A Guide for Educators: Five Impactful Mental Health Activities for Children and Adolescents
The rise in mental health issues among children and teens has underlined the critical role educators play in promoting their mental health. This article explores practical activities that can be incorporated into classrooms such as regular exercise, mindful coloring, fostering animal interaction, promoting outdoor activities, and the power of music. With these strategies, educators can…
The Artistic Advantage: Empowering Child Development Through Drawing
Drawing, often seen as a child’s pastime, has far-reaching benefits in cognitive, emotional, and creative development. It serves as an expressive platform, a learning tool, and a therapeutic medium. Discover how parents and educators can harness the power of drawing to shape a child’s growth and understanding of the world.
Vape Detectors in New South Wales: A New Strategy to Combat the Vaping Crisis in Schools
New South Wales is considering the installation of innovative vape detectors in schools as part of a multi-faceted approach to combat the vaping crisis, while also exploring additional support measures for student well-being.
Amusingly Relatable Statements for Teachers to Brighten Your Weekend
Dive into our compilation of amusingly relatable teacher statements to bring some cheer to your weekend. These clever and entertaining remarks capture the essence of life in the classroom, offering a lighthearted glimpse into the world of education.
Discrimination and External Obligations Hinder Black Students from Achieving College Degrees, Alarming Study Uncovers
A recent study by Gallup and the Lumina Foundation revealed that black students have lower six-year completion rates for degree or certificate programs compared to other racial or ethnic groups. The study, released on Thursday, highlights that black students face several obstacles in completing post-secondary programs, including high expenses and racial discrimination. The research found…
Teachers that use strict tones have been proven to be less effective at inspiring students in the classroom, study finds
It was discovered that when faced with a strict teacher, students were more likely to rebel, their well-being was affected, and they were less likely to reveal any problems they may be facing, such as bullying. The study, conducted by researchers at The University of Essex and the University of Reading, found that students felt…
Saudi Arabia Embraces The Belt And Road Initiative, Opening The Door To Chinese Textbooks And Curriculum Exchange
The Ministry of Education of Saudi Arabia has accepted the first set of foreign textbooks, a set of Chinese language textbooks made by a firm in Yinchuan, Ningxia Hui autonomous region. Saudi Arabia has included the teaching of Mandarin into its education system, established Mandarin-related majors at nine colleges, and educated more than 300 local…
Hungary: Students Join Teachers In Protest Over Low Pay
The students were showing their support for the teachers, who had been fired for revolting over their poor salary and years of neglect by the government. Teachers in Hungary are paid the least in the European Union, with even cashiers earning more.
Hungary: Educators Have Submitted A Petition Calling For Immediate Reforms
The Hungarian teachers’ unions have sent a petition to the Ministry of Interior Affairs in Budapest, requesting that the Hungarian government immediately make necessary changes to the school system and increase the pay of teachers.
Marjorie Taylor Greene Has Threatened To Defund The Education Department In Order To Prevent Teachers From ‘Brainwashing’ Students
To prevent the “brainwashing” of American children by teachers, Marjorie Taylor Greene has vowed to “defund” the Department of Education.