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Tag Archives: learning

Thanksgiving & ways to practice gratitude

An overview: the history behind thanksgiving Thanksgiving is a national holiday celebrated in the United States. This day marks the arrival of the pilgrims on the Mayflower. The 1621 harvest feast was known as the first thanksgiving. Fascinatingly, these pilgrims were English puritans who wanted to break away from the Church of England. The area […]

STEM & its impacts on education

An overview STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) learning has always been a popular concept but one that has had a recent revival. If one observes what the consumer wants (through data collected from search terms and consumption patterns), STEM learning is high on the list. With technological advances and learning becoming increasingly digital (in […]

Why Early Childhood Is Important for Holistic Development

An overview Early childhood education sets the foundation for the formation of core values, advance in cognitive development and socio-emotional awareness going ahead. Experiences at a young age have a profound impact on a child’s thoughts and behavioural patterns. This has a direct impact on the kind of adult and learner they will become. The […]

Learning Styles & Advice for Different Learners

An overview Learning styles for each child are very different. Through this blog we will go through learning styles and how think are linked to a child’s intelligence. When I first learned about Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences, I felt a great sense of relief. Intelligence is often limited in its definition. People are […]

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