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April 5, 2021
Check out some of the latest news in the early learning industry!
There comes a time when every parent struggles with how best to discipline their child. Whether dealing with a screaming toddler or an angry teen, it can be hard to control your temper. No parent wants to find themselves in such a situation and the bottom line is that shouting and physical violence never help.
This situation may be extreme, but most parents I know have some version of this complaint. It's a good question: Why don't kids just do what we say the first time we say it?! And there's a good answer. Several, in fact. Here are eight reasons from the child's perspective -- plus solutions that work for parents!
Research shows that using games in teaching can help increase student participation, foster social and emotional learning, and motivate students to take risks.
Two dozen states are considering bills on the subject. Proponents say student debt and heightened interest in economic inequality are behind the efforts.
Research shows that hope is a measurable, learnable skill—and to feel hopeful, students and teachers have to work at it.