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Why do some kids do well in school and others don’t?

Meet Kevin and his classmate, Daniel. They are both in Junior Secondary School 3 and have a lot of things in common. But there’s one big difference between them. Daniel scores high in every test, while Kevin barely survives failure. Kevin dreads examinations; he has never been able to get himself out of the dark …

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10 Coronavirus Precautions to take as a school owner, ahead of resumption.

On Saturday, 29th of August, the Lagos state government announced the reopening of schools. Tertiary institutions are now to resume academic activities on 14th of September while basic and secondary schools are to resume “tentatively” on 21st of the same month. From the figures provided by the Nigeria Center for Disease Control, the virus is …

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Obscured heroes; Why your struggling students are your greatest assests.

When you look at your poorest student, what do you see? An obstruction to your progress? Or an opportunity to be great? Teaching struggling students may be the number one headache for teachers. Whenever you teach something in class, everyone gets it except that one (or more) student. “Why don’t you just get it,” we …

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Lessons from ‘La Casa De Papel – Money Heist’

About a month ago, the world’s most watched non-English series aired its 4th season on Netflix. This series launched in May of 2017 was composed by Manel Santisteban, a Spanish film composer. 3 years, an 8.4 IMDb rating, with viewership spanning over 180 countries later, the Spanish TV series increased Netflix subscribers by 7.4million with …

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