Student Experience

kids trekking during summer camp

Prepare Your Children for their First Summer Camp Experience

You may have had your fair share of summer camps during your teenage years, and you know how important they are in teaching children lifelong skills and building lasting friendships. However, not all children may warm up to the idea pretty quickly. Some of them may be hesitant, especially if they have trouble fitting in …

Prepare Your Children for their First Summer Camp Experience Read More »

Man writing on a whiteboard

Material Options for School Whiteboards

Learning has now moved towards technology, and a range of electronic devices now make up a large portion of learning. There is however one element of learning that the digital age has not replaced. This is a classroom’s whiteboard. Most people furnishing college, kindergarten, and schools assume that whiteboards are all the same. There are …

Material Options for School Whiteboards Read More »

reading a book

Preventing Yourself from Burning Out During Long Study Hours

Nothing is more nerve-wracking to students than a big test. Even now that you’re studying and practicing for a CompTIA certification exam, you might think of taking an exam as a huge hurdle to clear. It also doesn’t help that you get to feel more and more anxious the more you prepare for it and …

Preventing Yourself from Burning Out During Long Study Hours Read More »

a child being bullied

For a Safer School: 3 Strategies Teachers Can Do to Stop Bullying

Bullying has a far-reaching impact on students. It affects their mental and emotional well-being, causing anxiety, depression, apathy, and changes in sleeping and eating. In this day, students would find it much more difficult to excel in school, to go to school even. The best way to deal with bullying is to stop it even before it creeps up …

For a Safer School: 3 Strategies Teachers Can Do to Stop Bullying Read More »

Student not in a good mood

No Show of Hands: Why Your Child Refuses to Participate in Class

Regardless of the setup, recitations in school are the norm and even a part of the grading system. A number of kids have no problem participating in class. In fact, they enjoy the attention and the praise they get from their teachers. A greater majority, however, refuse to raise their hands and answer their teacher’s …

No Show of Hands: Why Your Child Refuses to Participate in Class Read More »

Turning Young Students into Published Authors

Children must be encouraged to draw out big dreams even if they are still pure and innocent. Parents and educators are therefore duty-bound to help them fulfill those dreams. Their dreams should develop and prosper. The good thing is that it is not that difficult to fulfill those dreams because resources are widely available, especially …

Turning Young Students into Published Authors Read More »

Scroll to Top