Students are increasingly being challenged with word-based math problems. Focusing on teaching math with word problems, allows teachers to take the concepts learned in class and apply them to everyday life. It also helps strengthen students' analytical thinking skills and ability to problem solve.
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STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) are becoming increasingly important in education and ultimately the workplace. With the majority of the fastest growing careers requiring Math and Science, The Ontario Ministry of Education has taken notice and is evolving the curriculum to focus more in these areas.
We reached out to Rebecca Earl, a Toronto sleep consultant, for her suggestions on helping set up school-age children for a good night’s sleep. She’s sharing 5 tips to help make sure your child get’s the rest they need to be prepared for the school day.
For some students, the final term of school will be their last before transitioning into a college or university program in the fall. With a new beginning on the horizon, now is the perfect time to help them get prepared for the social and academic changes they will face, oftentimes while living away from home.
If you’re staying close to home for the March Break, perhaps you’ll want to use the time to explore the city, sneak in some extra physical activity or plan a simple education field trip. Here are a few great choices for Toronto families: