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Month: September 2021

School Traditions during Online Learning ?>

School Traditions during Online Learning

Due to the advent of online learning, schools have shifted to become digital spaces rather than a combination of physical spaces – classrooms, cafeterias, auditoriums and offices. More often than not, this digital space consists of only one room – the room where the student attends these online classes. This restriction to one space hinders the mobile interaction and social development of the students – the portion of school life that occurs in the corridors, auditoriums, cafeterias and other public…

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Praise & Punishment – Striking the right balance ?>

Praise & Punishment – Striking the right balance

As parents and as teachers, we intend to help our children towards the right direction in life with every activity that we conduct with them, be it as small as sharing a meal or as big as sending them to the right school. And with each of these activities, we expect our children’s participation and performance to exceed our expectations, for them to give their 100% since we, as parents, gave our 100%. Sometimes, exceeded expectations lead to extensive praise…

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Identifying your child’s progress ?>

Identifying your child’s progress

As parents, your children’s progress in all walks of life is definitely of utmost importance to you, be it in academics, in social interactions, physical development or mental health progress. More often than not, we tend to judge this progress by means of standardized questionnaires and testing, which means we ask our children generic questions, get them to fulfil regulated activities and perform actions based on what everyone else might be doing at that age. Truth be told, these generalized…

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3 Smart Tips To Improve Your Child’s Academic Performance ?>

3 Smart Tips To Improve Your Child’s Academic Performance

Your role as a parent is crucial for your child’s academic success. The reality is that too many parents wait for their children to tell them when they need help or have concerns about their school performance.   Parents are typically the first to know if there is an issue, but they are often not involved enough with their children’s education to the point where it can make a difference. This lack of involvement hinders your child’s ability to reach…

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10 Things Parents and Educators must do to foster children’s Imaginative and Creative Thinking ?>

10 Things Parents and Educators must do to foster children’s Imaginative and Creative Thinking

Parents and educators are always concerned about their children’s all-round development, be it physical, social or emotional. One of the most important facets that draw a lot of attention and influence is the development of the child’s imaginative and creative thinking. Although creative thinking cannot be taught as an ability, parents and educators can help in the creation of mentally and physically interactive spaces. This allows children to explore their imaginative ideas and creative thinking capabilities. Children have a general…

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