Category: Insights

Creative ways to keep your kids entertained at home during a pandemic

After a forced quarantine that affected, or is still affecting, almost every country in the entire world, society had to face new problems and[...]

Computers in classrooms: Should your kids use them?

Even though it will take time until our children go back to a “normal life” at school, there are several questions all parents are asking.[...]

3 tips and useful tools for homeschooling

We are facing a unique, and very difficult situation. Parents from all over the world are searching for tips for homeschooling, and for guides[...]

Top 5 activities for your child during Coronavirus

Play, play and play… they play in the bedroom, in the living room, in the dining room and even in the kitchen. How much can a child play[...]

Tips to manage your kids’ screen time during quarantine

Parents around the world are struggling with this quarantine. Somehow, all parents are learning to deal with a different and very intense[...]

Jobs of the future:
What will our kids do for a living?

The world is changing, and with it, the way in which we interact with each other is evolving, together with technology and with the new[...]

The best ways to boost your child’s concentration
and focus

Many parents around the world wonder how to improve their kids’ concentration and how to optimize the way in which they focus on a certain[...]

How do you become famous on YouTube as a kid?

The world’s hierarchies have changed and with that, the throne that used to belong to television is now moving forward to more personalized[...]

What are the best apps for teenagers? Find the best free apps for Android and iOS

Teens are on their phones 24/7. This might alarm some parents, but it’s not necessarily a bad thing — phones are powerful supercomputers[...]

Gen Z, Millennials, Gen Alpha… Where is your kid?

The world is changing pretty fast. The way our children interact with each other and with society is far from the way we used to as kids. The[...]


‘Girls Can’t Code’

How Tekkie Uni is Working to Close the STEM Gender Gap Girls can’t code. Programming is for boys. Girls just aren’t interested in[...]

Women in Tech, STEM, and Coding: Ida Rhodes

We’ve already told you about some incredible women who revolutionized technological fields. A few of these extraordinary women include NASA[...]