Articles about parenting


Why the Language We Use About Learning Determines Inclusivity

Last updated: 11/17/2018

“For them if you use words like makerspaces, project-based learning, different pedagogies, it scares them,” Berger said. “They feel like, ‘don’t experiment with my kids.

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How to Plan and Implement Continuous Improvement In Schools

Last updated: 11/17/2018

The basic tenets of the process involve understanding the problem, defining a manageable goal, identifying the drivers that could help reach that goal, and then testing small ideas

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15 Money-Making Ideas For Teens

Last updated: 11/17/2018

Generating an income as a teenager can be challenging. Their main focus is on education, as it should be, leaving little time for financial endeavours. As teens become more indepe

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How To Make a Spring Activity Jar | Family Focus Blog

Last updated: 11/17/2018

You’ve trudged through snowbanks. You’ve braved the cold winds. You’ve bundled up in eight different layers just to travel from the house to the car. It’s been a long siege

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10 People Who Make Parenting Harder

Last updated: 11/16/2018

This is the ultimate slap in the face to a parent: You innocently bring your kid to a carnival, someplace you’d rather not be to begin with and are doing soley for the kids, an

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How to Avoid Power Struggles over Getting Dressed - Positive Parenting Solutions

Last updated: 11/15/2018

Positive Parenting Solutions   /   positive power   I’m not wearing that! Most parents can relate to the morning battle over what to wear to school. Even though your child’s

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How to Design a School That Prioritizes Kindness and Caring

Last updated: 11/15/2018

They started by announcing the school’s theme for the year: “Carrollwood Day School: Where Caring is Common.” To bring in parents and teachers, they invited both groups to re

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Perspective | How to keep the peace when one parenting approach doesn’t fit both kids

Last updated: 11/15/2018

Q: Generally, when my daughters misbehave, they receive the same kind of punishment (no chores equal no tech). I've tried to make the punishments even across the board. As my 9-ye

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World Kindness Day: Free printable kindness bookmarks #WorldKindnessDay

Last updated: 11/14/2018

Kindness is SUCH an important skill to teach out kids, which is why World Kindness Day is such a fabulous day to celebrate within the calendar. Why not check it out? We have put K

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Women in Early Childhood Education: My Interview With Play & Grow Founder Karen Whittier | Early Childhood Education | 30Seconds Dad

Last updated: 11/14/2018

Karen Whittier, aka Teacher Karen, is not only an Early Childhood professional, founder of Play and Grow and 30Seconds contributor, but an advocate for play and recess. She live

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