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3 Reasons to Consider Using Audiobooks as Educational Aides

If you’re teaching English literature, it might seem like blasphemy to suggest using audiobooks as an educational aide. After all, it’s reading that’s important here, not listening.

Collaboration Between Regional Learning Institutions

If you’ve had any of your kids at any point in time go through the formal schooling system then at the most foundational phase you might have

Revisiting the Compound Lessons Teaching Model

As part of the new and progressive method of facilitation (we don’t like to call it teaching or instruction anymore), compound lessons are emerging as a very

Advice for parents returning to education

If you have kids, you’re probably either dreading or cheering for the day they’ll finally head out to college. Maybe a bit of both. But while there

5 Tips to Help Improve Reading Comprehension in Primary Students

A child may be able to read words perfectly and yet struggle to understand the meaning behind sentences and stories – in other words, they may struggle

Why Specialisation Isn’t Offered Earlier

While there are many arguments for and against the idea of children going through the schooling system to perhaps specialise earlier on in their educational careers, the

Teaching the Fundamentals of Law

Although the transition in the curriculum has the one currently being implemented throughout all progressive basic learning institutions expressly highlighting all the learning areas covered, the truth

Kids Going to College: A Survival Guide for Parents

Having children changes your whole life. Once they’re born, everything starts revolving around their needs and their desires, leaving parents with little to no time for themselves.

Mastering Research Skills for Comprehension

We live in an age which makes us prone to the dreaded information overload, a condition which compromises the value we get out of all the information

Outcomes-Based Education in Action

About two or three years after the turn of the millennium, Outcomes Based Education (OBE) came in for some heavy criticism with many of its critics writing