Tag Archives: Philosophy of education

29Jun/21

Interdisciplinary Learning: Education Expert Recommends Residential Private Tuition for Problem-Based Learning, Deeming It an ‘Ancient Solution to a Modern Problem’

A movement into interdisciplinary schooling is at the forefront of innovative education. A departure from distinct school subjects feels not only sensible for a world that does not divide experiences into separate disciplines, but it is also a more employable approach to educating young minds. Continue reading

26May/20

Learning in the Age of COVID-19: How to Help Kids with Distance Learning

Many families have struggled to help their children adjust to distance learning since schools closed in March due to COVID-19. In a recent blog post from Stanford Children’s Health, experts offer ideas and advice for parents and families, including for children with special needs. Read more