The daily struggle of getting your child out of bed and all the way to his classroom before your morning dose of caffeine can be quite daunting. Simple time-management can help you get your children ready for school within 7 minutes – including getting them to brush their teeth, put on their school uniform and have a decent breakfast!
There’s a fine line between an occupation to instruct versus one that is dedicated to teaching. As a teacher, your duties go beyond merely covering lesson objectives, assigning homework and correcting exam papers. An educator would help students find the joy in learning and discover their passions.
It is a story of a passionate educator who was assigned as the school principal for one of the most dangerous schools in the USA. Lina Claitt-Wayman sets an example for how a visionary principal can uplift a low-performing school and give hope to children in poor areas who want to develop and find a better place for themselves.
As parents, we always feel that we cannot give our kids enough love but it’s never too much love that spoils our children who become spoiled when they get more attached to their mobile phones than to their parents and siblings.
If your child has not done well in school exams, there is a lot that can be done to control the emotional and psychological damage, but there are also other things you should never do or say in such situation.
Children at an early age acquire most of their skills at home and school. This varies from time management all the way to better communication, you know, soft skills required for success later when they grow up.