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The Top Five Parenting Hacks You Never Knew You Needed — I’m Sick and So Are You

I am tired. I am sick and I have a husband and a child at home that I homeschool and I don’t sleep well and my body hurts and I AM TIRED. So, “make my life easier in any way humanly possible” is my motto. Ask and ye shall receive! The internet provides and it […] … Continue reading The Top Five Parenting Hacks You Never Knew You Needed — I’m Sick and So Are You

7 Personal Growth Questions Every Teacher Must Ask Themselves – Lee Watanabe-Crockett – Lee Watanabe Crockett

Every teacher knows that consistently asking personal growth questions is part of the game in education. They exist in all shapes and sizes and are meant to challenge educators to meet and exceed professional goals. It’s for the good of themselves, their colleagues, and most of all their learners, that they devote themselves to this. … Continue reading 7 Personal Growth Questions Every Teacher Must Ask Themselves – Lee Watanabe-Crockett – Lee Watanabe Crockett

How Much Does Academic Achievement Truly Help In Measuring Success – Jiji Vijayan

Competition is the key today, in a world where hard work and practice beat talent. It is no wonder then, that the same approach is taken towards academics as well. Schools and parents all over, seek high academic performances from students, and use the same to measure students’ success. Indian education system is infamous for … Continue reading How Much Does Academic Achievement Truly Help In Measuring Success – Jiji Vijayan

3 Ways to Instill Lifelong Digital Learning Skills in Students – Matthew Lynch

Millennials value tech training and development from their employer, above all else, because they know that it will help them compete in a global economy. Interestingly, appropriate tech training and professional development equates to higher job satisfaction. Additionally, improving your tech skills will not only ensure you are a more productive employee, but also a … Continue reading 3 Ways to Instill Lifelong Digital Learning Skills in Students – Matthew Lynch

Implementing Student Accessibility Strategies – coralee czinkota

I am proud that Saskatchewan Polytechnic, the institution I teach in, is committed to meeting the needs of its diverse student population. In particular, it has dedicated support to ensure equal access to students with disabilities. This support requires students to self-identify as having an intellectual, learning or mental/physical disability. For these students, and those that … Continue reading Implementing Student Accessibility Strategies – coralee czinkota

Adults Play A Big Part In Kids Developing Empathy Early, Study Says

Experts are still not agreed on when exactly kids develop the all-too-important quality of empathy, but a new study has suggested that adults have quite a large impact on children exhibiting this ability early in life. More specifically, attentive adults engaged with kids in social situations can help youngsters demonstrate this quality earlier than the … Continue reading Adults Play A Big Part In Kids Developing Empathy Early, Study Says

ILT To Blended Or Online Training Transformation

5 Examples Of ILT To Blended Or Fully Online Training Even though blended training offers significant advantages over ILT training, its impact is highly dependent on how you arrive at the "right blend". This depends on several factors, the top 2 of which are: The nature of the content, and whether it is amenable to … Continue reading ILT To Blended Or Online Training Transformation

Kids Are Not Better At Technology Than Adults

The term “digital immigrants” and “digital natives” is almost as annoying as the fights are about the terminology.  These terms are often credited to Marc Prensky, and from when I have had the opportunity to have heard him speak, he doesn’t believe that kids have an innate ability to use technology over adults. They have … Continue reading Kids Are Not Better At Technology Than Adults

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