When it comes to resources for nursing educators, there is no shortage of options available. With so many different types of resources out there, it can be tough to know where to start. Luckily, we’ve compiled a list of some great resources for everything from presenting materials to pivoting into remote learning.
It’s no secret that money is a major source of stress for many people. And when it comes to teenagers, this stress can be magnified tenfold. After all, they’re just starting out in life and are still learning the ropes when it comes to financial responsibility. Fortunately, there are steps you can take as a parent to help your teen become financially savvy.
Over the past 30 years of using the Singapore math methodology in some American schools, its popularity has only grown. We suggest exploring the instructions and tips below for anyone involved in elementary school math in one way or another: teachers, parents, or students who need to pull up their basic math competency. What is … Read more
Parental burnout—which is defined as the mental and physical fallout from accumulated stress in one’s parenting duties—can be harmful both to parents and their children, as reported by the Association for Psychological Science. In current times, parents can be subjected to considerable pressure, but being a “perfect mom or dad” is impossible, and attempting to do … Read more
Nurses work long hours and deal with a lot of stress in their line of work. Still, most nurses couldn’t imagine doing any other kind of work. It’s fulfilling and challenging, perfect for compassionate people who want to make a positive difference in people’s lives. Still, the world of nursing is far from perfect. Many … Read more
Approximately 70% of weddings were postponed at the peak of the pandemic and this fact only served to solidify a growing trend: that of parenthood prior to marriage. While in decades past, marriage was considered a crucial step prior to having a baby, nowadays, many don’t mind changing the order around. One reason is the fact … Read more
All nurses have it rough. Long shifts, emotional and physical trauma, the threat of contracting germs and viruses. Subtract sleep from the equation and an even more dire picture begins to form. Night nurses have all of the same responsibilities as their day shift counterparts. The only difference? The job takes place when all the … Read more