What Will the Future of Learning Look Like?
As the world witnesses’ fundamental shifts across nearly every industry and sector in how technology is changing the way we do things, education is no stranger to this phenomenon. The ways people learn are changing dramatically, whether in educational institutions or the workplace, and there is no end in sight.
5 Summer Activities to Do with Your Kids
The end of the school year and beginning of summer months can elicit hugely varied emotional responses for different members of the family. For kids eager to get a break from school and not have homework or responsibilities hanging over their heads, it’s an exciting and welcome season.
Why Computer Science Graduates Can Expect Higher Pay
Today’s world is volatile. Job markets fluctuate quickly, global politics can disrupt entire economies and industries at a moment’s notice, and technology is advancing faster than ever before. These factors and more can make it increasingly strategic to choose an occupation that is likely to hold steady, remain in demand, and provide a strong return over the course of your professional life.
2022 Public Health Trends You Should Know About
Unless you’ve been living in a cave somewhere, you’ll be aware that some pretty significant things have happened over the past 1-2 years. From political upheaval to further clarity on the climate crisis to a range of TikTok videos that took the world by storm, plenty has happened.
How to Have the Bird's & the Bee's Conversation with Your Kids
Parents don’t like having the sex talk with their kids. Kids don’t like having the sex talk with their parents. It’s one of the most dreadfully played-out cliches in the handbook. It’s also unnecessary. By approaching the conversation with calm confidence, you can have a productive, informative bonding experience with your child.
Understanding the Lack of Mental Health Resources in Schools
The mental health landscape, particularly within the education system, requires movement in two parallel areas. The first of these is our growing awareness of the need for more robust mental health resources and access to services. The second is the process of societal education and stigma reformation surrounding the nature of mental ailments and the need for mental health support.
Why You Shouldn't Cope with Trauma By Yourself
Some of the toughest challenges we face in life aren’t obvious or easy to see from the outside. Traumatic stress, which can be brought on by a wide variety of things that happen to or around us, causes a wide range of harmful effects and can be tremendously difficult to carry and heal from. Coping with and moving past trauma is just as intensive as rehabilitating a joint after surgery and takes work, time, commitment, and support.
Is It Ever Too Early for Young Students to Learn Medical Terms?
Kids are smarter than a lot of people give them credit for. They pick up on subtle cues and are constantly learning from the world around them. And yet, we often don’t teach them crucial information until they’re older—or not at all.
4 Environmental Health Careers That Can Change Our Future
Many different factors affect our health, including genetics and pure luck. But one of the biggest factors in human health is the environment around us. Air quality, the food we eat, the water we drink, and the substances absorbed through our skin all have an impact on our short and long-term health.
Teaching Strategies for Neurodiversity
We’re learning more about how the brain works all the time. We’re also learning to appreciate and understand the differences in the way each person thinks and learns, which is having a major positive impact on the education students receive in the modern classroom. As an educator, you’ll likely encounter many children with a range of diagnoses including autism, dyslexia, and ADHD during your career.