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Real Life Maths – STEM Ambassadors

January 10, 2014

  To help encourage more girls to study and enjoy maths, STEMNET sought out six diverse and inspirational women, who are STEM Ambassadors, to talk about the importance that maths plays in their role on an everyday basis.  Their stories are intended to engage young people’s interest, motivate their future development and develop excitement about […]


THE 50 BEST SMARTPHONE APPS FOR BACK TO SCHOOL: THE TEACHER EDITION

October 12, 2012
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Mobile phones managed to mostly kick their classroom stigma once the iPhone, Android, Blackberry, and other PDA-cellular hybrids (also known as “smartphones,” but you knew that already) popped onto the scene. Thanks to the veritable Library of Alexandria of apps available on the respective markets, life can run that much smoother for professionals of all […]


Teenagers’ IQs – New Research Proves Surprising

May 8, 2012

Teenagers’ IQs can go up as well as down, researchers at the Welcome Trust have found.  Those of us with teens will know that they need a great deal of support during these crucial years – we’re not just a taxi service and personal chefs, but educators and counsellors too. But now there’s even more […]


Anger Management for Teen Children

April 27, 2012
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The teenage years are crucial in the growth of children. Unfortunately these are the years where children experience some of their most challenging encounters. This particular period in a child’s life can take them down many paths, some of them not so pleasant. Teen children who are forced to deal with upsetting circumstances often lash […]


How Expert Parenting Can Help You In Difficult Situations

April 14, 2012
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By Robert Winterson Expert parenting is usually sought when you want to know what are the activities you can help your child to choose. The other area is much more difficult and is aimed at what to do when you notice your teen is hanging out with the wrong crowd. You may see some red […]


The Teen Eating Disorder Defense Mechanism

March 27, 2012
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Adolescence can be a very stressful time when people begin gaining independence and discovering who they are. The teen years are when people establish new friendships and also when they find that their body has begun to develop. When a person enters puberty, it can be a very stressful, confusing and frightening period. A lucky […]


Smoking and Its Negative Impact on Developing Teen Brains

February 27, 2012
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Teenage smoking results in serious harmful effects that persist throughout the life of an individual. In addition to damaging various vital systems like cardiac and respiratory systems, smoking severely impacts the functioning of a teen\’s brain. In this article, we will discuss on how smoking affects the developing brains of teens. Statistics of teen smoking […]


How to Stop Your Teen from Procrastinating

February 27, 2012
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Teen specialist Vanessa Van Petten, author and creator of RadicalParenting.com discusses  information on how to parent your procrastinating children or teens.


Sleeping with the Blackbirds

August 3, 2011
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B OOK REVIEW Eleven-year-old schoolboy, Roy Nuttersley has been dealt a pretty raw deal. While hideous parents show him precious little in the way of love and affection, school bullies make his life a misery. So Roy takes comfort in looking after the birds in his suburban garden, and in return the birds hatch a […]


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