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Winning a scholarship I

Picking a wonderful quote made by an educationist and a freedom-fighter; late Nelson Mandela, from my last article titled Empowerment through scholarship, he said and I quote, ďa good head and good... +

Empowerment through scholarship

Right from the Stone and Ice age to the present world, the existence of humanity has always been evolving based on a mixture of inspiration and knowledge, a collaboration that gave us education. Th... +

Effective classroom management

Managing a classroom can be likened to administering or leading a nation of diverse languages and cultures with their different needs. The laws, constitution and policies that govern them may be th... +

Holiday is here

Holiday is coming; Holiday is coming, no more morning bell, no more teacherís whip, goodbye teacher, goodbye students, we are going to spend; a jolly holiday. From the part of the world where I com... +

Motivation: key to learning

What you do well with little or no supervision is probably done with a willingness to do it and a sheer belief that you are able to do it. However, being born and raised with diverse backgrounds an... +

On sex education

Born and raised in a family where love and care isnít negotiable, she grew up morally upright and was aware of the importance attached to her femininity. Sonia exhibited her caring nature right ... +

Moulding Minds

I watch in awe as I stood under the big cherry tree my dad planted some few years back. I could remember vividly how Dad brought a seed home and I asked in my nostalgic novice mind what it was, he ... +

Ablaze with wisdom

ďWhen Blake Colvin was an eight-year-old, she was diagnosed with a form of cancer and, for two-and-a-half years, she battled the disease, struggling through chemotherapy treatments, and not only qu... +

What's next after graduation?

As toddlers we mumble, bubble, and cuddle innuendos by imitating those who raised us or those we see as guardians. Such words like papa, dada and mama come readily to your mind right ... +

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