Raising children (well) through the Covid19 crisis

Raising children (well) through the Covid19 crisis

Another webinar from our team at TomorrowToday, featuring Jude, Tamryn and Graeme. This one focuses specifically on parenting and “corona schooling”. Raising children (well) through the Covid19 crisis from The Future of Work Academy on Vimeo. The link in...
A framework for ensuring holistic wellness

A framework for ensuring holistic wellness

Another in our team’s webinar series, this one looks at the Circle of Courage. This is a framework used for youth at risk, identifying four key areas that young people need to show competence in as they develop a sense of health and wellbeing. This conversation...
Dealing with Anxiety in the Covid crisis

Dealing with Anxiety in the Covid crisis

Our team at TomorrowToday has been hosting free webinars in the past few weeks. The very first one was about how different personality types deal with stress and anxiety, and some tips on how you can do better in a time of Covid crisis. Watch a replay here: How...
The great homework debate

The great homework debate

It seems that the great homework debate has been hitting school car parks, parents all over social media, dinner party conversations (for those of us who are still wild and crazy enough not to be in bed by 8.30pm) and I'm sure, school staff rooms, hard and fast this...
Let your kids be bored!

Let your kids be bored!

In an article that appeared in the New York Times this week, the author, Pamela Paul suggests that we need to let our kids be bored again – there are many benefits to it, creativity, problem-solving and self-sufficiency just a few to name. Graeme shares some of...
Teach your kids to code

Teach your kids to code

The reason you should teach your kids to code is not necessarily about setting them up for a career in coding, but rather for kids to learn to understand code and speak the language of the machines.Coding for kids can be a fun activity to do together, with plenty of...
Why using Google in the classroom isn’t cheating

Why using Google in the classroom isn’t cheating

Allowing our children to use technology in the classroom, to access information on Google, is not cheating!We need to stop worrying about testing kids on their memory and rather teach them how to access, use and learn from the abundance of information they already...
The key skills Google looks for in graduates

The key skills Google looks for in graduates

Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 Share0 What are the key skills that Google (and other big companies) now look for in their job candidates? What are the skills that we should be teaching our children that will prepare them for any career. What are the new set of skills to put...