With a whopping three quarters of all school-age children reporting they have witnessed or been a part of bullying at school, anti-bullying policies have quickly become an imperative part of school regulation. By now, nearly every educational institution across the country has a program in place to monitor and combat this behavior, but do anti-bullying […]
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With the majority of schools today participating in at least some form of anti-bullying policies, most parents have been made aware of the movement to stomp out the aggressive behavior. While we may be more actively approaching bully behavior today, many may still be uncertain of what to do when your child is being bullied. […]
Inquiry-based education, or IB education for short, is the natural process of learning through inquisitive behavior and deep curiosity. It is, essentially, learning by finding topics that pique children’s’ interests enough that they take the driver’s seat and discover new information through research and questions on their own. IB Education in the Classroom When utilizing […]
As an educator or parent, few things are questioned more than how to spark learning interest in our children. Trying to find what motivates our children to learn and avoid the dreaded “I don’t know” answers can be a daunting task. Because of this, many are turning to a technique known as inquiry-based education. So […]
Language learning in children is a complicated, yet natural process involving a number of factors and influences.
When it comes to language learning, children are actually built to absorb information with higher efficiency and understanding than adults.
The puzzle-solving, highly focused bilingual minds will pick up STEM subjects on a level high enough to sustain years of continued study and understanding.
Being proficient in one or more languages has unparalleled benefits that will be seen across the board in your child’s education.
There has been an immense amount of discussion and research done on bilingualism in recent years. As scholars and educators dive deeper into the effects of studying multiple languages, more and more evidence is found to support international language learning. Over the past two decades, researchers have focused specifically on the cognitive benefits gained by […]
When it comes to language learning, most educational professionals agree that it’s never too early to begin bilingual teachings. While you may think introducing a second (or third) language to your child as they are still mastering their primary language could be confusing, the opposite is actually true. In fact, studies have found that there […]