Highly Sensitive Children (HSC) can be different from their peers and quite confusing to their parents. Family therapist and social worker... Read more
Jessi Sunkel, from e² Young Engineers South Africa, discusses why it is essential to make learning fun. Read more
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school matters

In today’s society, both young and old are increasingly cared for in isolated age groups. Children hardly mix with the elderly, especially those who are less able. Equally, many older people feel lonely and disconnected from society, especially in a retirement home environment.
While the idea of digital devices in the classroom is still frowned upon in some circles, many schools have reported great improvements in education through the active use of laptops, smartphones and tablets.

extramurals

Learning computer skills like coding is not only invaluable in today’s world; it’s fun too.
Playing sports and games in school is a critical part of any child’s development.

3D (dealing with difference)

Highly Sensitive Children (HSC) can be different from their peers and quite confusing to their parents. Family therapist and social worker, Talya Ressel provide five helpful strategies in dealing with HSC.
Some children find it difficult to read or write. Others find it difficult to understand what they read. Some children struggle to make friends. But the earlier the problem is diagnosed and treated, the better. The key is intervention.

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