Well-trained, nurturing educators, can make all the difference in how success is experienced in the classroom when providing a progressive, educational program approach where students have ownership, influence and choice in studies which are relevant and meaningful.
When a child is falling behind in their studies, parents owe it to their child to determine if this is due to a learning disability. The following recommendations are helpful when a learning disability is suspected.
A new school year provides a wonderful opportunity for new beginnings and a fresh start. The following recommendations will help prepare your child for greater success in the new school year.
When children encounter social challenges or stresses, while we may want to protect them, it is important to empower them with tools and techniques to improve their conflict strategies. Included are a series of supportive approaches to improve a child’s interpersonal skills.
SLEEP YOUR WAY TO A BETTER DAY
We don’t often consider that the reason for a child’s poor academic performance and misbehaviour at school may be sleep deprivation. Certain evening activities can significantly interfere with sleep patterns. Sleep deprivation can seriously affect a child’s learning potential when a child struggles to stay awake and focused during classes.