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Happiness and Children: How to Raise Happier Kids?

Happiness looks different for each one of us. But happiness, for most of us, could be broadly categorized as positive thoughts and emotions. Happiness is a feeling that people tend to attain or achieve. Our sense of well-being heightens when we are happy. Just like we feel emotions and feelings, children do too. Happiness is as essential to them as it is for us.  What do you think makes children happy? How can you, as a parent, help them achieve happiness? It is important to pay attention to the happiness of your child. The practices to bring up a happy child should start from a young age since that is the age their cognitive, emotional, personality, and social development features...

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Robots in the World of Education- Problem Solving and Critical Thinking

Robots are the most futuristic forms of educational tools in the present. When we say futuristic, we mean the knowledge and learning children get from Robots are the real-world skills necessary for someone growing up in the 21st Century. Critical thinking and problem-solving skills are essential skills to ace in life later. Problem-solving is one of those complex areas in education that is extremely valuable to learn about but very difficult to teach. Search for such teaching techniques has ended up in "out of the box" ideas, like the field of robotics. Let's explore how Robots can aid classrooms and teachers in developing analytical thinking in students. STEM learning We cannot have conversations on education through Robots without talking about...

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How are Children Affected by the Pandemic, and What a Parent can do

We are amidst the global Pandemic that has stripped us off of our everyday lives. Every aspect of our living has had an impact from this Pandemic.  As adults, we try to grapple on to the changes and adjust to the present; but toddlers and children have been amongst the most affected, although they might not be old enough to realize that.  Let's look at the social disorder that emerged from Covid-19, which is a prevailing threat to children and their families' well-being. Children have lost and missed out on opportunities that could have aided them in their growth. Children all around the world are trying and struggling to cope with the illness, change, and trauma around them. And vaccines...

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How Artificial Intelligence is Giving Children a Head Start in Life

Artificial intelligence (AI) allows machines to learn in a way that mimics human intelligence. Once merely the subject of futuristic novels, AI is now being used to improve nearly every industry. If you’re a parent, you’ll be excited to know that this includes early childhood education. While utilizing AI technology in the classroom might sound strange, the decrease in available teachers warrants such a move. Fortunately, it appears that AI is actually giving children a head start in life. Artificial Intelligence in Early Childhood Education While many people don’t realize it, artificial intelligence and early childhood education are already very well connected. In fact, they share a dynamic relationship that’s constantly improving. Back in 2017, Scientific American explained how researchers were using...

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How Do Robots Facilitate Better Learning?

Children and parents should ideally spend time together doing things they love. Such interactions are extremely important as they form the framework for learning in children’s formative years. However, for busy working parents who are trying hard to cope with these fast-paced times, time spent with children is almost a luxury. How Do Children Learn? Generally, children are social learners. Just as they learn from their environment, they also listen to you, understand you, interpret your intentions, and mimic you. The number of words children hear by age three influences their academic success by age nine. Words are just linguistic means, but conversations include non-verbal information, including meaningful associations, adult responsiveness, and social interaction patterns. Conversations, or someone to talk back...

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