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Dr. Patrick Capriola

Dr. Patrick Capriola is the founder of strategiesforparents.com. He is an expert in parenting, social-emotional development, academic growth, dropout prevention, educator professional development, and navigating the school system. He earned his Doctorate in Educational Leadership from the University of Florida in 2014.

His professional experience includes serving as a classroom teacher, a student behavior specialist, a school administrator, and a coordinator of educator training at UF - providing professional development to school administrators and teachers, helping them learn to meet the academic and social-emotional needs of students.

He is focused on growing strategiesforparents.com into a leading source for high-quality research-based content to help parents work through the challenges of raising a family and progressing through the school system.

What Is the Molar Mass of Acetic Acid?

Over the past 20 years, acetic acid has become a highly in-demand global commodity used in the chemical and food industries, among others. With a growth projection in the billions, measurements are important for this substance, so what is the molar mass of acetic acid? The molar mass of acetic acid is 60.06 g/mol. Molar …

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Is Water Organic or Inorganic?

Health and safety concerns about what we eat and drink and the environmental impact of food are only a few factors driving the organic industry. While sales rise steeply, ambiguity remains about what organic means. For example, is water organic or inorganic? Water is an inorganic compound since it doesn’t contain carbon, nor was it …

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Is Oxygen O2 or O: The Molecular Structure of This Element

Oxygen is everywhere, and we cannot imagine life or survive without it. Yet, as omnipresent as it is on Earth, what fundamentally constitutes oxygen can leave the best of us gasping for air. Namely, is oxygen O2 or just O? Oxygen exists as two atoms in its stable molecular form and is written as O2 or …

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Have Run or Had Run: When to Use the Proper Past Tense

Mastering the English language has many facets, and getting your tenses right is one of the most fundamental. As with all languages, there are first rules to learn and then nuances and exceptions that we must consider. English tenses can be very challenging, especially when there are so many anomalies, like the difference between have …

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Make Do or Make Due: Grammatically Correct Use of this Phrase

Both idioms and homophones are common occurrences in the English language. As “make do” is an idiom, and “do” and “due” are homophones, mixing up the two terms is not unheard of. Additionally, with the ever-changing nature of any language, English being no exception, more antiquated phrases occasionally spark debate on whether they are still …

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