Kids need to feel in control of certain areas of their life. They also need boundaries. Create family rules but ensure that there is flexibility too.Fights are based upon two people with opposing views-sometimes a third way can be found that works for both you and your child.
When some words like obesity do not seem to have direct Kinyarwanda translations, we should work hard to keep it that way. Obesity is an unwanted social issue we need to keep out of Rwanda. How do we do that? By supporting government initiatives to shut down school canteens, for schools and parents to minimise sugar and over-eating in young people’s diets.
This week Education Times takes refuge in the dining rooms of our schools to find out what our children are being fed on. We found out that there is clearly a difference between public and private schools when it comes to feeding.
In journalism school they teach you how to find your way in unfamiliar places without compromising yourself. They teach you how to identify a guide to show you the ropes. They teach you how to vet him and what qualities to look for.
Nutritious feeding is the foundation of growth and development, but in many schools, the idea of proper feeding is still a dream. Experts argue that poor feeding affects academic abilities of students,
Human resource development is a vital component in a country’s economic policy. A country cannot develop by neglecting the honing of skills of its people. Many a times countries in the East Africa region have no coordinated national human resource development policy; yet the most challenging part in their economic development is lack of focus on the link between the economy and education.
From sweaty palms to cracking voices, speaking publicly can be terrifying, yet it is a crucial skill to have in this competitive job market. Jerry Seinfeld, an American actor once said, “According to most studies, people’s number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death.