Effective study habits are the cornerstones of academic success. They empower students to retain information, understand concepts deeply, and perform well in exams and assessments. It’s important that we implement practical strategies to support students in developing effective study habits.
How do we nurture future innovators? Learn 10 ways to help children and teens develop problem-solving skills
Helping children and teens develop problem-solving skills is critical to empower them to overcome challenges, think critically, and navigate through life with confidence.
Setting goals requires self-reflection, a growth mindset, and a realistic assessment of strengths and areas for improvement. Goal setting helps children develop essential skills, like how to allocate their time effectively, balance responsibilities, and stay organized. By setting goals and seeing their progress, students build self-confidence and a sense of accomplishment.