Helping Students Find Their Own Momentum

Discipline? Motivation? Inspiration? What is it that a student truly needs to properly assess and integrate a lesson? Stimulating a child’s mind can be a tricky process and you need the right tools to do so. Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) is one of them. Haven’t tried it before? The results will amaze you!


Register here:

Marilena Dania, Harvard Graduate Spotlight

It is with great honor and pride that I dedicate this post to a close friend of mine who has always inspired me in my own personal journey of self-discovery.

A friend who was recently awarded the Derek Bok Public Service Prize in recognition of creative initiatives and her long-standing dedication as an advocate of LGBTQ+ mental health.

Marilena Dania, who recently graduated from Harvard, shared her thoughts with us:

“Earning my psychology degree entailed real dedication, long hours, and love. Above all, love. I loved putting in the work, so it never felt like a chore. And my family loved what I was doing and supported me throughout.”

Read full article here: Harvard Official.

Teachers of Special-Needs Students Struggle With Feelings of Helplessness

The dining room of Danielle Kovach of Succasunna, N.J., a teacher, has been turned into a one-room schoolhouse. While her sons, from left, Ryan, 12; Joseph, 15; and Michael, 19, were studying recently, she held an online grammar class with her students with special needs.

Remote learning has proved challenging for students who need intensive one-on-one guidance.

by Alina Tugend

Source: nytimes