Blog Posts in March, 2012

  • My child won't go to school

    If you are struggling with a student who refuses to go to school, you are not alone. Most students refuse to go to school at some point in their academic career. Some catalysts for this kind of ...
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  • Laptop or tablet: what's the best buy for your student?

    Although tablets are all the rage and your budding genius may be demanding one for their next birthday, you may want to weigh the advantages and disadvantages before taking the plunge. If you want to ...
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  • Teachers without Borders

    Informed, educated and well trained teachers are something we take for granted, but many developing countries struggle with. Teachers without borders aims to improve the standard of teaching worldwide ...
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  • Internet Safety

    Internet access is a blessing and a curse for most parents. While their children can research schoolwork, play games, socialize with friends and keep up to date with news, the internet also harbours ...
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  • The importance of positive reinforcement

    Large class sizes make classroom management every teacher’s most important task. For busy parents under pressure, it can also be difficult to manage time effectively. The stress can often lead to ...
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  • Study Group Benefits

    Study groups are like garage bands; they should be fantastically helpful and enable their members achieve success beyond their wildest dreams, but most just end up arguing, chatting or playing Xbox ...
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  • Lady Gaga launches her Born this Way Foundation

    This year’s pink shirt day was a huge success as children, teachers and parents across North America wore pink shirts to support anti-bully campaigns. A spate of unfortunate incidences, including ...
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