Deciding whether or not you want to raise bilingual children can be a difficult decision. There are many myths about potential learning delays or confusion their child may face in the early years. However, this article will put those concerns to rest and discuss some of the many reasons why parents should raise bilingual children.
More than ever before, employers are recognizing the significance of soft skills in the workplace. Find out the top 5 essential soft skills that every employee should have to make it through the hiring process and succeed in their job.
You may have the best and most sincere intentions to be a loving and protective parent, but are you unintentionally and unknowingly being a helicopter parent?
An exploration of 6 Types of Schools available to parents: Public, Private, In-Person, Remote, Homeschooling, and Unschooling. Find out which option is best for you and if you've chosen the right one for your child.
There are tons of myths and assumptions about Virtual Reality that are preventing people from fully embracing its immense potential. The many ways in which it can be used and the fast rate at which it is developing might surprise you!
Around the world, different organizations promote digital literacy and contribute to closing the digital divide. Here are a few of the organizations that are leading the way towards accomplishing this goal.
As the world keeps growing, the leaders of tomorrow need to start today to build key skills that are paramount to their future success in an ever-changing world.
The digital divide serves as a threat not only to the current state of the education system, but also for the future of our society and the future success of our children. Find out which Canadian Organizations are doing their part to remedy this issue, and how you can get involved!
It’s no secret that stay-at-home fatherhood is on the rise. What does this mean for you and your family?
Free and Open Source Software can play a useful role in education. Although FOSS isn’t always free of charge, it is much more affordable in the long-run for schools, as licensing fees drive up the cost of proprietary software significantly. FOSS can be bought, then copies of the software can be perpetually distributed without any additional costs and easily installed on every computer in a school.