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    18th September 2021 In

    How Can I Improve My Child’s Critical Thinking Skills?

    Naïve Nancy, Fair-Minded Fran, and Selfish Sam are the three styles in which preschool children think, according to the Foundation for Critical Thinking. Naïve Nancy is a follower who goes along with the crowd and agrees with decisions made by others. Selfish Sam knows how to get what he wants, usually through manipulation. Sam’s primary goal is to satisfy his own needs. Fair-minded Fran takes time to think about herself and others before making decisions. She considers the feelings and situations of others, does not…

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    What you can learn from failures?

    “If you fail, never give up because F.A.I.L. means ‘First Attempt In Learning’.” – A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Risk-taking, leaping, trying again, and failing are part of our genetic material. Without it, humans would not have inhabited every corner of this planet. Oftentimes we can see failure, particularly in exams, as negative — one of the worst things we can allow students to experience. But what if we allow students to fail in a safe space and make learning a personal endeavor? It will make the…

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    Coding Skills That Help Students Succeed

    As one of today’s most in-demand skills, coding has become an extremely useful ability for young children and teens to learn. The tech industry is reshaping what the future of the workforce will look like. As digital tools and trends are becoming integrated into every sector, the need for computer programmers who can think critically, communicate, and work with others to accomplish a goal are in high demand.  Coding is a complicated and captivating language that is continually evolving and can be applied in infinite capacities. The…

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