Blog Posts in November, 2012

  • Best Educational Gifts 2012

    The holiday season is nearly upon us and if you have younger students on your shopping list, you may be wondering what to get them. There are anincredible range of gifts that are both fun and ...
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  • Holiday Season Cooking Class

    Teaching your students to cook is a valuable life skill to pass on and a great family fun activity. Gingerbread people are a holiday tradition that helps your student to learn to bake, measure and ...
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  • Things about gifted children that you didn't know

    It’s difficult to define exactly what ‘gifted’ is. In the U.S., gifted children are seen as those who have the potential to perform exceptionally in five areas: general intellectual ability, specific ...
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  • Social Media takes Social Learning to a Whole New Level

    Social learning has been getting a lot of attention lately, but it’s actually been around since the 1970’s when Albert Bandura suggested that learning is a social activity. When harnessing this theory ...
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  • Help your Student to Love the Library

    Libraries are such valuable resources for students and parents alike. Their continued existence relies on the public availing themselves of these services. Not only will learning to love the library ...
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  • School Lunch Changes in the US and what they mean for you

    Studies suggest that by 2030, a whopping 42% of US adults will be obese. Obesity usually starts in schools where young students learn poor eating habits. Bad eating habits stem from a number of ...
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