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Positive Affirmation in the Classroom

The subtle ways we help kids grow When I was in grade 11 or somewhere around then, I had my first purposeful encounter with positive…

Unlikely Classroom Props

Eco-savvy props from the things lying about your home One person’s trash is another’s treasure – just ask Wall-E. In the same vein, and by…

The Meaning of Red, and Other…

One of the first things you notice when learning about Chinese culture is the prominence the color red has. The flag is red, the…

Teaching Introverted Students

And why it’s not always a case of getting a “shy kid” to open up We tend to live loudly. Our ads are loud (ever…

The Future of Language & Learning…

One of the core beliefs and guiding principles here at VIPKid is that education—as both a pursuit and a philosophy—is indeed a learning process….

VIPKid Health: Best Superfood Snacks

Snackin’ is a global pastime, so make sure you’re doing it right! Superfood is a term that’s popped up in recent times, supposedly in a…

How to Get a Job Teaching…

Teach English in Portugal Introduction English has earned the status of lingua franca by being one of the most extensively used languages worldwide. It is commonly…

3 Strategies For Teaching Foreign Languages

Learning a new language isn’t easy! So when it comes to teaching a foreign language, educators need to figure out effective teaching strategies and…

What To Know About The Dragon…

With the summer season about to begin, it means the next major Chinese holiday is about to take place: The Dragon Boat Festival. This…

Learning through Pain – Using Sensory…

Dr. A D. Monceaux, Director, Lamar University Pathway Program, Beaumont, TX, USA Pulling from emotionally charged experiences can sometimes help support differentiated instruction – teaching…

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