21 Jun 2018

It’s the talk of the town – when you say the word “future”, you hear “robots”. Artificial intelligence is rapidly growing, and that fear of losing your job to technology has become very real. With technology taking leaps in the future, experts suggest that machines will soon replace humans in an unsuited way. Recently, a research study portrayed how AI (artificial intelligence) will soon...

20 Jun 2018

What is best for a child? How do we bring the experience of a powerful computer into the homes of families? What worked? What didn’t?  What could be done next time?  If we started again, what would we do differently?  What can we build upon? Did that person make the right decision? How do we advance the learning needed for innovation? All innovation starts from a question, not an answer...

20 Jun 2018

Globally, childhood is regarded as a period of sensitivity requiring special attention, care and protection. In the traditional African context, children were not allowed to listen to adults’ conversations let alone, make comment or contributions. The problem of child abuse has long been existing in Nigeria, and have even become more even devastating to the society as a whole. That hist...

19 Jun 2018

Information and communication technology (ICT) has become, within a very short time, one of the basic building blocks of modern society. Many countries now regard understanding ICT and mastering the basic skills and concepts of ICT as part of the core of education, alongside reading, writing, and numeracy. The use of ICT has fundamentally changed the practices and procedures of nearly al...

19 Jun 2018

There is a general assumption that the introduction of guidance and counseling in secondary school systems would enable everybody to appreciate the significance of guidance and counseling in the school system. Philosophers pointed out that there is a need for the establishment of guidance and counseling programme in the Nigerian school. In spite of this, there seems to be slow progress ...

18 Jun 2018

The change from the school environment is usually a welcome change in itself, and you can take the opportunity to make the break productive. Here are some steps you can take to ensure that your school summer holiday is relaxing and rewarding, while still preparing you for academic success. Depending on where you live there may be opportunities to have a fun field trip, while learning ab...

18 Jun 2018

There are few hours in a week. If you’re a student, you probably feel like this isn’t enough. Because you have so many assignments to do, projects to work on, and tests to study for. Plus, you have other activities and commitments. In addition to having a social life, especially the social ones. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could study smarter (not harder), get good grades, and lead a bala...

16 Jun 2018

Teachers help students learn how to use their strengths to overcome their challenges. This is not an easy task. Learning disabilities can be different from student to student, which is why the Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) for students with learning disabilities can vary from student to student. when a student with learning disabilities enters the classroom, this becomes even mo...

16 Jun 2018

Humans love color. Color plays a key role in logos. Some colors can have different meanings, even opposing meanings, based entirely on context and application. There are few things in design that are more subjective or more important than the use of color. A color that can evoke one reaction in one person may evoke the opposite reaction in another, due to culture, prior association, or e...

15 Jun 2018

Before you go searching for a new career, consider the role of mirror neurons in human learning. Mirror neurons are “a type of brain cell that responds equally when we perform an action and when we witness someone else perform the same action.” In short, an important aspect of learning in primates is observing and imitating. Human beings learn best from emulating and practicing with othe...