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To bath or not to bath

Every so often, you will need to give your dog a bath, but there is a fine line between letting the dirt build up and overwashing

Should I bath my dog regularly, and how often should I do it?” is one of the […]

By |December 20th, 2017|Family, Pets|0 Comments
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Detox for Tet

Explore Spa by Le Méridien Saigon harnesses the healing powers of the sea

While Saigon has a million things going for it, including world-class street food, a vibrant nightlife scene and parks and rivers galore, life here can hardly be considered relaxing. With Western New Year and […]

By |December 19th, 2017|Health, Spa & Health, Travel|0 Comments
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Coding Matters

Coding allows students to develop an understanding of being able to use, and create with, digital technologies

If you have been involved with the education sector for the last 12 months or more you would have heard the call to have all children learn coding. The publicity […]

By |December 9th, 2017|Education, Family|0 Comments
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ISHCMC expands its facilities

ISHCMC has positioned itself with its new facilities as taking a leading role in transformative learning experiences that reflect key pathways to knowledge and the mastery of skills, as recognized by forward-thinking schools worldwide. Under the school’s evolving system, students […]

By |December 5th, 2017|Education, Family|0 Comments
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See the Signs

Seven common signs of a sickness in kittens and puppies

Unhealthy puppies and kittens can be difficult to deal with and one of the trickiest parts is to find out whether they are sick or not because they cannot tell us […]

By |November 16th, 2017|Family, Pets|0 Comments
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Nothing to Sneeze at

Flu season is year round in Vietnam, which means it might be time to schedule your flu shot

Everyone gets the flu now and then. You know the symptoms—sore throat, fever, coughing, a runny nose, and a lack of energy that will likely see […]

By |October 26th, 2017|Family, Health|0 Comments
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The Future Classroom

Ditching assigned seatings in favor of beanbags and standing desks

Flexible learning spaces been the buzzwords of industry for many years now and it appears this concept has developed  from a ‘nice idea’ to the current directional norm. Riding the momentum of laidback start-ups, companies […]

By |October 22nd, 2017|Education, Family|0 Comments
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Not for DOGS

Human food that are dangerous for dogs to consume

You probably want to share all your delicious people food with your pup. After all, who can resist those puppy-dog eyes begging for a morsel? But hold off on spoiling your fur baby. Sometimes being a good […]

By |October 22nd, 2017|Family, Pets|0 Comments
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Make it Personal

Help learners take control of and manage their own learning

As I look at this school year, one of the trends that I see becoming more apparent is student use of personal learning environments (PLEs). Essentially, a PLE is the collection of go-to tools that […]

By |October 18th, 2017|Education, Family|0 Comments
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How technology can help dyslexic learners help themselves

Dyslexia is not something that a person ‘grows out of,’ so dyslexic students need to develop ways of working that use their strengths and bypass their limitations. These technologies are not intended to replace […]

By |September 26th, 2017|Education, Family|0 Comments