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Lessons Babies Teach Us
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  • Oct 25, 2017

Lessons Babies Teach Us

Have you ever had the privilege of being up close with a baby? I think they are very cute. They make funny faces, interesting sounds, and are most adorable when they giggle. My submission? Babies are the greatest humans on earth.

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Raising Children in a World of Fake News
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  • Oct 18, 2017

Raising Children in a World of Fake News

Your children need to know how to deal with fake news

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Creating Opportunities for Learners to Contribute to Change & Development
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  • Oct 11, 2017

Creating Opportunities for Learners to Contribute to Change & Development

Lately, I have been unable to push away the thought that our educational system more often than not prolongs the time that learners can truly start to contribute to societal development by its sheer lack of opportunities for learners to initiate and execute projects that will provide real solutions to present challenges facing our society.

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Parenting Deliberately
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  • Aug 17, 2017

Parenting Deliberately

In my opinion bringing a child into this world in the capacity of a biological father or mother doesn’t naturally bestow you with the natural grace for being a parent.

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Teach Your Child To Think Critically
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  • Jul 12, 2017

Teach Your Child To Think Critically

Thinking may seem a common thing to do but it is important to note that thinking critically is a skill that children need to learn to help them navigate life better.

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Education for Problem Solving
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  • Jul 03, 2017

Education for Problem Solving

A common meaning of the world problem within the context of education is, according to Webster's Dictionary "a question raised for inquiry, consideration, or solution "Problem solving is the act of thinking creatively-and-critically about ways to tackle an undesirable situation.

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Preserving Childlikeness in Children
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  • Jul 03, 2017

Preserving Childlikeness in Children

An amazing Ted Talk by 12-year old Adora Svitak titled What Adults Can Learn from Kids praises the virtues of childlikeness pointing out those behaviours in children that even we adults could learn from. There is profound truth in her words and I want to harp on those words today as I encourage you to help your child to preserve his or her childlikeness.

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Why Put a Lid on Your Dreams?
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  • Jul 03, 2017

Why Put a Lid on Your Dreams?

Sometimes it is tempting to think that one’s location in life can affect the quality and size of dreams a person can have. For example, how can you dream of making a flying car when you are from a country where even toothpicks are still largely imported.

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Everything Rises and Falls on Leadership
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  • Jul 03, 2017

Everything Rises and Falls on Leadership

I will never understand why Nigerians create four lanes of cars all facing one direction on a two-lane road thus blocking all oncoming traffic yet expecting to go through quickly. We all end up stuck in a place and no one budges until some traffic warden shows up.

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Creative Left Brains
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  • Jul 03, 2017

Creative Left Brains

Have you ever met someone who practiced his science like it is an art; an engineer who draws his technical diagrams with the finesse on an artist? In a world where we are quick to classify people as being largely left brained or right brained, creative left brains prove the point that it is possible to be creative at whatever you do.

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