HOW TO KEEP STUDENTS FROM BEING EXPOSED TO FAKE NEWS

For those raised in the information age, life without the internet is no life at all. It is often a primary focus of a teen’s day (75% of teens are online several times per day) and an important means by which they communicate with the world and take in new information. While information can be [...]

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Classwork Series {Computer Science – JSS1}: Data and Information

Computer Science,JSS 1,Week 6 Topic: Data and Information Introduction "Data" comes from a singular Latin word, datum, which originally meant "something given." Its early usage dates back to the 1600s. Over time "data" has become the plural of datum. "Information" is an older word that dates back to the 1300s and has Old French and [...]

Classwork Series { Basic Technology – JSS2}: Information and Communication Technology

Basic Technology,JSS 2 First Term, Week 2  Topic: Information and Communication Technology (ICT) ICT is an acronym that stands for Information and Communication Technology. ICT covers a broad spectrum of activities involving production, processing and distribution of information and knowledge. The basic element of ICT and the determinants of level of access to it are [...]

Sexual Abuse: 7 Things You Should Know To Keep You Safe

Child sex abuse is fast becoming a problem in our society, and it is not uncommon to hear really sad stories of the terrible things that some children and teenagers have suffered at the hands of sexual predators. No other time in history but now has it become ever more important for young ones to [...]

How To Develop Your Memory For Information Retention

To remember something new, it must be clearly impressed in the brain. It requires time and effort to learn new concepts. To imprint new information into the brain, it’s important to schedule periodic study sessions and constantly review information in your mind. Here are some general principles of memory improvement: 1. Attention (Concentration) It requires [...]

Am I Dumb If I Am Not Doing Well In School?

SMART The answer to the above posed question is a hefty No! In as much as you have a functional brain, then you can learn the things you need to function well in society. The problem here could be that the learning style employed at school does not fit you best, your own [...]