ideal for their reading adventures
eReflect, developer of vocabulary building program Ultimate Vocabulary, confirms that reading skills can improve more quickly if the reader has an extensive vocabulary. New
Children are the digital natives of today and are often more tech-savvy than their parents.
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