Education

It’s a fine line to maneuver between being involved in your child’s school education and smothering them by trying to smooth over every little problem they encounter or pushing them to excel at every academic endeavor.
Relocating to another country with children can be confusing for them. Moving to Europe offers a new atmosphere of cultural differences and surroundings. Introducing new sights or cultural concepts to kiddos through reading or games can be a fun way to mentally explore the notion of a new place.
A military background brings with it an ability to collaborate, problem-solve and thrive under pressure, making veterans well-positioned to take on leadership roles in the corporate world.
I still read to my 10-year-old son almost every night. It’s not that he’s unable to read to himself. In fact, his reading skills have always been above average for his age and grade.
Educators are among the many on the frontlines of COVID-19. During a time of immense disruption, they are quickly adapting their teaching methods, testing new skills, and discovering solutions to advance learning in profound new ways.
Before I even stepped foot in Germany, one of the first things my friends told me about are the flea markets, "Flohmarkt." I had visions of Goodwill or Salvation Army stores in my head, so I really didn’t understand what the excitement was about.
Long before the Coronavirus turned our lives upside down, online instruction has helped millions around the world gain competency and credits toward certification and academic degrees.
One of the joys of a tour of duty or assignment taking you to the heart of Europe is the chance to travel far and wide.
When it comes to showing teachers appreciation for all that they do, a personal gift is always appreciated. However, sometimes what they really want is the proper tools to help them in the classroom.
Math can be one of the toughest subjects to conquer, even in a typical school year. In today’s unusual learning environment, new challenges are presenting themselves to teachers and students alike.
Being stationed abroad doesn’t mean you have to put your education on hold. You can continue your studies through DOD contracted schools for service members and their dependents with a variety of options to fit your lifestyle.
Central Texas College
This fall semester is unlike any experienced in recent history, with some students learning at home, and teachers facing new challenges to keep students engaged.
Children are spending more time online due to social distancing measures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Whether heading back to the classroom or back to a digital device this fall, it is important to be prepared. Get your children set up for academic success with the following resources and gear:
The Children’s Book Project is developed to help parents, educators, caregivers, libraries, and schools. The project is bilingual, written in English and Spanish, with its main focus in discussing each book along with a lesson plan or workbook.