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Back to school anxiety – will it last forever?

September 19, 2016

Via: Kelly Redmond

Now that school is starting all over again (or it has already started, depending on each institution’s particular schedule), on track with the ineludible yearly cycle, some of the children and their parents may find themselves confronted with back-to-school anxiety. […]


Education Strategies, Featured

Emotional Intelligence – has education forgotten about it again?

August 9, 2016

Via: Kelly Redmond

SEL, or Social Emotional Learning backs up over two decades of specific research and tries to implement organic, but pre-planned Emotional Intelligence training in schools. Such programs aim at improving the students’ Emotional Quota (EQ) rates, and at contributing to […]


Education Strategies, Featured

Homeschooling for success – to try or not to try?

July 25, 2016

Via: Kelly Redmond

Considering how modern education managed to enroll by the start of the 21st century the majority of all children worldwide (following the 1909 moment), the idea of homeschooling children seems like a retrograde move at first glance. However, since homeschooling […]


Education Strategies, Featured

U.S. education: an overview of the top 7 harsh issues

June 13, 2016

Via: Kelly Redmond

Identifying the persistent issues in a structure that permanently strives to improve itself may be a real challenge. The educational system has known many grafted solutions, and continuously found itself between the centralized or localized strategies and the open source […]


Education Strategies, Featured

Agile education in a volatile jobs’ world

May 9, 2016

Via: Kelly Redmond

Numerous sources have approached technology in education from the angle of its direct interaction with the learning process. We all aware that a new generation emerges, one that has grown up with technology all around. Educational strategists constantly explore, analyze, […]


Education Strategies, Featured

Achieving excellence – is the secret (in) curriculum integration?

April 11, 2016

Via: Kelly Redmond

Any teacher is most likely aware that often students ask themselves “What good is absorbing all this information for?” when contemplating the year ahead of them. The curriculum debate is continuously on, in search of the perfect formula that would […]


Education Strategies, Featured, News, Secondary Education

Benefits and risks in replacing foreign languages with coding

March 28, 2016

Via: Kelly Redmond

The decision of Florida’s senators that allows high school students to study coding language as they would any foreign language is a premiere, and it has stirred quite a few debates on whether the coding courses rightfully match this curricular […]


Education Strategies, Featured

Does homework stimulate thinking? Just what are the limits?

March 7, 2016

Via: Kelly Redmond

As time goes by, students have to assimilate more and more information. History adds a few more decades, science progresses, languages transform and economics becomes even more intricate – while all these have to fit into the same amount of […]


Education Strategies, Featured

Educating self-control – how to inspire your students

February 9, 2016

Via: Kelly Redmond

Self-control is a behavioral goal that people try to achieve for a great part of their lives. As humans develop their personality and social skills and acquire various degrees of general or specialized knowledge, mastering self-control is an important auxiliary […]


Education Strategies, Education Tech, Featured

Wearable technology – does it have educational value?

January 5, 2016

Via: Kelly Redmond

The year 2015 is over now, so it is interesting to take a look at some of the predictions issued at the beginning of this year. A Hackeducation January 2015 article approached the subject of wearable technology in education and […]