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Oct
01

How to aid Student Growth in and Outside the Classroom

Growth is part of life, emotionally, physically, and even academically. Education experts recommend regular measuring of students’ growth and success in the classroom as a way of helping teachers know if their students are growing at the right place and in the right direction. On the student’s part, having a growth mindset is critical to […]

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Sep
21

Top 10 Ways to Stop Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying involves the use of digital platforms such as texts, social media and email to pass negative, mean, false or harmful information about someone else. Such bullying can easily cause mental distress to the victim, which can lead to low self-esteem, depression, fear, anxiety or even worse, suicide. Today, almost every person owns at least […]

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Aug
07

5 Tips to Use Fitness to Ensure Well-Being During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has definitely changed the way we live, work, and study, and chances are that you’re spending more time indoors nowadays than ever before. If your region has been hit particularly hard by the pandemic, you might be spending all of your time in quarantine, in fact. Being stuck at home is the […]

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Aug
06

Brain Health and Better Study: 101 Guide

The brain holds unlimited power that allows for performing all sorts of physical activities and movements as well as expressing oneself creatively and employing critical thinking. With the practice of regular healthy habits, such a power can be utilized to the fullest. However, it’s also rather easy to take that power for granted and neglect […]

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Jul
29

How to Cultivate Environmental Awareness in Schools

The planet is consistently sending cries for help and warning people of their wrongdoings. An increasing number of floods, droughts, climate change, global warming, water scarcity, and pollution are giving us a signal that it is time to make some changes. That is why it is up to us to pass our experiences to our young ones and teach them what we have learned from our mistakes. The earlier kids get educated about the environment, the better they will be with preserving them.

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Jul
22

Embrace your training journey

Both personally and professionally, 2020 has not been the year anyone imagined it would be. The world has been forced to digitise, evolve, and adapt and job scarcity is at an all-time high. In the current climate, the best way to ensure job security is to develop the skills needed to become indispensable to the organisation. Now is the time to embrace the training journey; especially while online solutions offer time and value efficiencies. Particularly in the Information and Communications Technology space, organisations are sweating existing assets; and enhanced skills are a definite differentiator.

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Jul
08

Ways to Improve Your Energy at Work

Everyone can talk of a day he or she had a slump at work. Sometimes things can get thick at work especially when you have to tackle a hard task with an approaching deadline. The rush to get things done can really drain out your energy.

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5 Creative Projects for Students to Do at Home to Make Money and Develop Skills

Attending classes can take up most of your time during the day, but what are you supposed to do during your downtime at home? A common problem for students is that they get stuck in a never-ending cycle of binge-watching Netflix and being utterly unproductive in their free time, which is not exactly the best way to develop yourself personally and professionally.

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May
12

Preschool Lessons To Teach Your Kid At Home

Your kid needs to learn several preschool skills as a way of laying the groundwork for school. As much as the kid needs to play, you must train him/her on some basic writing, reading, and even math-solving skills. That should happen before the kid is introduced to the routines of school, group work, and how to be students later in elementary school.

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Apr
20

Engen Computer School focused on post-lockdown reopening

The Engen Computer School is firmly focused on resuming classes when the national lockdown ends, ensuring that the first intake of 2020 students graduate and are afforded an opportunity to follow the shining example of two recent graduates of the course.

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