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Teaching Kids to Think for Themselves

It’s difficult in this modern age to know the right way of parenting. Truth be told, there is no right or wrong way to go about it,

How to Make Your Home an Enjoyable Oasis During Summer Break

Summer break means you’ll have your little ones running around your home all day long. Also, if your children are in college, chances are they’ll spend the

How to Get Better Grades in High School

While your parents might recommend to “just get off your bum and get to work,” it doesn’t really explain how you’re supposed to go about it. Studying

Considering a career in gaming? Here’s what you need to do

A career in gaming is something that many game fanatics love to dream about – and with the sector growing at a rapid rate, it’s clear that

Stylish home ideas in the 21st century

When it comes to creating a home that is great for your family to live in, the 21st century is a superb place to be. There are

How to keep your classroom organised and productive

When you work with students on a day-to-day basis (especially primary students) it can get rather messy pretty quick. There are many solutions to this problem that

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