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Trinity International University

Trinity Evangelical Divinity School celebrates 50th anniversary

Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, part of the Trinity International University family of schools, is gearing up for its 50th anniversary celebration, which will take place on May 1st this year. While the roots of Trinity International University can be traced back more than 100 years, TEDS is...

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Understanding why math can be difficult for your child

If your child brings home low test scores in math, it’s important to identify potential roadblocks in their education. There are many different causes for difficulty in the subject of mathematics, and they may not even be related to your child’s natural talents. Here is a look at...

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Identifying common problems with math education in the US

Math is a subject that many students struggle with in school, and the reason may not have anything to do with the difficulty of the subject itself. With mixed standards for math education in the United States and high pressure from the job market demanding more mathematically skilled workers,...

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Meet Con Campbell, winner of the 2014 Biblical Studies Book of the Year

Recently, a Trinity International University professor was honored with a distinguished award from Christianity Today. Constantine Campbell, Associate Professor of New Testament, has received the 2014 Book of the Year Award for his recent publication Paul and Union with Christ: An Exegetical and...

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International travels of Trinity students

Students at Trinity International University are presented with many fantastic opportunities to participate in mission trips in international locations. Recently, 12 Trinity International University students traveled to India for an 18-day mission trip. To highlight some of the great...

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How does spiritual life factor into higher education?

At Trinity International University, spiritual life forms the foundation of every facet of the higher education experience. Students at Trinity International University are provided opportunities to deepen their faith in every area of student life. From campus life to worship at the chapel,...

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Exploring concerns about Common Core curriculum

The Common Core curriculum is a controversial issue in American education, coming under heavy criticism from educators and administrators. While Common Core is intended to standardize curriculum and create college- and career-ready students, some educators are claiming that it achieves the...

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Busting the myth of the ‘math person’

There is a long-standing misconception that math is a subject that some students understand and others simply do not. While some students may possess an inborn talent for mathematics, this is only a small part of the equation when it comes to success in math class. Read on for a closer look at...

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Trinity Evangelical Divinity School receives Lilly Endowment Grant

Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS) has received a $250,000 grant as part of Indianapolis-based Lilly Endowment Inc.’s Theological School Initiative to Address Economic Issues Facing Future Ministers. It is one of 67 theological schools across the country to receive this funding....

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Trinity International University soccer coach Gilliam wins Jewell Award

Trinity International University (TIU) men’s and women’s soccer coach Patrick Gilliam has been named the recipient of the 2013 Frank Jewell Award by the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA). In 17 seasons as the TIU women’s soccer coach, Gilliam has compiled a...

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What kind of math is covered on the ACT?

As you prepare for college in your sophomore and junior years of high school, you will sign up to take the ACT test. Many students opt to take both the ACT and SAT tests so they are able to apply to a wide range of schools, but more schools are now accepting the ACT for admissions requirements....

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Bioethical issues from a Biblical perspective at Trinity International University

Trinity International University is excited to offer an upcoming series of evenings with Christian leaders in the field of bioethics. Both students and members of the local community are invited to attend this series of engaging and thoughtful presentations and discussions surrounding bioethical...

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Trinity International University to host renowned organist Chelsea Chen

The Trinity International University Department of Music is thrilled to host a series of upcoming concerts. The Helen Laverne Smith Richard Organ Recital Series has invited several internationally acclaimed soloists to perform at the Arnold T. Olson Chapel. On February 1, 2014, the series is...

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What are the benefits of majoring in mathematics?

Deciding on a college major can be tough for young adults—especially those who are uncertain of what they would like to do for a living. If your child is in high school and has not given much thought to her college major, you might encourage her to choose mathematics as a major. There are...

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Tips for encouraging your gifted child

Gifted children can be an inspiration to those around them, but some gifted students actually struggle in the classroom because they feel bored at school. If your child’s grades are slipping but you know that he or she is bright and talented, you may need to get creative about keeping your...

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When should students learn algebra?

Traditionally, algebra has been considered the gateway to higher-level mathematics, and it has historically been introduced to students in the 9th grade. However, the past two decades have seen more students taking algebra in the 8th grade, which can set the course for failure in future math...

