Parenting

Raising a child is one of the hardest things parents will ever do. No one is born knowing how to do it, and we all want to do the best job we can and raise our children well. Here we’ll talk about everything: choosing a daycare or preschool, how to handle tantrums, the best way to discipline them, rules to set at home, and other things to help you raise your child to be a responsible adult.

The Importance of Letting Students Have a Voice

The education system has the opportunity and privilege of shaping people. This is true not only academically, but in regards to values as well. Therefore, school is the ideal place to create a better society for the future. To achieve…

Creativity in Children, According to Ken Robinson

Fostering and letting innovative ideas flow during childhood helps children reach their goals. According to Ken Robinson, this is the foundation of creativity in children. Creativity and inventiveness in education Robinson emphasizes that knowledge of creativity and inventiveness is often…

Stories About Emotional Intelligence for Children

Stories about emotional intelligence are an incredibly important resource. In fact, they’re one of the most important tools for helping children understand how to relate to others, based on self-awareness. Studies have demonstrated that individuals with a strong emotional intelligence develop…

Is There a Future for Textbooks in Education?

Modern technology has advanced worldwide and, inevitably, these advances have made their way into the classroom. We’ve come to the point where many teachers, education professionals and parents are all asking themselves the same question: Is there a future for…

Theater in the Classroom: Benefits for Kids

Theater in the classroom is one of the most valuable resources for helping realize your children’s overall education. It’s also a way to help them learn while having fun. Incorporating drama activities into the classroom can help children develop a…

The Theory of School Organization and Its Characteristics

First, we’ll explain what we mean by organization in general. And then, we’ll specifically talk about what the theory of school organization entails, along with its main characteristics.  What does organization mean? According to Merriam-Webster, organization means “the act or…

Repeating Grades: Does It Help Students?

Repeating grades is a relatively common occurrence, and there are many theories about it. The results of the study, “To Repeat or Not to Repeat” by Dr. Helen McGrath-Deakin of the University of Melbourne, are very edifying. Published in the…

Help Your Children Choose Their College Major

Choosing a college major isn’t as easy as it sounds. When the time comes to go to college, most students haven’t figured out what they’re passionate about, or what they’re good at, so they don’t know what to choose. What…

3 Children’s Stories About Gratitude

Telling children’s stories about gratitude is a great way to teach them one of the most important values to have in life. Gratitude is sometimes underestimated and, in recent years, it’s been gradually lost. For that reason, it’s essential to…

Teaching Children to Respect the Environment

There are plenty of benefits to teaching your children to respect the environment. An appreciation for nature isn’t something we learn overnight. Rather, it’s a process that we need to begin when our children are very young. Nowadays, concern for…

Books to Help Your Child Deal with Emotions

Helping children deal with emotions is often complicated because they don’t have the ability to express themselves like an adult yet. Books can be an excellent way to help children begin to understand what emotions and feelings are, how to…

Ken Robinson’s Tips to Develop Creativity in Children

Freedom, discipline, and work are part of Ken Robinson’s keys to develop creativity. This defender of natural creative ability, especially in children, recognizes creativity as the chance to explore new ways, face challenges, and solve problems. How to develop creativity:…

Classroom Punishment and Management

Classroom punishment is something that teacher training should take into account. In addition to knowledge of their subjects, teachers should also go into their classes with practical classroom management skills. One of the most important parts of training future teachers…

How to Teach Gratitude in the Classroom

When you teach children to say “Thank you,” you should teach them the meaning of this action. When you teach gratitude in the classroom, in addition to reinforcing this value, you help eliminate other negative ones. There are always things…

5 Tips to Keep Students Motivated

In this article, we’ve prepared a list of some of the best practices to help keep students motivated in the classroom. This will be of great help if you’re a teacher. Being a teacher can be one of the most vocational…

How to Explain the Water Cycle to Children

What makes water change from one state to another? We’ll try to answer this question in a fun and entertaining way to explain the water cycle to children. Water is an essential element on Earth: 75% of the land surface is…

Virtual Education: What You Should Know

Opting for virtual education over traditional schools is a growing trend. More and more parents are turning to technology-based institutions because of the advantages they offer. For example, a family that needs to relocate might often prefer an institution that…

Book Series for Teenagers: 10 Great Options

Reading books is an excellent way to channel emotions and explore tastes and interests in a creative way among teenagers. There are many book series for teenagers that cover a wide variety of genres. There are book series for all…