IT’S a common misconception that IQ (intelligence quotient) is more important than EQ (emotional quotient). Research have shown that EQ is more significant than IQ when it comes to predicting success in life.
NOW that school’s out, our children will be spending a significant amount of time at home, over a long period of time. This can be a headache for unprepared parents —and an opportunity for others. One of the opportunities we can seize is to develop their sense of responsibility.
World Health Organisation (WHO) has issued a warning about dealing with family and children during this difficult time. Some children and young people may be feeling more isolated, anxious, bored and uncertain. They may feel fear and grief over the impact of the virus on their families.