Birthday party etiquette is constantly changing, especially when it comes to children’s birthday parties. Perhaps the biggest issue in birthday party etiquette is that of inviting kids in a class.
Kids learn through role play with others. All manner of things are learnt through play-based interactions with peers. Kids learn to regulate their emotions in front of others, to socialise, develop their fine motor skills, and build confidence.
Have you ever wondered why you get to celebrate a birthday every year?
This article takes aim at the structure of assessment and learning in schools. It outlines the fact that assessment often only looks at student performance on one day of the year for only a few hours.
Yearly celebrations of people’s lives haven’t always been on their birthday! In the 12th century AD, at the height of the Catholic Church’s power, birthdays were still considered a pagan celebration.
The idea of different students having different learning styles is a popular one in the field of education. Different students learn better in different ways, whether it be through reading, watching, feeling, listening, or in collaboration with others.
With more and more parents asking the question ‘Is my child ready to start school?’ Wannabees Family Play Town created the Learning Bees program to help children become ready for the challenges of starting school.
School choice is a raging debate amongst parents and teachers involved in Australian education.
The different political positions on school choice range from the neo-liberal idea of funding based on quantifiable performance, to the liberal ideas of equal funding opportunities for all schools to give parents the best choice of school.