Questions have been raised about the necessity and benefits of children learning how to use technology in an in-depth way. Technology has been viewed as a distraction from other activities such as sports and music. Many studies have also talked about negative effects technology can have early in life, which has lead to a negative perception about too much time spent on the computer.
Before you submit your US university applications, ask yourself if you are truly happy with your essays. Do they capture the reader’s attention? Do they articulate your compelling and interesting story? And most importantly, do they make you stand out?
Summer is arriving fast and it’s time to look ahead and think of the type of program in which your child should enroll.
Kindergarten is an important time to build on the learning foundations, which ideally should have begun from the age of 2. In Kindergarten, the focus is on social and communication skills initially as opposed to academic rigor.
As this year’s admission season comes to an end, as a parent, you must look beyond the decision letter(s) and consider what is means for the next steps in planning your child’s education path. Make sure you take the adequate steps to prepare for what is to come at the start of next year and beyond.
All parents want the best for their children. That’s certainly true when it comes to their children’s education. However, good intentions sometimes lead to decisions or actions that negatively impact a child’s learning. I will share with you the five most common mistakes parents make when it comes to their children’s education.