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How to Start a Waldorf School

The Waldorf approach to education began in the early 1900s with the work of Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner. Steiner believed that children should be taught in a way that addressed their individual needs and abilities and that education should aim… Continue Reading →

12 Long-Term Goals Every Pre-K-12 Program Should Have

As a pre-K-12 program, you want to set teaching goals and objectives that will help your students succeed not only in school but also in life. But what are the best goals to set? Here is a list of 12… Continue Reading →

How to Address Common Parent Concerns About a Child’s Learning

Starting school can be a big adjustment for both kids and parents. For parents, it can be a time of anxiety and stress as they worry about their child’s ability to keep up with their classmates. They may also have… Continue Reading →

How Does a School Management System Work?

Have you ever wondered how a school management system works? Or what goes on behind the scenes when you log in to your child’s school website? This article will take a look at how a typical school management system works… Continue Reading →

5 Ways Waldorf Schools Are Different From Montessori Schools

Have you ever heard of a Waldorf school? How are Waldorf schools different from Montessori schools? Montessori schools tend to be more popular, but both approaches to education have a lot to offer. Let’s dive into what exactly consists of… Continue Reading →

8 Ways to Simplify School Communications for Small Schools

Small schools have a lot on their plate. They are responsible for providing an education to students, but they also have to communicate with parents, guardians, and the community. This can be a lot to manage, especially if the school… Continue Reading →

Why Outdoor Learning is Crucial for Academic Growth

Outdoor learning is an educational approach that incorporates learning experiences in natural settings. It has been shown to improve academic performance, social and emotional development, and physical health. See below the benefits and how to implement this approach into your… Continue Reading →

Are Small Schools Ready to Accept Crypto Payments?

With the increasing popularity of cryptocurrencies, more and more businesses are beginning to accept them as a form of payment. This includes small businesses and even schools. While there are many benefits to accepting crypto payments, some challenges also need… Continue Reading →

5 School Technologies All Christian Schools Should be Using

As the world progresses, technology advances. Unfortunately, many Christian schools are falling behind in using these new school technologies to help improve their education. Christian schools must keep up with the times and be aware of the latest technologies they… Continue Reading →

What a Good Teacher Training Looks Like

A good teacher training program should provide participants with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary to become effective teachers. While there is no one-size-fits-all approach to teacher training, certain elements are essential for all programs. This article will discuss what… Continue Reading →

10 Best Educational Movies Your Students Must Watch

Teachers are always looking for ways to keep their students engaged and excited about learning. And what better way to do that than by showing them educational movies? There are tons of great films out there that cover a wide… Continue Reading →

Putting Together a Good Curriculum for Your Islamic School

When it comes to Islamic education, the curriculum is of utmost importance. A good curriculum for your Islamic school will not only teach children the basics of Islam but also inspire them to love and practice the religion. Unfortunately, many… Continue Reading →

How to Manage Microschool Payments

Microschools are a great option for families looking for an alternative to traditional education. They offer many benefits, including flexible schedules, individualized instruction, and a close-knit community. But one of the challenges of microschools is managing microschool payments. How Microschools… Continue Reading →

How to Incorporate Fun Activities in Your Small School on a Budget

Incorporating fun activities in your small school can be a great way to keep students engaged and excited about learning. It can be challenging to do this with low funds. However, there are a few ways that you can incorporate… Continue Reading →

10 Fun Montessori School Activity Ideas

Montessori schools provide a unique learning environment for children. The activities are designed to help children learn through hands-on experience. Here are ten fun Montessori school activity ideas that your students will love: #1: Building with Blocks One of the… Continue Reading →

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