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Get more out of Google in your education researches

Get more out of Google in your education researches
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Ideas on moral education: How to boost confidence in children?

VIRTUE LESSONS: What parents should not do

Luckily, there is no set formula on how to raise children, because each child is different, unique, so parent’s relationships with their children are one of a kind.

Knowing this, when you are trying to bring up your child, you should always have in mind – that there are things which are counter productive when talking with a child (trying to correct him/her in her/his action) and it is question of what parents should not do under any condition.
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How to boost confidence in children?

How to boost confidence in children?

VIRTUE LESSONS: What parents should not do Luckily, there is no set formula on how to raise children, because each child is different, unique, so parent’s relationships with their children are one of a kind. Knowing this, when you are trying to bring up your child, you should always have in mind – that there are things […]

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Start your child’s education on time

Start your child's education on time

Studies have shown that the most important period of a child’s life are their first five years when children are capable of learning from a very early age. This is why it is ideal to expose them to a nurturing and educational environment during those years. By providing an environment that is fun-filled, safe and stimulating, you can establish the grounds that your child gets off to a great start.

Adults typically think of play-time as a form of entertainment, as it can actually teach your child a great deal about themselves and the world around them. Even playing peek-a-boo is actually beneficial for your child, as rhe earlier a child develops these skills, the more significant the long term impact will be.
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6 ways technology is changing the classroom

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According to usnews.com, 78% of K-12 teachers believe that technology has a positive influence on the classroom, producing more productive and active students. Technology is radically changing the way our children are learning. Education coupled with new technology is providing for more active and independent learning, wider access to information, a whole new perspective on learning, a more personalized learning experience, more self-sufficient students, and an increase in the self-esteem of students. In the article below you will be able to read about the six ways technology is changing the classroom in our education today.
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