Molly Burton

About Molly Burton

Molly Burton has worked with Applied Scholastics for over 15 years. She is a certified Applied Scholastics Instructor and Tutor and is a Study Technology Curriculum Specialist. When she’s not working to help others, you can find Molly with her husband enjoying time outdoors with their dog Bull.

Bright Students Need Help Too

Carson was a bright and enthusiastic 7th-grade student. He loved math, felt he was good at it, but his grades in the subject were poor. His mother brought him to the Applied Scholastics Learning Center. She felt he needed more help than what she could provide to him at home.Upon close inspection of his abilities through a math assessment, we found that some of Carson’s basics were missing and Read More ...

By |2020-10-11T04:02:36+00:00October 5th, 2020|Education|

The Importance of Gradients in Study

Have you ever tried to take on a new subject but wound up confused and feeling overwhelmed? Your failure didn’t stem from a lack of trying. You ran in to a fundamental study barrier. Have you ever tried to take on a new subject but wound up confused and feeling overwhelmed? Your failure didn’t stem from a lack of trying. You ran in to a fundamental study barrier. It’s Read More ...

By |2020-09-07T17:25:06+00:00September 7th, 2020|Study Tips|

Schoolwork… HELP!

We are all finding and coming to grips with our new “normal.” For many parents, this includes picking up an additional hat when it comes to your children—this is the hat of at-home teacher. Whether it’s making sure your children show up for their online Zoom classes on time, helping with schoolwork, or helping with math (and maybe still trying to make sense of those Common Core math problems), Read More ...

By |2020-09-07T17:25:26+00:00August 19th, 2020|Parent Tips|

Comprehension—A Reading Problem

Does your child struggle with comprehension and learning? Maybe he or she is a good reader, but they just don't seem to understand what they are studying. There are simple steps you can take to help any student boost their comprehension. Have you ever had a student read something perfectly then ask them questions about it afterwards and come to find out that they didn’t know anything about what Read More ...

By |2020-09-07T17:25:35+00:00July 7th, 2019|Education|
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