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The COVID-19 pandemic has completely changed how children learn; music education is no exception. In many places across the globe, gone are the days (temporarily!) when children could learn an instrument with their tutor in the flesh. Luckily, places like Dash Home Learning Institute are offering online music lessons
Ok, so we’re back to online learning for children and classes from home. But it’s not the end of the world, and children need to learn, and a computer and Zoom classes can be just as enriching as the classroom. It’s up to parents and teachers alike to persevere and
Homeschooling in Thailand can be a daunting prospect, particularly if you’re an expat family that is new to the country, or if you’re new to homeschooling in general. In this blog, we’ll go through everything you need to know about homeschooling in Thailand, whether you’re a local or expat family.
a guest blog by My Online Schooling parent, Phil Oligario What is racism?
Racism is a form of bullying and intimidation driven by fear. The Britain I arrived in of the 80’s was not what it is now. At the time, all ethnic minorities were misunderstood and often derided. It
How much do you know about your family’s history? This week’s blog is a guest post about Black history and genealogy, written by My Online Schooling parent Shamayah Marcellin. Shamayah shares her fascinating journey to discovering her family’s ancestral roots.
Black History & Genealogy – six degrees of separation by… Read More
by Alison Evans, My Online Schooling English Teacher
2020 has so far been a year in which it is easy to feel powerless, especially when it comes to the idea of racial injustice. The events in America that sparked the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement could make us feel that not
What is Black History Month?
October is Black History Month here in the UK. We celebrate Black History Month (BHM) across the country to not only challenge racism, but to further the cause of greater recognition of, and education on the important historical events and people that are often overlooked