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July 16, 2022

PhD vs DBA – Which Option is the Best for Me?

If you’ve never looked at doctoral programs in-depth, you may assume that they’re all the same. And on the surface, it may look like they are. But there are major differences between something like a PhD in business administration and a DBA. If you are considering going for one of the two, you must know […]

Ideas
June 28, 2022

Clever Ways to Compare Motor Fleet Insurance Quotes

Table of Contents Factors that affect the cost of motor fleet insuranceCombined single limit (CSL) liabilityCost of fully comprehensive fleet insuranceCost of ‘Authorised Driver’ policyCost of ‘Combined single limit’ liability There are many ways to compare motor fleet insurance quotes. The first step is to understand the different types of insurance policies and their cost. […]

Ideas
May 27, 2022

Developing self-esteem in your child

If you have a child approaching adolescence, you have already helped your child to achieve a phenomenal amount. With your guidance and encouragement, skills like walking, talking, feeding, playing, drawing, reading, swimming, riding a bicycle and making friends were acquired early in your child’s lifetime. Although there may be late-starters and slow-developers, most parents are […]

Parents
May 27, 2022

Gifted and talented kids

It is worth remembering that all children are individuals and we should beware trying to “pigeon-hole” them. Each child will demonstrate aspects of their abilities and personalities in slightly different ways – so the following should be treated as no more than a “rule of thumb” guide. The following definitions are generally accepted. “Gifted” children […]

Intelligence
May 27, 2022

Discover Your Child’s Potential

Table of Contents Discover your child’s abilitiesDevelop your child’s potentialDiscover your child’s interests and abilities.Encourage a wide range of interests.Never ridicule your child.Acknowledge your child’s abilities.Encourage your child to set targets for themselves.Make learning fun.INTERPERSONAL (People)INTRAPERSONAL (Self)LOGICAL (Numbers)LINGUISTIC (Words)VISUAL-SPATIAL (Pictures)MUSICAL (Music)PHYSICAL (Body)NATURALIST (Nature) Discover your child’s abilities It goes without saying that every parent wants […]

Parents
May 27, 2022

Multiple Intelligences

A brief introduction to Multiple Intelligences For many years it has been recognised that the two halves of our brain (“left” and “right”) govern different aspects of our behaviour. Whereas the left half of the brain is more logical, the right half is more creative. Whereas the left brain is concerned with language, maths, and […]

Intelligence
May 27, 2022

For Parents Who Want Their Child To Learn

It goes without saying that you will be interested to DISCOVER YOUR CHILD’S POTENTIAL, so there is a useful page that helps you do just that – whilst providing an insight into Multiple Intelligences theory. If you believe your child may be GIFTED or TALENTED, (or if you’re not too sure what those terms might […]

Parents
January 22, 2021

Musical Intelligence

Table of Contents DEVELOPING MUSICAL INTELLIGENCERecognising & developing musical intelligenceRECOGNISING MUSICAL INTELLIGENCE The capacity to distinguish the whole realm of sound and, in particular, to discern, appreciate and apply the various aspects of music (pitch, rhythm, timbre and mood), both separately and holistically. CHARACTERISTICS A keen sense of hearing. Enjoys a wide range of music. […]

Learners
January 22, 2021

Learning Styles

Table of Contents Activist Learning StylePragmatist Learning StyleTheorist Learning StyleReflector Learning StyleLearning Styles: the debateTHE CASE AGAINST USING LEARNING STYLESSO WHAT IS THE POINT OF LEARNING STYLES?Learning Styles and GenderLearning Styles: The next generationLearning Style – Questionnaire Each of us learns in different ways. Some of us prefer to study in depth before we tackle […]

Learners
January 22, 2021

Thinking Skills

Table of Contents What do we mean by “Thinking Skills”?Why do we need to develop thinking skills?In “How to Create and Develop a Thinking Classroom”, Mike Fleetham writes:Is it possible to define a set of “Thinking Skills”How can we teach Thinking Skills? What do we mean by “Thinking Skills”? Thinking skills are the mental processes […]

Learners
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