About: Vicki Tuchtan
Vicki Tuchtan is the Academic Director at Sage Institute of Education. She oversees learning processes, teaching outcomes, resources and course development. A passionate advocate for bettering standards of training in Australia, she is currently writing her PhD thesis on defining quality training in the Australian vocational education sector.
Recent Posts by Vicki Tuchtan
Sleep deprivation: how to survive when children won’t sleep
Lack of sleep? You must be a parent! Don’t find that joke funny? Fair call - sleep deprivation has a way of surgically removing our sense of humour. Besides, there’s nothing terribly funny about walking through your days in a zombielike state, bleary-eyed, teary, fatigued, permanently forgetful, and did we mention moody?
Pinkeye (Conjunctivitis) in Children & Babies: The Essential Guide
Conjunctivitis is an infection of the lining of the eye over the eyeball and the inside of the eyelids. The conjunctiva is the lining of the eyeball and the eyelid, hence the name conjunctivitis.
Also known as ‘pinkeye,’ conjunctivitis in children under the age of five, toddlers and babies is common. But
Why a high protein breakfast is essential for children’s learning
Now there’s even more proof that breakfast for children – especially a protein-rich one is important. Approximately one in four Australian children skip breakfast each day, and they are missing out on more than just food...
Why is breakfast so important?
Since the 1960’s it’s been pretty well-known and
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