Wondering what course to take? Concerned about what your child will face at school? Puzzling over what those NCEA results really mean? Education exerts a profound influence on our growth as individuals, but navigating the learning labyrinth can sometimes be a trying experience. The Yellow® How To guide to Education will help you find your way.
Most of us have an idea of what philosophy is but don’t know the details or how we can learn more about the subject.
Choosing a university is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make. Don’t ruin your future – learn how to choose a university that suits you.
Choosing a primary school is one of the most important decisions you’ll make for your child. Give your kid the best start you can. Learn what to look for in a primary school.
Homework has been a perennial headache for kids and teens as well as for their parents. Following are some tips to make homework time more effective and enjoyable for all concerned.
Exasperated parents often ask me, “Why does my son (or daughter) do his homework and then not turn it in?” These understandably frustrated and confused parents are looking to me for answers, but I must admit that for years, I could not help them.
Cutting with scissors is a learned activity. By three years old your child should have no problem holding a pair of child-sized scissors. It takes them awhile to master this new skill, however, so be patient with them while they begin to show an interest in learning how to do it.
Mathematics is one of the most commonly chosen subjects. If you are the type of student who has a technical mind and enjoy, or are good at thinking in a logical way, you should definitely choose some level of HSC maths. Not only will you find maths interesting, you will also come to realise that it will help you well into your university career and life beyond.