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Why Do Students fear Maths?

Why Do Students fear Maths?   Does your child fear math like most students? Studies show that the working memory of students are affected even from as early an age as six because of anxiety over Mathematics. Some of the symptoms of math anxiety include nervousness and panic at the thought of math tests, loneliness, …

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Teach Children “How” To Think, Not “What” To Think

Teach Children “How” To Think, Not “What” To Think   The American cultural anthropologist and author, Margaret Mead once said, “Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.” This is very relevant in the contemporary world, where the education system adopted by schools across the world can be called a process of …

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Exploring New Horizons of Creative Thinking in Preschoolers

Exploring New Horizons of Creative Thinking in Preschoolers   Critical thinking is defined as “the objective analysis and evaluation of an issue in order to form a judgement.” It can also mean ‘thinking which has a purpose’ or ‘reflective judgement.’ Preschool (between the ages of 3 and 5) is considered one of the most vital …

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