Explore how praising effort and setting realistic goals can cultivate a growth mindset in children, empowering them to embrace challenges and value learning over mere outcomes. Unlock the secret to nurturing resilient, motivated learners.
The pressure to perform academically often leads students to neglect their physical and mental health. We explore the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle during exams and offer practical tips to balance study routines with vital aspects of well-being.
Master time management with the Pomodoro Technique: Discover how 25-minute focused intervals, followed by short breaks, can skyrocket your productivity and keep burnout at bay. Follow these actionable tips to transform study habits effectively!
Learn to create a positive homework routine for your child with tips on setting up a conducive study space, balancing help with independence, and fostering a healthy homework attitude.
Reading is an extremely beneficial habit to cultivate from young, helping the children build a better English foundation, develop creativity and imagination, strengthen patience and attention span, and more. How do you foster the right conditions to develop this habit in them?
You've done all the needed preparations, made all the notes, crammed all the formulas. How do you make sure you can deliver on the actual exam day?
Managing your child's stress during this exam period with some of these tried and tested tips.
Passion – a big word that stumbles even us adults. Sometimes, having something passionate about is transformational. How then could we help our children discover this very passion in life for them to nurture and develop?
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As your child progresses through the school years, the increasing academic demands, social pressures and other obligations like CCAs or other achievements can be quite challenging. How do you help them navigate through these tough yet exhilarating years?
Is your child unmotivated and disinterested in the work or tasks that they are asked to do? Are you at your wits' end? We have some suggestions on how to improve the situation
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