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How to Stay Motivated When You're Learning to Drive

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If you’ve become demotivated while learning to drive, you’re not alone. Whether it’s because you’re making slow progress, you’re not enthusiastic about driving, or any other reason, a lack of motivation is a common problem that many learner drivers face. Thankfully, it’s also a problem that everyone can overcome. If you’re sick of cancelling lessons and wasting money or feeling down about driving, here are 3 ways to keep yourself motivated.…

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3 Major Learning Styles Used In Early Childhood Education

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In the early years of your child’s development, the child will develop a style. This is where the child can choose the clothes they would love to wear or what activities they will take part in on a particular day. In the same way children develops their own style, they also develop a learning style. Children will grasp information best with a learning style that suits them. Since each child has a different learning style, it is essential for early childhood teachers to learn and understand the various learning styles so that all their students can benefit.…

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Three Things You Need to Know When Transporting Dangerous Goods

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While something classified as a ‘dangerous good’ may sound like it should be rare due to regulation, in actual fact many Australian businesses deal with the transport and storage of dangerous goods every day. Most of these dangerous goods are simply chemicals and gasses used in production, cleaning, farming or cooking and are only dangerous when handled incorrectly, the same way a car is dangerous in the hands of an inexperienced driver.…

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3 Ways a Canine Friend Could Help Improve Your Little One's Reading Skills

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Your child’s reading ability will go a long way in determining their chances in life. Reading is one of those skills which are like a virtuous cycle, when your child increases the amount of material they are reading, their reading skills improve. Numerous studies have linked academic success to the amount of reading that the child does. One of the challenges which come with trying to establish a reading culture with little kids is their short attention span.…

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What You Need to Know About the General Construction Induction Course

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Are you thinking of working in the construction industry? Whether you are a project manager, builder, contractor, supervisor, trades personnel, labourer, apprentice, trainee or even just an employee who’s been asked to be involved in a construction project, it is imperative to undergo a safety training course. The course is otherwise known as the general construction induction course and is not just essential but also mandatory if you wish to work in the construction industry.…

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