Empowering teachers with tools to make an impact on young students’ lives
Worried about how much time your children are spending staring at screens? Counting the hours may be the wrong focus.
Stoking the Fire for learning in the Young and Inquisitive.
It will come as no surprise that the environment in which a child grows up shapes them as the individual they eventually come to be. What might be surprising is how integral it is, not just to their development but their long-term prospects later down the line.
Writing is a potent activity for young students who are still learning how to clearly articulate and communicate their thoughts.
Studies show that how your child perceives, controls, and evaluates emotions in themselves and others, and how they use that information determines the quality of their life as an adult.
It’s not uncommon for new parents to obsess over key development milestones for babies and toddlers. That being said, those early years are just a small part of their development path.
During the past few decades, technology has been an incredible catalyst in transforming nearly every aspect of our lives. In today’s world, most people would struggle to function normally without regular access to their electronic devices.
As a parent or guardian, we all ask ourselves the same question: how can we support our child’s learning? Many studies have looked at the importance of parental involvement in child development, and the results are clear: getting involved in your child’s education has a greater impact on that child’s development than school.