The challenges in remote learning for young children

eaching styles must evolve to ensure that young children, regardless of their situation, enjoy the experience of learning, while continuing to engage with their teachers and classmates. By Prajodh Rajan Before the onset of the pandemic, digitalisation of education was often equated with equipping a campus with Wi-Fi. Ironically, while Covid-19 is causing harm to human society, it led to […]

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Why some shoppers are upset at this Walmart change

Walmart, like countless retailers, still faces challenges protecting its employees and customers, while also remaining open as a much-needed source of necessities for many Americans. As the country gradually reopens — with the hope that the COVID-19 curve is truly flattened — Walmart announced to USA Today that they’re extending the senior-shopping hour indefinitely. That means shoppers above the age of […]

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Is Your Kid One of These 5 Types of Picky Eaters?

Ensuring your child eats the right, nutritious foods to support their healthy development is challenging enough. But throw a tricky eating habit into the mix? In the words of Prince William, “If you put something on the table [the kids] don’t want to do, that’s another ballgame.” Mealtimes with picky-eater kids can be beyond stressful. Research published in Eating Behaviors […]

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Kristen Bell: Homeschooling My 2 Daughters 'Still Sucks'

Totally over teaching. Kristen Bell spoke candidly about homeschooling her and Dax Shepard’s two daughters in a new interview. “Homeschooling stills sucks,” the actress, 39, revealed to Entertainment Tonight on Thursday, June 4. “I’m not gonna sugarcoat it, OK?” The Frozen star first told Ellen DeGeneres last month that she had given up on teaching her youngest daughter, Delta, 5. […]

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