Traditions of Chinese New Year Chinese New Year is defined as the first day of the first month based on the traditional Chinese lunar calendar which indicates both the moon phase and the time of the solar year. A lunar month is around 2 days shorter than a solar month and that is why, according […]

Interview with Professor Guy Claxton Professor Guy Claxton, who has a Cambridge ‘first’ and an Oxford doctorate, is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society, the Academy of the Social Sciences and the Royal Society of Arts Emeritus Professor of the Learning Sciences at the University of Winchester, where he co-directed the Centre for Real-World […]

The Importance of Reading Reading is the process of looking at written letters or symbols and getting meaning from them. We use our eyes to receive these symbols and our brains convert them into words and sentences that mean something to us. Reading gives us a place to go to when we have to stay […]

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