'The term ‘21st century skills’ is used often in education, and refers to a range of competencies that today’s students need to develop, in order for them to contribute productively to the 21st century workplace. These ‘21st century skills’ include the ‘Four C’s’; Communication, Critical Thinking, Creativity and Collaboration. Teachers and schools create opportunities for students to develop the ‘Four C’s’ in a range of ways.'
'Research suggests that dreams are a way of processing threats. So what if we actively engaged a conscious dream where we can see ourselves as safe and in control? It it a little bit like experimenting with guided imagery, where we use our own symbols to evoke a sense of calm, or comfort or safety.'
The importance of sleep cannot be overstated. Quality sleep is as important to our health as proper nutrition and physical activity.
With this is mind, establishing a bedtime routine is critical. Predictable routines give children confidence and security in knowing what comes next at bedtime. It creates positive feelings around going to sleep, helps your child get to sleep quicker and experience better quality sleep.