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The future calls for people to use both sides of their brain

Many parents do not realise the importance of learning in the early years, especially in the first four-six years of a child’s life, as that is when the main learning pathways in the brain are formed. The top picture is that of an unstimulated brain. We don’t want...

THE CALL FOR A NEEDED REVOLUTION IN EDUCATION

The demand is here – education has to change! What served the past will not serve the future! The present generation will probably not stay in the same job forever but will have multiple jobs in different fields. Therefore, students need to be prepared for the new...

Education is in my blood

“I am mad about children!” Toddlers, pre-schoolers, teenagers, and everything in-between and beyond! This is why I went into Education. From 5 years old I already knew that teaching was my calling.  I thoroughly examined each teacher in every class and created a...

What are the Homeschooling facts?

A NEW FAD? Homeschooling is here to stay … but homeschooling is nothing new! Many years ago it was in the home that children were taught many skills by their parents. In the year 1717 Prussia started the first compulsory Primary School where children sat at desks...

The brain and learning in the early years

The initial six years of a child’s life are the most important. At no other time in his life will a child learn as much as he does as in those first six years. Consider what you have learned in the last six years of your life and compare that with the amount a child...

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