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The Best Tips on Disciplining Children, According to Experienced Teachers

The Best Tips on Disciplining Children, According to Experienced Teachers

If you have kids, you may have noticed that they might act one way at home, but another completely different way at school—especially if their at-school behavior is better....

How New Models are Preparing Students for the Future of Work | Getting Smart

How New Models are Preparing Students for the Future of Work | Getting Smart

Today’s students will be an integral part of tomorrow’s workforce. This statement is no truer now than it was 20 years ago, or in 1980, 1960, 1940 or 1920. Yet the...

More than three quarters of parents anxious about cost of childcare

More than three quarters of parents anxious about cost of childcare

Lobby group, Pregnant Then Screwed, stated the Government’s childcare offer does not do enough to support parents with costs in the first two years. Nearly a fifth of parents...

The Field Comes Together to Advance Equity in Early Ed

The Field Comes Together to Advance Equity in Early Ed

Last month, the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) released a new position statement, "Advancing Equity in Early Childhood Education." At the core...

3 Ways to Create Learning Opportunities at Home

3 Ways to Create Learning Opportunities at Home

My 3.5-year-old loves to ask questions. He wants to know the names of all the bones in his leg, he wonders why he can see lightning in the sky but not thunder, and he notices...

Teen Safety: What Every Parent Needs to Know (and How to Reduce Risk)

Teen Safety: What Every Parent Needs to Know (and How to Reduce Risk)

It is probably no surprise to you that teens and young adults take greater risks than any other age group. In fact, you may look back and cringe at your own adolescent...

6 Essential Tools to Help Your Child Overcome Anxiety - Positive Parenting Solutions

6 Essential Tools to Help Your Child Overcome Anxiety - Positive Parenting Solutions

Anxiety stems from your child’s reaction to stress, and according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America affects one in every 8th child. From the child who is...

It's my child's parents' evening: don't discuss targets

It's my child's parents' evening: don't discuss targets

At parents’ evening, it’s often all about the rhythm. There’s the ticking of the clock on the wall in the now-chilly classrooms or in the glare of the hall lights. There’s the...

Where Did All These Teen Activists Come From?

Where Did All These Teen Activists Come From?

Where Did All These Teen Activists Come From? Where Did All These Teen Activists Come From? Play-Button-Solid Ana Ostrovsky at the San Francisco climate strike.  (Courtesy Alice...

Common Sense Survey: Homework Gets More Digital for Teens and Tweens - EdSurge News

Common Sense Survey: Homework Gets More Digital for Teens and Tweens - EdSurge News

Common Sense is weighing in on kids’ use of media in a detailed new report this week. But the takeaways for educators and the edtech industry are most obvious in the sections on...

Cyber security tips

Cyber security tips

Select Page Cyber security tips by Parenta | Oct 1, 2019 | Equality, Diversity and Prevent , Parent advice feed , Running a setting | 0 comments ‘Cyber security’ is the...

Pre-School: It's Not Babysitting Anymore

Pre-School: It's Not Babysitting Anymore

A statewide study found forty percent of Virginia’s 5-year-olds were not ready for kindergarten.  The governor – a pediatric neurologist – and his wife, a teacher, knew some of...