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Strategies to Avoid the Summer Slump: Keep your Kids Learning, Active, and Engaged

For most kids, the idea of summer is fun and exhilarating. It's a time to be outdoors, take family vacations and participate in other fun activities. However, over the long summer holiday there is a chance for kids to regress from “summer learning loss.” In this article Concordia ES counselor Ben Fishman shares tips on how to keep kids learning all summer long... 

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Concordia Students Solve Real-World Challenges Using Design Thinking

Recently, students in Concordia’s Social Entrepreneurship class participated in a lively discussion about cleaning products. To the casual observer, teenagers discussing home care products might seem unusual, but for this particular group, the discussion was a necessary part of their design thinking process, a tool they use to solve complicated problems.

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Developing a Fondness for Fitness During and After School

The goal of physical education at Concordia is to encourage a student’s enthusiasm for physical activity and channel it toward improving motor skills, building sportsmanship and having fun. With nine health and physical education specialists across four school divisions at the school, students are exposed daily to the benefits that physical activity has on both their physical and emotional health...

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Source: Shine.com
Concordia student Ashley Tang has explored the little-known world of Thailand's coral reef, and in her article featured in Shanghai Daily she gives insight into a program that lets Concordia students do their part to help save this struggling ecosystem. Read more.