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Most new teachers are from the generation that things are done on a calculator or computer and shortcuts. The day of doing things manually are long gone, so transition of teaching fundamentals, then teaching the shortcuts are over. Which is fine, but you still need to learn how to live without the laptop and blackberry and find a way to function. The one thing that most young adults have always found difficult is vocabulary. Teacher used to hand out those insane lists of vocabulary that had to be defined, and then tested on a week later. Those tests really worked the brain matter out of students’ ears. However, the young adults of today are still struggling with vocabulary. When teachers decide to get into management and training, they start to realize that there are a lot of adults that struggle in this area. Being that teachers know this, the search for a way to fix this problem started a new search for tools to help students of today to advance in a better direction. There is a free website that not only helps thousands of children and adults learn how to
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