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What to Do for a Child Struggling With School

Everyone wants their child to excel in school, but even after doing your best, there are instances when your child may struggle with school. The worst part about it is that this might happen without your knowledge. If your child has issues with the schoolwork, they may be embarrassed or ashamed to inform you about it. Therefore, it is significant to help them immediately after realizing what your child is experiencing. Below are ways of supporting such a…


Added by Rachelle Wilber on December 20, 2021 at 12:54 — No Comments

Signals That Your Work Environment Is Toxic

Individuals spend about…


Added by Emma Sturgis on October 5, 2021 at 13:30 — No Comments

The Next Level in Farming, 5 Technologies to Watch Out For

Innovations have never been more important in agriculture than nowadays. The industry is experiencing big challenges from a shortage of labour, changes in preferences and sustainability as well as drastic raises of costs of supplies. But that is why there has been increasing recognition from corporations to come up with solutions that will help overcome those… Continue

Added by Victoria Lim on August 4, 2021 at 9:00 — No Comments

5 Reasons Why Investing in Franchises Might Be What You Are Looking For

Working from 9 to 5 might be the norm today, but it can hardly be called fulfilling. And while it’s a wonderful way to work your days away if you have no interest in business yourself, those who have always wanted to try entrepreneurship might feel restricted in such a setting. Why would you work hard for someone else’s success if you also have the option to take things into your own hands and start working for your own? If you have some money to invest, becoming your own boss is not very…


Added by Victoria Lim on July 29, 2021 at 5:41 — No Comments

You Can Be A Witness To The Greatest Trial That Never Took Place But Should Have March 15, 2021

Michael Gavlak, Emmy Award-Winning News Producer, will act as the Chief Justice of the International Criminal Court when Del Valle High School students prosecute Talaat Pasha for the crimes of Genocide, Crimes against Humanity, and War Crimes.

At 10:45 in the morning of March 15, 1921, on a street in Berlin, Germany, Talaat Pasha, former Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire, was killed by a 24-year-old Armenian student, Soghomon Tehlirian.  At the trial, with…


Added by World Class Schools on January 29, 2021 at 19:48 — No Comments

10 Essential Items for College Hostel Life

Everyone who’s been to college or university, at some point, has enjoyed the freedom of living on their own in hostels or dormitories. Moving out of your parent’s house and living on your own is always a daunting task at the outset. You have to let go of the luxuries of your house and survive on your own. This, at first, can seem like an impossible task and one that you might feel…


Added by zyrone walter on November 9, 2020 at 5:51 — No Comments

More Details on The November 23 World Affairs Council of Austin Intenational Moot Court Competition

Are you looking for a virtual experience for your students?
Are you looking to bring the world to your…

Added by World Class Schools on September 20, 2020 at 13:26 — No Comments

How to Get Students Interested in Manufacturing and Trades

With the economy open to growth in manufacturing and trades, young students who are considering future occupations can be given helpful information about this sector through a variety of instructional media. Public and private schools as well as vocational or trade educational programs can utilize a range of strategies to provide students an in-depth understanding about this occupation choice.…


Added by Kara Masterson on August 14, 2020 at 15:30 — No Comments

Union Report: Are Teachers Quitting at Record Rate? Actually, They Leave Their Jobs at Lower Rates Than Almost Everyone Else, Wowessays research

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The Wall Street Journal left a gift under the tree to the educational press by publishing an article on December 28 with the headline "Teachers quit their jobs at the highest rate on record." The Journal cited figures from the US Department of Labor revealing that public education workers quit at a rate of 0.83% per month in 2018, the highest rate since this statistic was first compiled. times in 2001. The…


Added by James on July 23, 2020 at 9:23 — No Comments

How to Get Students Interested in Agriculture

While agricultural careers may not be most students’ top career choice, the agriculture sector is a booming industry. With high rates of employment and increased job security, the world of agriculture may hold your dream job. Read on to learn why agriculture may be the right industry for you.…


Added by Rachelle Wilber on July 13, 2020 at 11:30 — No Comments

South African Moot and Mock Trial Cases

2019 Human Rights Case

Added by World Class Schools on June 9, 2020 at 17:26 — No Comments

English College and Aged & Child Care Training

English Language Training

Learn and enhance your English language skills with the help from MCCA English College experts  who carry years of experience in making students fluent at English. You would surely be able to communicate perfectly well in English.

That is our promise. Our trainers would focus on all aspects of English language…


Added by Melbourne City College Australia on April 24, 2020 at 2:34 — No Comments

4 Ways to Teach Students to Respect Nature on Field Trips

When it comes to taking students on a field trip into the great outdoors, it can be extremely rewarding to see them really connect with their surroundings. To see the kids out in nature, enjoying what life is all around them is priceless. However, a successful part of any field trip is teaching your students to respect their surroundings. Children can be overexcited and prone to wandering, damaging themselves and the environment. It can be hard to balance teaching them interest and respect.…


Added by Rachelle Wilber on February 20, 2020 at 13:00 — No Comments

How Ham Radio Clubs Help Students Learn Technology and Science Skills

The thought of a ham radio club is one you may not have had since your own years in middle school. Now, however, perhaps your own children are considering extracurricular activities to participate in, or maybe you’re a teacher trying to start up a club at your school. In either case, consider how participating in ham radio can help students to learn skills in both technology and science.

Equipment Usage and Care

When you first think of ham radio, technology and science might…


Added by Kara Masterson on January 10, 2020 at 11:00 — No Comments

What Teachers Can Do Today to Make Classrooms More Conductive to Learning

When it comes to your children’s learning, you want them to have the opportunity to learn as much as possible. Part of ensuring children learn appropriately is having teachers who focus on creating a conductive learning environment for their students. Here are four different ways that a teacher can alter their classroom to make it a more conductive learning environment for their students.

Greet Your Students Everyday

One of the best ways to foster an environment for…


Added by Anica Oaks on October 22, 2019 at 12:30 — No Comments

What Skills Can Your Child Learn at Home?

Life goes hand in hand with development, and it’s important for everyone, especially children, to keep acquiring new skills. The more skills your little one learns before leaving the family nest, the easier they’ll find to use these skills throughout their lifetime. Not…


Added by Tracey Clayton on October 22, 2019 at 4:09 — No Comments

Cognitive Benefits of Play

Cognitive development encompasses all the ways in which children think, explore the world they live in and figure out different things. Through it, children can establish an understanding of what goes on around them, which is why it’s extremely important that parents…


Added by Tracey Clayton on October 17, 2019 at 7:26 — No Comments

5 Benefits of Using Visuals for Learning

They say that there are several types of learners, one of which is the visual type. However, there’s a difference between teaching via visual means and using visuals to teach. Even in completely text-based learning materials, a change in the font has its significance. If…


Added by Tracey Clayton on October 14, 2019 at 5:45 — No Comments

Steps You Can Take to Help Your Child Improve Their GPA

School is a big source of stress in a lot of kids’ lives, as well as their parents’. The grades we get play such a crucial role in what college we can get into and how the rest of our lives play out. This isn’t to say that grades are in any way a marker for how smart you…


Added by Tracey Clayton on August 9, 2019 at 6:15 — No Comments

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