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Just for Teachers: 5 Great Ways to Help Hyperactive Kids Learn

Just for Teachers: 5 Great Ways to Help Hyperactive Kids Learn

With these fun teaching techniques, you can get hyperactive students to focus all that energy in the right direction. Do hyperactive kids drive you a little crazy in the...

How to Become an Empowering Parent

How to Become an Empowering Parent

Our goal as parents should be to raise well-prepared, self-confident future adults who are ready to fulfill their dreams and purpose. Our goal should not be for them to “stick...

Stop Sabotaging Your Child’s Success

Stop Sabotaging Your Child’s Success

Parents often ask, “Why aren’t my kids more like me?” “Why aren’t they organized, motivated, or better at accomplishing ?” The answer may be simpler that you think. By the time...

A Few Good Things For Parents - The Good Men Project

A Few Good Things For Parents - The Good Men Project

Given some recent conversations with expecting and new parents, I’ve been trying to choose a couple of simple good things I could share with any expecting or new parent. A few...

3 Ways That Parents Handle Their Kids’ Bad Behavior – Is One of These You?

3 Ways That Parents Handle Their Kids’ Bad Behavior – Is One of These You?

Although there are as many different ways to parent as there are families in this world, it does seem that parents tend to default to certain ways of handling their children’s...

Are Parenting Classes Worth It or a Waste of Time (& Money)?

Are Parenting Classes Worth It or a Waste of Time (& Money)?

About three months ago, I held my twin daughters for the first time. The delivery nurses handed them to me with a smile and wished us luck as we made our way to the recovery...

What If We Gave Struggling Families as Much Support as Foster Parents? | The Tyee

What If We Gave Struggling Families as Much Support as Foster Parents? | The Tyee

When it comes to child welfare, social work experts and parents in B.C. say we’re investing in the wrong end of the system — pouring money into foster care instead of offering...

The Black-White Divide in Suspensions: What Is the Role of Family?

The Black-White Divide in Suspensions: What Is the Role of Family?

Policymakers must recognize that social and psychological problems in youth may manifest themselves at school but have their origins in family situations over which the school...

Two-thirds of child abuse survivors thrive as adults

Two-thirds of child abuse survivors thrive as adults

Nov. 22 -- Two in three survivors of childhood sexual abuse have good mental health, but a new study suggests that social isolation, chronic pain, substance abuse and depression...

Engage Your Child with Science: 8 Activities for Fall

Engage Your Child with Science: 8 Activities for Fall

The leaves are changing color and the air is getting colder. After living in a temperate climate without discernible seasons for the past 10 years, it turns out summer isn't my...

'Becoming a parent made me a more sympathetic teacher'

'Becoming a parent made me a more sympathetic teacher'

Becoming a parent has made me a more sympathetic teacher and it has surprised me. Behaviour management, uniform, homework, whether students have equipment, attendance; my view...

Does Your Child Read Enough?

Does Your Child Read Enough?

Once a year, out of town friends visit for several days. I have to be sure to have a stack of books on hand for Allie, their now 17-year-old daughter. She plows through them—one...