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To Improve Education, We Need to Keep on Learning about Distance Learning

The pandemic has given many of us several months’ worth of firsthand experience with distance learning. Sure, the information age has been here for years, and who hasn’t learned something from YouTube how-to videos? But with kids getting into virtual classrooms daily instead of going to school and their parents standing by to observe and …

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How Parents Can Help Their Kids Cope with the Online Learning Setup

It’s been more than a year since the physical schools closed down due to the ongoing global pandemic. Most of the schools that had the resources to transition into a virtual setup did, while the others that didn’t were forced to permanently shut down. This left students, teachers, and school staff at a complete loss …

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Knowledge Management and How it Gives a Competitive Edge

We live in a society that places a lot of emphasis on the use of data and information. This is especially true because many organizations and industries will require professionals that can perform tasks based on systematic and scientific approaches. There’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that to gain the appropriate skills and abilities for …

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Can Music Help Boost Productivity in Business?

Since 1934, the Oscars have given the award for Best Original Song. Previous winners include 1939’s “Over the Rainbow” from The Wizard of Oz, 1986’s “Take my Breath Away” from Top Gun, and 1997’s “My Heart Will Go On” from Titanic. The importance of music in motion pictures is immeasurable. Music not only dictates the mood of a …

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Is Your Child Afraid to Speak? It Could Be Selective Mutism

Children who are talkative at home but are not able to speak in certain settings or around unfamiliar people could have selective mutism (SM). There are children who are naturally shy but are still able to communicate verbally with others. SM, however, is included in a wide range of anxiety disorders and is often seen in children. While there are …

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How Groups Are Supporting Underserved Youth During COVID-19

There were already numerous challenges for after-school programs even before the pandemic hit, but the COVID-19 crisis has made helping underserved youth an even bigger challenge. These children often deal with significant hardships like poverty, poor nutrition, delinquency or failure in academics, disproportionate incarceration, lack of employment opportunities, dangerous neighborhoods or locations, and difficulty in languages. When …

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