Why a Lifelong Learning Platform is Important

The business world is a dynamic and fluid environment. To get ahead and stay ahead, you have to have a lifelong learning platform in place where you can explore new ideas and concepts that will allow you to succeed in such a dynamic environment. Your traditional schooling covered a broad range of subjects to prepare you to enter the career of your choosing. But the lessons you learned in your primary, secondary and university years were only meant to provide you with a basic foundation of … [Read more...]

Going Back to School as a Busy Mom: Is It Possible?

As a busy mom, you're always looking for ways to improve the lives of your children. While you work diligently to bring in an income, keep a clean house and maintain the health of your loved ones, going back to school can help to improve their quality of life for the future. Receiving a more advanced education can open up the doors to opportunity, which can lead to increased income, promotions, incentives and raises. It's never too late to go back to school and for many mothers, it's one of the … [Read more...]

Does Your Child Struggle In School? Here’s What You Can Do About It

We all want our children to do well in school but despite your best efforts, there may be instances when they fall behind. What may be worse is that it may take some time before you even notice. The sooner that you can help them, the better it is for them. So, how can you tell if your child is struggling-- and if they are, what can you do about it? Signs that your child is struggling in school: Spends long hours doing homework – Children should be set sensible amounts of homework. If your … [Read more...]

How to Prepare Your Child for Preschool

Many children begin preschool at the age of three. The transition to preschool can be both exciting and stressful for children and their parents. Good preschool experiences can pave the way for your child’s academic and social success in elementary school. There are several things you can do to ease the transition to ensure that your child does well during these foundational years. 1. See Your Doctor Photo Credit: Unsplash Check with Medicare to determine if you need a medicare … [Read more...]

Use of Technology in the Classroom

How many of us have ever laughed unsurely, or nodded our heads knowingly even though we have no idea what is going on? In today’s world, we are expected to know everything, and yet we seem to know so little. However, there has been something created to help us gain more knowledge faster. This is called technology. When used properly, it can help improve our education and help us be more aware of the decisions we are making. Technology should be used in the classroom to help students and in daily … [Read more...]

5 Things Every Kid Learns (Or Should!) by High School

What are the essential pieces of knowledge every kid learns by the time they reach high school? Here are the basics all kids need to know. Did you know 30 percent of college students can't boil an egg? That's a pretty disheartening statistic. You might be wondering if your child will fall victim to lacking necessary life skills. The good news is they don't have to. Continue reading to learn five things every kid learns (or should learn) by high school. Why Are These the Five Things … [Read more...]

6 Great Nursing Career Paths for Moms

There are different health care data that prove that nursing is one of the best career options for moms. This career offers flexibility, making it very easy for you to wear different hats at the same time - with a nursing career, you can still work for at least eight hours every day and still have time to look after your children and family. You can choose the hours you work, and whether you want to work weekends, nights, or standard business hours. You can be paid well for part-time nursing … [Read more...]

Study MS in the USA without Taking GRE

A standardized test that is required to clear to take admission in most of the graduate schools in the United States of America is referred to as Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) which was established back in 1936 by the Carnegie Foundation for the advancement of teaching. The GRE is considered to be the most challenging and titanic part of graduate school test. The preparation for GRE requires long hours of hard work, lots of practice, dedication and strong will power by the student. In spite … [Read more...]