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Your Child Loves To Play Video Games, Turn It Into A Learning Opportunity

With game-based learning, students learn on their own in an environment where they are willing to persevere.

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Parents And Their Response To Online Learning In Time Of COVID-19

Online learning is continuously complimented for its ability to mirror individual needs and reflect a conducive environment at a personal level.

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Keeping Kids Engaged And Learning At Home

Here are a few ideas that can be used to homeschool our children.

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Importance Of Career Planning To Shape Your Kid’s Future

Parents have a key role in helping children in their career planning journey.

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Make Time To Chill Out With Your Children Before They Transition To Adulthood

The connection between parent and kids is as essential to the parents as it is to the kids because that's what makes parenting worth all the sacrifices.

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UNICEF Ranks NZ Education Among World's Most Unequal For Boys And Girls

A Unicef study has found that New Zealand's education system is one of the most unequal in the world - especially between boys and girls

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A Sculpture That’s Been Over Sculpted, Leaves Behind Nothing.

Let the Kid be, Let it Run, Let it Play, Let it Laugh, Let it Fall. After all, how else will it learn?

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Nursery Students Confined In Room For 5 Hours, Claim Parents; Case Registered.

Students harassed over fees payment: Case registered against Rabea Girls' Public School in Delhi

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Is Too Much Screen Time Harming Your Child?

Ninety eight per cent of the brain develops in the first five years. Parents and educators can create brain compatible environments to support this growth. Read about how to enhance brain growth in your child.

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Teach Students To Overcome Toxic Stress

Dheeraj Mehrotra Academic Evangelist, Next Education writes on how mindfulness can help young students to cope with stress as well as achieve excellence in learning

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