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  Playschool is the first steps of the child towards his or her future. It is an essential part of a child's early education. Preschool is supposed to be the stepping stone for a child's foundation. Preschool provides a foundation for learning both socially and academically that will help your child succeed in elementary school. Playschool gives a child exposure to the world and helps him understand the morals and lessons which he/she carries with themselves in the


Meeting the needs of all the children in your class seems like a daunting task. Because it is. However, classrooms in the 21st century are demanding this style. In fact, our whole society is demanding it. With the viral spread of technology and social media, the change in our language and ways of communicating is changing the way our education system must look. Don't get me wrong, change is good, technology is good, and yes, social media is good. What's not good about


Anyone? Anyone? Bueller... Bueller... Bueller... Who knew, when you signed up for your AP Calculus your senior year, that you'd end up with a celebrity doppelganger of Ben Stein for your teacher? Too bad your last name really is Bueller.


My interests in the relations obtaining between personal desires and the engagement with learning are traceable to my own experiences of returning to education as an adult. After leaving school at 16, with no expectation that I would ever go to university, I worked for 12 years in industry. I returned to education and enrolled at a university after becoming unemployed during the economic downturn of the early 1990s.


As our nation continues to combat the remnants of tough economic times, we must not forget to forge ahead without taking a closer look at the state of our educational systems. With over 1.2 million students dropping out of school each year, this in itself is playing a major factor in the downturn of our economy.


At our live Breakthrough Strategies to Teach and Counsel Troubled Youth workshops held through the U.S., we often get requests for interventions that can enhance self-worth-- and we do have many creative methods for all age levels.