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New Year's for math students: Pick some resolutions you can really count on

When students return to school on January 2, parents will be back to helping with math homework and getting their kids ready for the second half of the school year. With challenges like Common Core Curriculum, standardized tests and placement decisions facing them, it’s important to be...

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Algebra too soon?

In our focus of Common Core standards, one question being overlooked by parents is “When should my child be taking Algebra?”  I grew up in the freshman year algebra era but today my two sons have taken algebra in 8th grade. In the past couple of years, much has been written by...

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Why young students should learn to code

Computer Science Education Week (Dec. 8-14) is a great time for students and their parents to recognize the importance of learning code. Across the country, students will participate in a national Hour of Code to help boost interest and awareness of computer science. Mathnasium of the Glen and...

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Trinity International University to host Fair Trade Gift Market

The Fair Trade Gift Market at Trinity International University will help you to make a positive impact this holiday season. This event takes place on Thursday, December 5, from 1 - 7 p.m. Visitors to the market will be able to shop at fair trade vendors and participate in...

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Computing...where the jobs are

Computers are everywhere. They’re in our pockets. They’re on our walls. They’re in our cars. They’re a critical piece of our infrastructure, from power grids to traffic lights to the inner workings of our financial markets. And all of these computers have one thing in...

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Why children should start second language education early

Even if you do not speak a second language, it is beneficial for your child to start learning a second language early on in childhood through a preschool program. As your child picks up new language skills, you may be encouraged to learn the language as well so that you can help your child...

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Fun fall snacks to make with your kids

Spending time in the kitchen with your kids is a great way to get them excited about eating healthy foods. In the fall season, there is a wide range of kid-friendly fruits to inspire you in the kitchen with simple snack recipes like the ones listed below. Candy apples Whether you prefer caramel...

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How to help your child reduce test-taking anxiety

As your child prepares for college by signing up for standardized tests like the SAT and ACT, he or she may feel some stress about the upcoming exam. Test-taking anxiety is relatively common, but it can be overcome with a little help from parents. Even if your child has studied and prepared, you...

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Six signs that your child is struggling with math

Now that school is back in full swing, new math ideas are coming at students every day. Math builds from one concept to the next, so falling behind becomes worse as the year wears on. So, if a child is having a hard time keeping up in math, it’s important to act now. Fortunately, there are...

Adventures in Learning, Naperville

Tasty fall snacks your kids will love

During the fall, the colors of the produce section change as robust fruits and vegetables come into season. To showcase the abundant harvest of fall in your kitchen with healthy foods that your children will still enjoy, try these recommended recipes. Roasted root veggies Root vegetables like...

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Fun fall activities for kids to enjoy

With the leaves changing colors and a crisp autumn breeze setting into the air, you may feel inspired to spend a fall-themed weekend reconnecting with your children to celebrate the changing seasons. If you are in search of some fun activities that both you and your kids will love, here are a few...

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Festive ideas for homemade Halloween costumes

The cost of a creative and clever Halloween costume can add up quickly when you select from store-bought items. With some basic sewing skills and a little creative flair, however, you can make an adorable or scary costume that your child will be thrilled to show off. Below are a few popular...

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How to have a safe Halloween with your children this year

While children love to celebrate Halloween, this holiday may be a time of stress for parents because it presents a number of health and safety hazards. To maintain your peace of mind and have a happy Halloween celebration this year, follow these guidelines for a kid-friendly Halloween. Be smart...

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Elementary-level math skills your child should master

Because a math curriculum only continues to build on existing knowledge, it is important to set a solid foundation of basic skills throughout elementary school. If you are not sure what exactly your child should be learning in elementary math classes, here is an overview of the most essential...

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Deciding where your child should spend time after school

Before your child is old enough to stay at home unattended after school, there are a few options you might utilize to keep your child safe once the school day is over. Daycare and at-home babysitters are the two most common solutions for afterschool care, and these are compared in closer detail...

Naper Sports Nutrition

How amino acids aid in body building

If you are working to bulk up and sculpt your muscles as a body builder, you will quickly learn that your diet will need to be higher in protein, which aids in the production of muscle tissue. However, it is important to recognize that all proteins are not made alike, as they are formed from...

