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Darwin’s Evolution Theory to Be Removed From Turkish Schoolbooks

Darwin’s Evolution Theory to Be Removed From Turkish Schoolbooks

I’ve had lots of different teachers for my biology classes at my private high school. The classes were always interesting and there was always something new to learn. We made a volcano to learn about the process of island formation, we used simple foods like cheese and yogurt to learn about fermentation and we even collected bugs in the heat and observed how different conditions could affect their growth. However, every time we were taught about Darwin’s theory of evolution,…

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Top 5 Best Tips For Studying

Top 5 Best Tips For Studying

Let’s be honest; studying isn’t always rainbows and sunshine. I recently graduated from college, and let me tell you, it is one of the best and worst times of your life. Studying was the worst part of college for me, but it was something that I had to do to get through it. I didn’t spend my whole college journey stuck in the library, I had my fair share of fun there, and I always believe in the saying, work…

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How To Choose The Best School For Your Child?

How To Choose The Best School For Your Child?

Choosing the best school for your child may seem challenging. With education fees increasing regularly, you may be concerned about whether your child is getting the best education possible. There are many different options for high school, including homeschooling, online schools, charter schools, and public schools. The choices can be overwhelming, and parents often need a little help. So how exactly can you determine if your child’s current school meets their needs? And if not, how can you choose the…

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9 Back-to-School Tips For Parents & Children

9 Back-to-School Tips For Parents & Children

It’s back-to-school season again, and after a break, parents and children alike return to the routine of the school year. This means new sleep patterns, lots of incentives, homework to do, etc. It will take some getting used to, but with these tips, children and parents will quickly adjust to their new rhythm of life! 1) Talk To Your Child If your child does not want to go to school, encourage him or her to share his or her concerns….

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Things That Should Teach In School But Don’t (PART 1)

Things That Should Teach In School But Don’t (PART 1)

‘School’ – very complex yet well-install institutions meant to teach individuals, helping them have a job and succeed in life. I found that school is too focused on memorization; as a child, I learned my notes by heart and then went through exams, passed a test, and then forgot about everything. For most people in society, knowledge is referred to as a piece of paper, a.k.a certifications, but they don’t have real-life knowledge. This article will go over what I…

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Top 4 Ways Social Media Can Affect Our Mental Health

Top 4 Ways Social Media Can Affect Our Mental Health

Our mental health is something that we need to take care of and now more than ever this is the case. If you are an older Gen Z like me, then you grew up with social media and the internet. Our lives are intertwined with our phones and how much time we spend on them. Social media have become a big part of all our lives, and it impacts how we interact with others and is also a way for…

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The Importance Of Teaching Sex Ed In Schools

The Importance Of Teaching Sex Ed In Schools

I am a staunch believer that sex ed should be a compulsory subject that should be taught in high school. It allows students to practice safe sex, and they become aware of their bodies, which can deter teenage pregnancy because they are aware of protection and what they can and can’t do if they do get pregnant. You need to start treating high school students are adults because not talking to them about sex doesn’t mean that they aren’t having…

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Mental Health Tips For Covid-19 Period

Mental Health Tips For Covid-19 Period

Teachers, school counsellors, and school personnel have remained intently focused on assisting their children and continuing to do their jobs throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. In some circumstances, this may entail teaching, caring for loved ones (children or others), and facing the same obstacles as everyone else. While mental health services have been (rightfully) prioritized for helping kids, parents, and others, less attention has been paid to the mental health of educators who are also attempting to find balance in our…

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How Bullying Is Getting Worse…

How Bullying Is Getting Worse…

Bullying is a word that is unfortunately recurrent these times. Our children are being the victims of their classmates, and sometimes it seems to not bother the learning establishment, or at times it simply goes unnoticed (which is worse, I don’t have a clue). It is one of the worst things that students may have to endure during their school years, as it will have major consequences on their later lives. They can come out of the situation hurt, traumatized,…

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Parent-Teacher in Education; A Competition Or A Collaboration?

Parent-Teacher in Education; A Competition Or A Collaboration?

It’s been a tough two years for education. This pandemic has disrupted our lives, and the educational sector has taken a toll. It is an opportunity for teachers, caregivers, and parents to work together hand-in-hand to provide the best to the students; however, this is not going as planned; parents and teachers are not responding to this situation with ambition. They are mostly claiming their power within the sector, and most of the time, this is not pretty. Most of…

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