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What is the Negativity Bias? The negativity bias is our tendency to register negative stimuli more readily and to form our perceptions, behaviour and actions on the basis of this experience. In this post, you will learn: how to spot the negativity bias and deal with it constructively.

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Career awareness is a process that can help children and young people to learn what it takes to enter and be successful in a work setting that interests them. In this post, you will learn: How to nurture the learning process? Why career awareness matters? How to develop career awareness? Do you want your kids to make informed decisions and choose careers that will make them happy and sucessful? Developing career awareness is the solution!

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In mathematics, many of the elements performed are formulaic and repetitive and erros may crop up. It is important to refocus, take a step back and look for patterns whether this is the simplification of an infinite sum or finding the solution to a trigonometry problem. Not only will good methods reduce the number of errors that you make but the maths problems will also be easier to tackle.

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Creative Story Writing with Play benefits kids and their parents and carers. Children feel valued, loved and connected. Talking and listening is beneficial for adults, too, because it helps in building close relationship. These skills are important for success at school and in life.

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Lifelong learners who are bosses of their learning are not afraid to ask questions, to evaluate their learning and to take action in order to achieve their goals. Learning to learn involves a depth of personal learning than skill development alone. Teaching the skill of learning to learn may take time and effort but once people learn this skill, their progress accelerates and they are more successful.

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