November 25, 2015

Advantages and Disadvantages of Home Education


    Home education is the educating of kids in a home, usually conducted by their parent. This allows the parent to give more personalised support to a child, either because they had previously been bullied or simply to be able to allow a child to learn at his or her own pace rather than working lock-step […]

How to Get Kids Interested in Blogging About Video Games


    Writing reviews about what you like to do in family life is one of the best ways of getting into blogging – and this is as true of kids as it is with adults. If your children enjoy video games, then they will often find a ready audience with readers who are like-minded. […]

10 Effective Ways To Deal With Disruption When Home Educating

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    Whether you work in a classroom or home educate you’ll know that there are many different ways kids learn, from the more traditional teaching methods to using some of the innovative resources that can be sourced from Hope Education. However, you’ll also know that bad behaviour can tarnish a lesson and distract those wanting […]

How to Help Your Child Master Essay Writing


    Essay writing is an important skill because it is a tool that is absolutely necessary for your child to achieve a higher level of education. In addition, writing articles and essays will also increase your child’s overall intellectual ability. Therefore, in order to teach this fundamental ability, you need to have an overall […]

Benefits of Attending an All-Girls School

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  Although most students will go to school in a co-ed setting, there is a major place in education for single-gender schools. Prominent women in education, such as Elizabeth English Archer, work tirelessly to promote this type of academic setting. These type of all girls schools are designed to create a safe and nurturing space […]

We Review: EuroTalk Language Learning Apps


    When people meet me now they are often surprised to hear that English wasn’t my first language. The first few years of my life were spent living with my Greek-speaking grandparents and my parents (Greek father, Turkish mother) who had not long arrived from Turkey. It might sound complicated and unusual unless you […]