Category Archives: Parents’ Guide

Short Attention Span in Children – Symptoms and Ways to Improve

short attention span in kid trying to concentrate while studying

The amount of time people can give their undivided attention to a task, or in short ¨attention span¨, can differ with age in children and for some kids, this time span can be quite short. Read further to learn what is ¨attention span¨, how it changes from age to age, what are the symptoms for […]

Schooling: Is it “madness”?

transcript taken from Prof Dr Ger Graus OBE’s talk – details below Einstein’s definition of insanity, which is something like, you continue to do the same thing but expect different outcomes, for me, reflects the story of education over the last two hundred, or perhaps a hundred years. Why (and actually we need again to […]

Hybrid Learning: Here’s Everything You Need To Know

The word of the day is “hybrid learning.” Actually, it’s two words and a term that has now cemented itself as a fixture in educational circles, especially in the time of Covid-19. There’s a plethora of articles already out there about hybrid learning, but perhaps after reading the 100th one today you still feel a little confused. Hopefully this post will act as a clarifier on what exactly the […]

Healthy Development Tips for Kids

Each kid has a unique personality and they all follow different journeys for learning. However, their developments are similar in some parts. They all walk first then run! We came up with several tips that fit every age group for you. Remember not to compare kids with one another. This might demotivate them for their […]