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The importance of vitamins and supplements for athletes

Both professional and amateur athletes should be focused on eating a diet that is rich in essential vitamins and minerals to support an active lifestyle. Even with a proper diet, however, some athletes may need the boost of vitamin supplements to achieve the following beneficial effects. Calcium...

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Why do high schoolers need to excel in math?

If your high schooler’s least favorite subject is mathematics, you might consider seeking some personalized help for your child’s math education. A strong foundation in math is important for a number of reasons, which are discussed in further detail below. Higher standardized test...

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Starting preschool from the parent's perspective

Your child may not be the only anxious one when it comes time to attend preschool. For many parents, preschool is the first time that they will be spending a significant period of time away from their children. To make the experience easier for you and your child, here is a look at what parents...

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Helping your child ease into preschool

Starting preschool may inspire a range of emotions in your child, from anxiousness to fear to curiosity. As the first day of school approaches, your child will look to you for guidance on what to expect in the classroom. Schedule a tour at your child’s school Before school starts, you and...

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Why the terrible twos may not be so terrible

If you are the parent of a toddler, you may recognize that the “terrible twos” is more of a pop culture myth than a guideline for childhood development. While children can be a handful at the age of two, they may not limit their tantrums and messiness to a single year of toddlerhood....

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How ‘Common Core’ affects your child’s math education

Common Core is a set of state standards intended for use across all 50 states to create a more universal educational experience around the nation. These standards are used in the subjects of mathematics and English, and their implementation has had a major impact on how and what children learn in...

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Benefits of the Mathnasium Method for learning math

Math is one of the most troublesome school subjects for children of all ages, but many children excel at the subject when they receive a little extra attention and tutoring. At Mathnasium, your child will be given access to professional tutoring in order to catch up in class or get a jump-start...

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Unique math learning center to host opening celebration in Kenilworth on October 4

Mathnasium – The Math Learning Center will celebrate its Grand Opening on Friday, October 4th from 4:30 pm until 7 pm.  The celebration will start with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 4:30 pm. After, there will be math games and short videos for the kids, balloon magic by Showtime Tony, a...

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A look at the healthiest snacks for children

The way your child eats as a toddler can have a lifelong effect on his or her dietary choices, so you should be conscious of what your child is snacking on from a young age. Instead of starting your child out with junk food, try these wholesome snacking options that will fuel your child for hours...

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Why music is a valuable learning tool for young children

Young children do not learn by sitting down in a classroom and listening to teachers deliver lessons. Their active and rapidly developing minds require more creative, engaging activities for effective learning, and these activities are often facilitated with music. Below is a look at some of the...

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Why social experiences are important for young children

People are naturally social, and even babies show behaviors that indicate their desire to be near other people. Therefore, you should encourage your child to start interacting with peers from a young age so that he or she has normal social development through adolescence. Here is a closer look at...

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What exactly is sensory play?

The five senses—taste, touch, smell, hearing and sight—all come naturally, but they do need to be developed at a young age so that children are able to interact with the world around them in deeper and more meaningful ways. During infancy and their toddler years, children refine their...

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What is the importance of a preschool education?

Preschool is not a part of public school curriculum, but it is still commonly attended by young children when they are at the ages of 3-4. There are many valuable lessons learned in preschool, although these take place in a non-traditional classroom environment that encourages the use of games...

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What to look for when choosing a babysitter or childcare provider

Finding someone whom you can trust to care for your children may take some time and searching, because not all childcare providers have the same qualifications. While it may be simple to search for a provider by geographical convenience alone, you should also take these important considerations...

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Benefits of a full-service child care provider

If you are a busy parent, you may not have time to conduct interviews with babysitters to find the right one to care for your child. Choosing a child care facility instead will not only save you this valuable time, but it will allow you to feel good about the care your child is getting each day....

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Kidz Drop In, Naperville

Kidz Drop In is a childcare center offering care that fits the schedules of today’s busy parents and ensures a safe, educational environment for kids from the ages of 6 weeks to 12 years. With extended hours from Monday through Saturday, parents can find childcare on short notice offered at...

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Adventures in Learning, Naperville

Before children are of school age, they learn a great deal of language and skills that are essential for success in the academic world. During this time, it is important for children to have a safe environment designed to nurture the development of emotional intelligence, verbal and non-verbal...

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