The design of the 21st-century classroom differs in many ways from the 20th-century classroom. Away from the teacher-centered approach, the new classroom focuses on the whole learner and integrative approaches to learning.… READ FULL ARTICLE
The signs of bullying in children usually manifest in them not wanting to go to school on Monday mornings, or frequent complaints of headaches and stomach pains.
Your child will want to skip school to avoid meeting the bully and his demands, while the headache and stomach pains arise from emotional stress and anxiety due to bullying.… READ FULL ARTICLE
The teacher of the 21st century is tasked to stay up to date with new information, keep up to speed with advancements in technology, and make the learning process ‘active’.… READ FULL ARTICLE
The outlook of the future job market is fascinating just as it is complex. It remains speculative as to what kinds of jobs will be available in the next few decades, and the necessary skill-sets that go with the transition.… READ FULL ARTICLE
The need for schools to remain relevant in the 21st century is dependent on them embracing relevant digital learning solutions in and outside the classroom.