Parent Guide to Elementary School English

Studying English at the elementary level incorporates many different skills ranging from phonics, vocabulary, and reading comprehension to spelling, printing/cursive writing, written language, and communicating.

Why Discord is so Popular with College Students

Discord has quickly become a popular social media app among college students. It is comparable to the Facebook group chat feature as it allows you to talk about anything you wish. It has become so popular that college athletics, groups, clubs, and other organizations started using it almost exclusively to communicate with teammates, members, and … Continued

The History of Earth Day

The creation of the environmental movement we know today got its start with the first Earth Day.

Encouraging Musical Creativity for Your Children

If you’d like to improve your children’s health, well-being and happiness, try inspiring them to get creative with music. In fact, whether they have a musical talent or not, they’re capable of learning new skills. All you have to do is help them figure out what they enjoy doing, and go from there. Consider these … Continued

6 Tips to Keep You From Overthinking Everything

Overthinking can make you feel like you have no control over your mind. Thankfully, with the right tools and techniques, it’s possible to ease your brain’s overactive thoughts and find some peace.

“Nobody hears us” said a 17-year-old trans man about his experiences in school

Today on the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia we have released a new policy paper, Don’t look away, jointly with The International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer & Intersex Youth and Student Organisation (IGLYO) with new survey findings and analysis showing unacceptably high levels of discrimination and harassment in education. The paper is … Continued

Tackling the Status Quo

We often hear about companies who are either unwilling or afraid to change and ultimately pay the price. Blockbuster is one that often comes to mind, but many others have become victims of the status quo.  Robert Brodo shared this in relation to Kodak: Challenging the status quo is defined as asking “why” and then … Continued

5 Ways to Encourage Learners to Develop a Growth Mindset During the Pandemic

In business and particularly in learning and development (L&D), “growth mindset” has become a buzzword. Psychologist Carol Dweck introduced the concept in her book “Mindset: The New Psychology of Success”; it refers to the belief that our abilities and traits are not fixed and that we can cultivate them. People with a growth mindset view … Continued