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How to help a 10-year-old deal with pet loss

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Parents have to understand the nature of the situation. Like any other person experiencing bereavement, children deal with pet loss in a very intense manner. They tend to be repetitive in the queries about the subject, that’s why as adults we got to be very understanding.

5 indispensable books students should read

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Paradoxically, there are many novels and books of the decade that made it in and out of the educational system throughout the region. You have books like “to kill a mockingbird” which turned into a film starring Gregory Peck as Atticus Finch. There are a plethora of novels that made their way to the big screen. Exploring literature is an essential thing for every student.

Does subject or topic-centered education even matter?

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“How can I apply this in real life? Does this help me after graduation?” Will studying Newton’s three laws of motion help someone if they’re path is already set on a different discipline like business administration or human resources? Does subject or topic-centered education even matter question is one of the many profound questions that left millennials without clear vision seeking answers throughout the years.

Here are some social media tactics for your school

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So you want to increase your social media school campaigns right. You have events popping up every couple months and you want to find a way to effectively highlight your school name across social channels. Fair enough.

6 tips to making children happy

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None of us probably need a definition of happiness; a range of positive emotions that we know when we feel including contentment, calmness, joy, and satisfaction. Outstanding schools are those that contribute to happiness in children. We do have some secrets to share with you that can cultivate joy at school and make students happier. Here’s our 6 tips to making children happy.

Kids guide to healthy eating

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As a way to keep students healthy during recess, schools should teach them about the importance of reading nutrition labels label as they provide a valuable insight on the serving sizes. Information about nutrients such as unsaturated fat, sodium, sugar, and fiber will signify a great deal of importance for children with different health concerns.

What schools need to tell students before graduation

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Many students leave for college with the misbelief that it would be pretty much the same as their high school with more advanced courses. The frustration on their first day in college and feelings of being lost become unavoidable and the kickoff is never as smooth as they wish.

Negative word-of-mouth about schools and how to control it

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Word of mouth is probably the oldest form of communication known to humankind. Ancient man used to draw on cave walls to let other people know what kind of monsters he fought. Nowadays, technological advancement has increased and simplified the way we do things. Incorporating positive recommendations through word of mouth (WOM) from influencers will rank your brand higher in the marketing channels and produce good results. It’s an effective and inexpensive way to promote your school’s business.

How to make your classroom energetic

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Experiencing a positive atmosphere in the classroom means that healthy learning community is in the making. For educators, they need to make the most of the surrounding (whether it’s overcrowded space, diversity, insufficient learning materials like projectors or computers) in order to create an awesome experience for the students.

Successful lesson planning for teachers

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Every successful educator will need a road map to determine the level of student engagement during class time. The more efficient and transparent the plan is, the more you would feel the need to maximize the learning experience of students. Any successful plan has three components may be sketchy at first but will continue to improve as time progresses.

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