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url 2018-04-13 10:45
Shifting Educational Goals Conscious Parenting Book Excerpt in Times of Malta
Conscious Parenting: Mindful Living Course for Parents - Nataša Pantović Nuit

Shifting Educational Goals Times of Malta
Education should teach children how to ask appropriate questions, how to analyse a problem, stimulate a desire to learn, and flexibility to consider different points of view.
Education should teach children how to ask appropriate questions, how to analyse a problem, stimulate a desire to learn, and flexibility to consider different points of view.

One of the biggest problems of education today is that the ‘factory model’ of teaching: the top-down approach and the rewards-and-punishments ap­proach, limit students’ ability to contribute with their imagination and creativity.

[quote]In the Finnish educational model, active learning is taken seriously. Schoolchildren do not sit at their desks memorising
- Natasa Pantovic[/quote]
The system needs a shift in focus: from one that teaches children a curriculum, to the one that inspires lifelong learning. Education has to shift from conveying knowledge in a static curriculum package to enabling teachers and students to view knowledge as a dynamic entity that is constantly changing.

Both Waldorf and Montessori learning methods establish a collaborative environment without tests, with the child’s learning and creativity at the centre of the focus. They go against the grain of traditional educational methods.

To read the full Conscious Parenting book excerpt published in Times of Malta Education Section by Nataša Nuit Pantović please go to:

https://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20120527/education/Shifting-education-goals.421503

Source: www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20120527/education/Shifting-education-goals.421503
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url 2018-04-13 10:22
Educational Methods reaping rewards - Conscious Parenting Training in Times of Malta
Conscious Parenting: Mindful Living Course for Parents - Nataša Pantović Nuit

Nordic countries’ teaching methods reaping rewards

Unesco statistics of tertiary education enrollment by country show that while 21.5 per cent of Maltese students successfully enrol into university each year, 70 per cent of the students in Nordic countries continuing their education after secondary school.

Nordic countries use techniques and tools that encourage collaboration
- Nataša Pantovic

Comparing the Nordic countries (Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland) with other EU countries, the difference clearly stands out. Steering towards a knowledge society for them meant higher education became a must. It also appears that the Nordic educational system uses methodologies and tools that ultimately encourage and inspire learning.

To read Times of Malta Article, Book Excerpt from Nataša Nuit Pantović https://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20120318/education/Nordic-countries-teaching-methods-reaping-rewards.411568

Source: www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20120318/education/Nordic-countries-teaching-methods-reaping-rewards.411568
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text 2018-04-07 11:14
To Secure Your Future Get Teaching Jobs in Pakistan

There are many government and private jobs in Pakistan for teachers. Because new schools are opening every day to provide high quality education on the demand of many parents. These new schools offers many teaching jobs in Pakistan. Gaining basic education is the right of every Pakistani. So schools will always be in need for new teachers. They post job ads daily for teaching positions in different newspapers or online job sites to announce vacancies of teaching jobs in Pakistan.

As a new school opens it posts ads for new teaching jobs available in Pakistan for all subjects. They post ads in Daily Dawn Newspaper Jobs, Daily Dunya Newspaper Jobs and jobs section of various other newspapers. These various daily newspapers are sold in almost all cities of Pakistan.

So you can find teaching jobs in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and many other cities of Pakistan. If you think buying so many newspapers is a waste of your money. Then you should know there are many websites that provide ad clippings of latest jobs in Pakistan from daily newspapers.

BeEducated.pk is one of those sites that provide ad clippings of new jobs available in Pakistan. Jobs ads for all cities of Pakistan are available on their website. They have made it very easy to navigate through different newspapers and their job advertisement clippings. You also allow you to share the ad clippings with your friends and colleagues. If you are looking for a teaching jobs in Pakistan then visit the website right now.
We can say whoever enters the Pakistan’s education sector as a teacher now will secure their future as well. Because while teaching you will gain experience on the basis of which you can apply for bigger and better schools, colleges or universities. As bigger institutions pay you better salaries and provide you with many good opportunities to make you succeed in your career.

There are many Government schools in our country which are always in the need of teachers. They offer government teaching jobs in Pakistan. Government jobs are most secure jobs here and they provide many benefits. So try getting a teaching job in pakistan to secure your future and to nurture students to become a successful member of this country.

Source: www.beeducated.pk/jobs-in-basic-education-jobs
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review 2018-02-20 01:16
Release Day ARC Review: Teaching Ben by Shae Connor
Teaching Ben (Dreamspun Desires Book 52) - Shae Connor

Ben Cooper put in his time with the military, but at 24 is now looking for a fresh start, using his GI bill to attend college in Savannah, GA. And finally step out of the closet. 

David Powell is a TA in Ben's class, same age as Ben, but obviously off-limits due to his status. David also had some struggles in his past, but has tried hard to stay away from temptation and stay the course. 

The attraction is immediate, but neither can act on it, thus there is lots of UST in this book, and the romance is super slow burn. David and Ben become friends, and as they learn more about each other, and secrets are revealed, their friendship, while platonic, becomes even stronger. 

I liked how the author gave Ben room to expand his horizons, how she let him spread his wings, away from his commandeering father, away from the rigors and structure of the Air Force, building the life he wants to live. 

David made a huge mistake once and it cost him dearly. He's making up for it, but he also knows that he cannot step a single foot out of line, no matter how attracted he is to Ben. The author did a fine job fleshing out his character and giving him a background story that felt realistic and believable in how much it still impacted his life. 

Told alternatively from Ben's and David's point-of-view, we get a well-rounded story with a believable plot that even had a bit of suspense, though the villain of the story was rather clear from the get-go and the suspense was more in how this particular piece of the plot would unfold and impact their budding relationship. 

As with all the books in this series, there is little explicit steam on page, which is fine as far as I'm concerned. I much rather read about the relationship development, and how the two MCs get to their HEA than about what they do in the bedroom. I much rather see an emotional connection develop more so that a romp in the sheets, and I got that here. Ben and David really clicked, like they were meant to find each other, with both of them having had to struggle to get to this point in their lives, which meant that they were more aware of what they found and thus more protective of it. 

I enjoyed reading this. 


** I received a free copy of this book from its publisher in exchange for an honest review. **

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review 2017-11-05 00:00
Teaching Patience (Homespun)
Teaching Patience (Homespun) - Katie Crabapple The characters that Katie Crabapple have created in this series are amazing. They are flawed and real in a way that a lot of other authors cannot capture. Reading about a character in the old west who suffers from a germ phobia or crippling social anxiety was a revelation to me as it's difficult to even find contemporary romance books that address those issues.
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