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Children’s Mistakes Bring Big Rewards: Engagement

Kids say the darnedest things. My friend’s granddaughter was excited about her first day in first grade. We’ll call her Suzy for story telling purposes. …

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The Aftermath of Covid on Line Learning: RELIEVE YOURSELF OF THE NIGHTLY DRAMA ASSOCIATED WITH HOMEWORK!

Working with children who have been on-line for a year and watching them transition into the regular classroom, I have witnessed some new challenges for …

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Children’s Beliefs Impact Performance

If asked, will your child say they are terrible at math or good at math? Would they say they are a good student or a …

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Guarantee Your Children Have a Great Year: Help Them Identify & Shift Their Existing Beliefs

At the ripe age of one month or even before, children begin forming ideas about who they are and how they will survive in this …

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Parents Ask : “How can I get my child caught up? I feel like Covid got them behind?”

Believe it or not, your children are not behind anyone or anything. They are right where they should be. Parents everywhere are anxious about being …

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Source and Solution to Excessive Stress & Anxiety

Never in my 48 years in education have I witnessed so many children suffering from fear and anxiety. Their worlds were turned upside down which …

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