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How to Teach Visual Learners

In the modern world, we’re now well-aware that there are different types of learners and that their method of absorbing information differs quite vastly from each other. Despite this, most

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Using Comic Strips to Teach

Despite the negative press they’ve gotten over the past few decades, comic books and cartoons are actually very effective tools that teachers can use in class. They’re colorful, versatile, and

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How Not to Feel So Empty When the Kids Leave the Nest

Empty nest syndrome is the feeling of depression that arrives when your children leave home. According to studies, more women are affected by empty nest syndrome than men. As mothers, they are the ones who spent more time caring for their children at home, especially during their formative years. While parents are proud that their children

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Are Online Classes Making Students Lazy?

Taking online classes became a big topic for those still learning and working toward a degree or certification. In response to social distancing laws, face-to-face learning classes were prohibited, and virtual classrooms were used as a substitute. So here we are in this interactive and digital age where our time is in our own hands,

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The Struggles Students Go Through in a Distance Learning Setup

You may have heard a lot of stories about the inconveniences of distance learning. In some ways, many students could barely adjust to this setup during the height of the pandemic. It was new for most students, and you couldn’t blame them. However, distance learning has been around for many years, as pointed out by the

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Navigating Parenting Responsibilities amid the Childcare Crisis

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, a growing number of U.S. parents struggle to balance their work responsibilities and the needs of their children. The national crisis has caused many childcare centers around the U.S. to close, posing a huge problem now things are slowly returning to normal. The change in childcare availability is something unexpected,

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