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Early Childhood Educators and their Pre-Schoolers - Part 2

Early Childhood Educators and their Pre-Schoolers – Part 2
Posted on: September 21, 2018

The little ones have a very volatile and changeable nature, and thus their classroom should also be likewise. Hence a teacher must learn to work with new challenges. Whether water colours splash all over during a wet on wet painting activity or an outdoor water play turns into a swampy pit…

Helping Students prepare a Revision Plan - Part 2

Helping Students prepare a Revision Plan – Part 2
Posted on: September 14, 2018

Teachers must teach children about honest reflection and thence assessment, leading to necessary, proactive changes. Planning a consistent approach is needed. Teach them to follow a consistent colour coding system to highlight data so they can easily lift the information they may need to learn by rote later…

Early Childhood Educators and their Pre-Schoolers - Part 1

Early Childhood Educators and their Pre-Schoolers – Part 1
Posted on: September 8, 2018

Early childhood is generally defined as the first five years of a child’s life. As early childhood educator will possess skills and carry a personality that will influence a child’s understanding, perception and reaction to the classroom environment and the world around them…

Helping Students prepare a Revision Plan - Part 1

Helping Students prepare a Revision Plan – Part 1
Posted on: August 31, 2018

The importance of any exam is usually highlighted by the number of revisions we give, both in school and at home. Teachers and parents, and especially students spend a few weeks before exams, either revising, worrying about revision and – too soon – worrying about not having done enough of revision.

This is why it's actually OK to Lose! - Part 2

This is why it’s actually OK to Lose! – Part 2
Posted on: August 25, 2018

“Can I change something in the future?” or “Can I learn something from this setback or failure?”
Children should learn that there is not a lot we can do about it at the moment; we have to accept it as part of life’s many lessons and move on. Sometimes we get left out, sometimes we aren’t liked, and we need to learn to cope up with the truth without making the situation worse…

This is why it's actually OK to Lose! - Part 1

This is why it’s actually OK to Lose! – Part 1
Posted on: August 17, 2018

All great men have touched the peak of success only by trial and error. They have become resilient in the process. Most parents work hard to help their children succeed. But there’s a growing realization among teachers, and professionals who work with students, that kids increasingly need help learning how to fail…

How can our children become wiser adults? - Part 2

How can our children become wiser adults? – Part 2
Posted on: August 11, 2018

Grandparents actually know where and when certain family pics were taken, and who the mysterious people in those photos are. Children get to know their family tree – who’s who, their siblings, parents, aunts, and uncles…

Can Parent Volunteers aid in my Students' Success?

Can Parent Volunteers aid in my Students’ Success?
Posted on: August 2, 2018

My greatest forte in my school is the huge number of parents who are always eager to volunteer themselves in all our school activities – both scholastic and non-scholastic. Right from sending fruit and lunch in turns for my KG kids to lending their hands in our organic farming program, I only seek the support of my ever-willing parents…

How can our children become wiser adults? - Part 1

How can our children become wiser adults? – Part 1
Posted on: July 26, 2018

A few decades ago, a family was a treasure-trove of wisdom, what with elderly adults illuminating the home with their potentials, galore. Uncles, aunts, older cousins and definitely grandparents had tons of qualities to share with the young children, who grew up simply watching and imitating them; all unconsciously though…

A Parent Model Shaping a Go-Getter Child - Part 2

A Parent Model Shaping a Go-Getter Child – Part 2
Posted on: July 20, 2018

That’s okay; it is not really necessary for someone to be perfect to become a go-getter. It is enough to know one’s strengths and work hard to make those aspects of one’s skill sets and personality stronger. When we give energy to our strengths, it keeps us in touch with our innate worth…

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