I think this is the cutest stress therapy because it has - puppies! Few Canadian and Scottish universities have 'puppy rooms' (yes, it's a room full ...
Vivek KhareLondon, GB
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I think the answer to this question is a bit complicated. Is self diagnosing bad ? - Yes, even for a doctor because its tough to look at yourself and ...
I thought if I concentrated enough I could fly and you will not believe the amount of hours I have concentrated.. Also I thought there is an awesome ...
I believed so many crazy things. I should probably answer anonymously but here goes... 1. I believed that the world was under threat from a bad ...
I'm a teacher and the thought horrifies me, not just because I want my job! Technology can't recognise how or why a child is struggling with a ...
There is a reason why we have always had teachers despite having all the information in the books. It still holds true to a certain extent. However, ...
I totally agree with Holly. First of all there is no way one's sexuality should/could be controlled. If something like sexuality is tried to be ...
At the start of my answer I should make it clear that I live in the UK and not India, and I understand from your question and from talking to Indian ...
I know Tamsin! Such great videos there. My favourite is: [Kid President: I think we all need a pep ...
Mandarin Chinese and Spanish. And we should be teaching kids foreign languages MUCH earlier, as early as kindergarten or first grade, because that's ...
[Maily](http://www.maily.com/) is a good app (although only available for iPads) It teaches kids (from four and up) to use and learn email in a fun ...
I just came across an app/game called "crazy machines - golden gears" on android in which you are challenged to complete a task by building a machine ...
I beg to differ. Fruit ninja, however entertaining, is not the "must have" app for every child. It could lead to a lot of time wasted on swiping ...
Just recently I wrote about whether the internet was a basic human ...
The 700,000 children who cannot go on-line at home remain a challenge to providing an educational level playing field. They cannot research, revise, ...
We started home educating because I believed that a mass education system could never meet the needs of individual children. We continued because it ...
Toondo is great. Easy to navigate...lots of options...age appropriate... I have used it with grade 3-6 children and they have managed it ...
There is another Kickstarter project (other than Formlabs, mentioned by Ian above) called ...
Q: How can schools help students deal with stress and anxiety?
A: I think this is the cutest stress therapy because it has - puppies! Few Canadian and Scottish universities have 'puppy rooms' (yes, it's a room full ...3 years ago
Q: Is self-diagnosing family illness via Google a good idea?
A: I think the answer to this question is a bit complicated. Is self diagnosing bad ? - Yes, even for a doctor because its tough to look at yourself and ...3 years ago
Q: What did you used to believe as a child that you no longer believe?
A: I thought if I concentrated enough I could fly and you will not believe the amount of hours I have concentrated.. Also I thought there is an awesome ...4 years ago
Q: Should technology replace teachers?
A: There is a reason why we have always had teachers despite having all the information in the books. It still holds true to a certain extent. However, ...4 years ago
Q: My 10-year-old has experimented sexually with his friend. Will he be gay?
A: I totally agree with Holly. First of all there is no way one's sexuality should/could be controlled. If something like sexuality is tried to be ...4 years ago
Q: What's the one app every child should download?
A: I just came across an app/game called "crazy machines - golden gears" on android in which you are challenged to complete a task by building a machine ...4 years ago
Q: My 10 year old son has been told he needs an ipad for school is it just me or is this just a lazy approach to teaching?
A: I hope the kids of such young age will be engaged with lectures while having a fancy toy that could keep them busy. I also wonder if there have been ...4 years ago
Q: Are baby names like Hashtag cruel?
A: Hashtag could be a pretty cool name if my son is sure to be a rapper or a dj but that is obviously something no one knows. Besides websites and terms ...4 years ago
Q: Can technology help gun control and prevent these absurd massive shootings?
A: First of all my heart goes out to all the sufferers and their families in Connecticut. Its a sad state of affairs. I am not sure about any used ...4 years ago
Q: Are there any interesting start ups focusing on education technology?
A: [http://www.codecademy.com](http://www.codecademy.com/) - Provides free online, interactive lessons in various computing and Web languages, like ...4 years ago
Q: Can kids learn an instrument online?
A: True. Learn to play in Apple Garageband is really good to learn music online. My friend's son has been taking guitar lessons on it and has been very ...4 years ago
Q: Are there any family communication apps available for the iPad?
A: Check out Perch app on the iPad. If you have an unused iPad laying around the house (the way we want to lay our hands on every latest Apple product, ...4 years ago
Q: Does Facebook monitor chat content for inappropriate words/behaviour?
A: Yes, Facebook does monitor/scan chats mostly for criminal activities. It’s done via algorithms and if something is flagged, Facebook employees take ...4 years ago
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