Education

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Teaching the New Generations: How Do Millennials Learn?

People have different ways of learning, processing, and internalizing information. Due to a variety of learning styles, upbringing, and even the language that we use to learn, each learning experience can be very different for each individual. But while there are some personal differences to consider when it comes to education, there are overall trends …

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Speak Up: Creative Ways of Promoting Discussion Among Your Students

Communication is an important part of not only learning but life in general. Despite the evolution of technology, the basic component of communication is talking to each other. Most children nowadays tend to engage more in the digital world, and at times, it can hinder their ability to communicate with kids their age or their …

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Building the Future: Why After School Activities Help Kids Excel

Helping kids balance their schedule, develop discipline, and still have fun with their friends will help them learn. A student in Taylorsville that has the same learning potential as a kid in Lafayette may have the edge if their parents are engaged with their education. Parents who let kids have fun and pursue their passion will …

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Designed for Studying: Improving the Function of Your Classroom

Many teachers have this perception that classroom design is just a simple thing to do, albeit the number of activities involved. This thought leads teachers to overlook certain things that may affect the performance of their students. What teachers (and school administrators) need to understand is that classroom design has a direct effect on the …

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