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Managing Screen Time for Children

Today’s children are born into a world of touchscreens and are immersed in technology from a young age. Organizations such as the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) had previously determined that children...


Fostering Relationships with Geometry

Number sense and Numeration is a part of our every day studies. However, we have shifted our minds towards the study of shapes, angles, lines, curves, vertices, etc. Geometry is imperative in...


Self-Assessment: The ​Coloured-Pencil Method

Research has shown that self-assessments encourage children to build the skills to become independent, self-directed, life-long learners.  Keeping in mind that self-assessment is not about asking students to grade themselves , but...


Richland Academy’s Innovation Fair!

Creativity is one of the most critical skills for the future Recent surveys of 1,500 CEOs and 17 countries agree. The ability to dream, take chances, and create the things we imagine… these are...


We reached 100,000!

We would like to thank our followers for helping us reach over 100,000 views on our blog, Inquiry Minds. Inquiry Minds isn’t even a year old yet, but we’re going to celebrate...