Source: pixabay.com We may have a child who has a high IQ, or those who excel in arts and music. Your child may be a gifted speaker, a storyteller, a singer, a dancer, or an artist. As parents, we become so proud to have a child that is like that, one who is talented and […]
Source: pixabay.com Have you ever felt so stressed and anxious about an upcoming exam? You know you have spent time studying and pouring your heart to a specific course, but that dreadful feeling about this particular exam just won’t go away. Familiar, isn’t it? Here are some tips from therapists that talk about how you […]
Psychologists, parents, and professors know how often college students feel depressed, to the extent that they need to take an indefinite leave of absence. Although it’s not something I always talk about, I have had the same experience during my last year at the university. My parents never pressured me to be the best, yet […]
Dealing with the hardships in learning is not often easy as it seems. That’s especially to those middle and high school students. Though some of them may find it encouraging at times, others don’t always feel that way. Other individuals’ immediate positive result from hard work doesn’t represent the totality of all students. And sometimes, […]
There are a lot of things to keep in mind when it comes to finding the right counselor who will help you overcome your issues and problems. Take note that several professionals are engaged in the field of psychology, which includes counseling. As such, it can be challenging on your part to search for the […]
I have been a college teacher for nearly 20 years, and I’ve met a lot of students who had difficulty transitioning from their family life to the college life. Not only because they had no idea how to wash their clothes or be punctual in class, but that they were not emotionally and psychologically ready […]
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Learning is nothing if we don’t go beyond the four corners of the classroom and that’s why we have events such as the 2014 New York Educational Conferences! They say students learn best when they’re exposed to the real world and that’s why we have activities like educational trips, forums, symposiums, and many more! A New […]
Source: flickr.com From time to time, as a teacher, you might encounter a class that’s just difficult to keep engaged. It seems that no matter what strategies you use, these high schoolers won’t budge – and they literally show you how bored they are! Well, you and I know that when students are […]
The Individualized Education Program (IEP) discrimination resulting inan ineffective way of learning. Individualized Education Program education plan for the whole year which will address the needs of the student based on his capacity for learning. The Individual with Disability Education Actunder IDEA must be made.