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COLLABORATIVE LEARNING

Gerlach (2004) explained that collaborative learning is in essence a natural social act, implying talking about…

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Start preparing now for the exams

The final examinations are a few short weeks away. To ensure that your child can confidently…

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NUMBER SENSE – THE ROOT OF MATHEMATICS

Number sense essentially refers to a learner’s ability to use numbers in relation to one another,…

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Back to our learning roots

How the future of learning will incorporate ancient wisdom. Nowadays, things are changing faster than ever…

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Go play!

Spring is around the corner, which means that it’s time to send the kids to play…

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Dealing with homework drama

Your child drags his feet. You struggle to get him out of bed in the morning…

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Think “outside the book”

We all know why it is important for children to read, and that developing a love…

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Discover your child’s learning style

Your child keeps bouncing up and down in his chair while you are trying to explain…

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Exactly how should we be teaching 21st century children?

“We are currently preparing students for jobs that don’t yet exist, using technologies that haven’t been…

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BULLYING: WHAT PARENTS AND SCHOOLS CAN DO

Bullying is a great concern for both parents and schools. Here we outline a number of…

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GETTING INSIGHT INTO BULLYING

Bullying is an example of school violence, which mostly stems from aggression and poor self-image. Bullying…

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Is your child too busy?

Drama club. Swimming. Science club. Choir practice. The vast array of extracurricular activities offered today is…

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