I have a few monsters under my bed, and as per my conversations with many female professionals, I’m far from being the only one, in spite of the "I’m a woman, and I fear nothing." almost binding trend. I've always worked with dedication and passion. For years. I did despite all the hardship, the war… Continue reading The Monsters Under My Bed
As a parent of a young child, there is a high possibility you have heard the phrases “I don't know” or “Mommy, you choose” with sad droopy eyes full of uncertainty. If you are seeking to raise a child who is able to take decisions and be confident about it, then you need to read… Continue reading How to Raise a Decision Maker!
Remember your adorable clingy child who not too long ago hung on to your every word and considered you his number-one mate? Well, things change and now s/he pretty much seems to have set a life goal to ignore and turn even the simplest requests like “Please put your shoes away” or “turn off that… Continue reading Get Your Kid to Listen
It’s that time of the year again; nervousness, stress, and anxiety fill up your household. Your child has exams and it is simply nerve wracking to all parties involved. You get mixed up between caring and empathizing, being strict and demanding study time. You realise your child should be studying and testing his knowledge for… Continue reading Passing with Flying Colors
Addicted to Screens: Although internet addiction is yet to be a clinical disorder, we cannot deny the fact that it is becoming an epidemic among youngsters. Addiction aside, a much broader concern that begs awareness is the risk that screen time is creating subtle damage even in children with “regular” exposure, considering that the average… Continue reading Play My Way to the Rescue!
Red Alert The amount of time children are spending on smart devices nowadays is startling. According to a report issued by CNN, nearly eighty percent of children said they checked their phones hourly, and seventy-two said they felt the need to immediately respond to texts and social networking messages. Thirty-six percent of parents said they… Continue reading Make the Most of Their Addiction
Teaching methods have varied immensely over the past years and still are. Almost everything that contributes in the learning process has changed including teachers themselves due to the technology attack we have been subjected to. Educators are now more aware of the different ways each individual learns from. Students nowadays are extremely into smart devices… Continue reading Tech Attack
Any teacher would tell you how diverse and complex the classroom environment is. One should take into consideration that in a classroom there are several learning styles. Therefore, an educator must cater to all, preferably via formative assessment. “Formative assessment” is a process used by teachers and students during instruction that provides explicit feedback… Continue reading Formative Assessment
Instant Remorse: Due to the challenging times we live in, a lot of parents are occupied most of the time, or avoid dealing with their children’s tantrums or rebelling; even worse, they might do both. The whole world is in a constant race with time for we are witnessing a digital era that we… Continue reading You Need It, We Own It!
What is Nomophobia? According to Scientific American, nomophobia(or,no-mobile-phone-phobia) is the feelings of anxiety or distress that some people experience when not having their phone (“I don’t know where my phone is!”) That being said, we cannot neglect the possibility that children who are constantly playing games on their smart devices might have some problem.… Continue reading No-mo-phobia