Tag: education

  • How to Support Bullied and Bullying Children
    How to Support Bullied and Bullying Children

    Bullied or bullying—it’s a harrowing experience, no matter which side one’s child is on. What can we do to help them through? By Vanessa Robitaille Bullying continues to be a very real problem even today, and as parents we are bound to have to face it at some point. When our children are involved on […]

  • Seven Ways to Mix Maths into Your Child’s Day
    Seven Ways to Mix Maths into Your Child’s Day

      Children learn through play and maths is no exception. Emma shares practical ideas to apply and make maths interesting in your child’s everyday activities. By Emma Gricmanis   Maths is a word that can conjure up a variety of responses. Many people think that maths needs to be rigid or book-based but with small […]

  • The Movement Method: Overcoming Learning and Communication Challenges Faced by Children
    The Movement Method: Overcoming Learning and Communication Challenges Faced by Children

    Children learn better when they move and are surrounded by a nurturing environment. Premrudee Pantrat explains what the ‘Movement Method’ is, and how they use it on the farm to help children struggling in social and academic settings.   By Premrudee Pantrat (Gaye)   Parenting these days can be very challenging as social dynamics have […]

  • My Childhood Memories of Diwali
    My Childhood Memories of Diwali

    Hetal reminisces about her family’s celebrations of her favorite Hindu festival, Diwali, and shares how she is passing the traditions down to her daughter.   By Hetal Shah   Diwali is an important Hindu festival celebrated globally in October or November according to the new moon day of the Hindu Lunisolar calendar. It is also […]

  • My Experience with Raising a Son of Mixed Race
    My Experience with Raising a Son of Mixed Race

    Liway shares her story about how she makes her bi-racial son less conscious about his skin color and tells us how we can encourage children to celebrate diversity in their daily lives.   By Liway Tayag   I can’t count how many times we’ve been brought to the limelight because people stare at my son […]

  • What The Inequality Of Theatre Can Teach Our Children
    What The Inequality Of Theatre Can Teach Our Children

    In theatre, children face inequality due to an emphasis on individual ability. A theatre professional looks at how this develops their minds for the future. By Hiromi Mizuno / Translated by Hanae Matsumura; Photo credit to the author The Southern Tent Theatre Company is a Japanese theatre in Bangkok. Children ranging from 6 to 15 […]