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Reshaping the Future: Trends in Early Childhood Education

Whether you are a parent, an educator, or both, keeping up with early childhood education (ECE) trends is imperative if you want to give your kids the best education they can get. Most of these trends aim to minimize the ever-present problems in early childhood education today, which is why staying in the know is

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Moore’s Law: Are Electronics Getting Cheaper?

We’ve probably seen it in science fiction movies that intricate objects and equipment can be invented, designed, and reverse-engineered from other materials in just a moment’s notice. That isn’t necessarily far from the truth. What Is Moore’s Law? Throughout most of history, technology will usually advance exponentially, granted that it’s not interrupted by a significant

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Professionals Are Investing In Continuing Education And Why You Should Too

Learning and progress do not stop the moment you get your dream job. Continuing education is important even after you have entered the workforce and secured a stable job. There are many forms of continuing education that you can explore, such as taking a post-graduate course, attending seminars and workshops, online courses, and one-time classes.

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How COVID-19 Is Changing How We Go to Classrooms

The ongoing pandemic is beginning to reconfigure how teachers exercise their profession and how students learn. The impact of COVID-19 to educational institutions covering both formal and non-formal education deep and widespread. A UNESCO study revealed that at least 60 percent of the world’s student population is affected mainly due to government restrictions and localized

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Building a Better Homeschooling System for Your Child

Schools and educational institutions are one of the many sectors of society affected by the pandemic. Based on the monitoring of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), around 134 countries are implementing nationwide closures, and 38 have localized closures dependent on the number of infection cases. That has led to almost 60%

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3 Ways to Help Others Lose Weight

The battle against weight will always be a threat to people’s lives. Fortunately, most people often claw and grind their way into overcoming it. You might be fortunate enough to take on the battle single-handedly, but you will find that there are a few who are struggling against it. It is reasonable to feel good

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Why Western Australia Made the Decision to Send Kids Back to School

Western Australia’s government recognises the importance of continuing education so it made the decision to re-open schools while the state – and the rest of the country – continues to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak. In fact, public schools straightened school furniture chairs and cleared the chalkboards and whiteboards in the last week of April

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Six-Figure Salaries with No College Degrees

College isn’t the only path to a 6-figure salary. In fact, it barely is. The majority of college graduates have jobs that are unrelated to their education — and most of them have careers that don’t even require a degree. Sometimes, a 6-figure career only requires diligence and maybe a few skills as well as

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3 Ways to Pique Your Interest in Being a Private Eye

The life of a private eye is fascinating. Even just watching true crime shows and movies actively engage one's curiosity and critical thinking. Hollywood has also glamorized this job that more and more people are becoming interested in this job. According to the U.S. government's Federal Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), there will be 21%

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students

Reshaping the Future: Trends in Early Childhood Education

Whether you are a parent, an educator, or both, keeping up with early childhood education (ECE) trends is imperative if you want to give your kids the best education they can get. Most of these trends aim to minimize the ever-present problems in early childhood education today, which is why staying in the know is

Read More
refrigerator

Moore’s Law: Are Electronics Getting Cheaper?

We’ve probably seen it in science fiction movies that intricate objects and equipment can be invented, designed, and reverse-engineered from other materials in just a moment’s notice. That isn’t necessarily far from the truth. What Is Moore’s Law? Throughout most of history, technology will usually advance exponentially, granted that it’s not interrupted by a significant

Read More
Education diploma

Professionals Are Investing In Continuing Education And Why You Should Too

Learning and progress do not stop the moment you get your dream job. Continuing education is important even after you have entered the workforce and secured a stable job. There are many forms of continuing education that you can explore, such as taking a post-graduate course, attending seminars and workshops, online courses, and one-time classes.

Read More
girl in school

How COVID-19 Is Changing How We Go to Classrooms

The ongoing pandemic is beginning to reconfigure how teachers exercise their profession and how students learn. The impact of COVID-19 to educational institutions covering both formal and non-formal education deep and widespread. A UNESCO study revealed that at least 60 percent of the world’s student population is affected mainly due to government restrictions and localized

Read More
Homeschooling your child

Building a Better Homeschooling System for Your Child

Schools and educational institutions are one of the many sectors of society affected by the pandemic. Based on the monitoring of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), around 134 countries are implementing nationwide closures, and 38 have localized closures dependent on the number of infection cases. That has led to almost 60%

Read More
lose weight

3 Ways to Help Others Lose Weight

The battle against weight will always be a threat to people’s lives. Fortunately, most people often claw and grind their way into overcoming it. You might be fortunate enough to take on the battle single-handedly, but you will find that there are a few who are struggling against it. It is reasonable to feel good

Read More
ongoing class

Why Western Australia Made the Decision to Send Kids Back to School

Western Australia’s government recognises the importance of continuing education so it made the decision to re-open schools while the state – and the rest of the country – continues to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak. In fact, public schools straightened school furniture chairs and cleared the chalkboards and whiteboards in the last week of April

Read More
group of professionals

Six-Figure Salaries with No College Degrees

College isn’t the only path to a 6-figure salary. In fact, it barely is. The majority of college graduates have jobs that are unrelated to their education — and most of them have careers that don’t even require a degree. Sometimes, a 6-figure career only requires diligence and maybe a few skills as well as

Read More
Detective with a magnifying glass

3 Ways to Pique Your Interest in Being a Private Eye

The life of a private eye is fascinating. Even just watching true crime shows and movies actively engage one's curiosity and critical thinking. Hollywood has also glamorized this job that more and more people are becoming interested in this job. According to the U.S. government's Federal Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), there will be 21%

Read More
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