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How school principals can cultivate leadership in others

A good leadership is one of the most indicative qualities of a good school. Take a look at the good schools around you, and what is evident is a startling correlation between school...

Digital tools for teachers may be the key to successful tutoring

According to Entrepreneur Middle East, Millennials spend almost 18 hours a day consuming online content such as social media, texting their friends or browsing the web. This ‘tech-savviness’ might be a concern for...

Why schools should introduce IT apprenticeship programs to students

Seeing a 4-year old using a smartphone to watch Youtube videos is nothing to be shocked by anymore. And why should it be? We are living in the digital age, where you can...

5-Step Plan to stop procrastinating

Do the excuses “I’ll do it tomorrow,” “it’s not that important,” and “I don’t have enough information to start” sound familiar to you? If yes, you’re potentially a procrastinator; someone who isn’t intimidated...

Recreating a more efficient financial model for schools

Cost-cutting carries a negative connotation. Just as the concept is even mentioned, images of untimely redundancies and sudden lay-offs are conjured up. But cost-cutting should not necessarily translate automatically to a cash-hungry management:...

How teachers can help build a positive school culture

In addition to sophisticated curricula, it has become increasingly popular among parents to look for schools that sustain a friendly, positive climate which most teachers aim to foster. Both educators and students spend...

How technology is helping school accountants

Education has moved forward in leaps and bounds, however, the challenges faced by schools in maintaining day-to-day activities are also immense. Handling of school accounts and the financial management areas are no exception....

10 ways schools can promote literacy and independent reading

The mission to make your child a life long reader is a worthy one. But the only way to create ravenous readers is by cultivating in them a deep love of reading. And...

7 educational tools for teachers

Anyone who works in education is aware by now of the rise of technology in today’s society, and what many people are terming the ‘digital classroom.’ There is technology available that can help...

Should schools let students use technology in classrooms?

In this day and age, technology has changed many aspects of our lives, from how we keep in touch with family and friends to how we buy our groceries. More importantly, it’s changed...

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