How to Support Students Interested in the Arts

How to Support Students Interested in the Arts

Schools are diverse communities in which people from all walks of life gather to teach, learn and pursue an assortment of interests and passions. Students are perhaps the best reflection of that diversity, as even small schools are home to young people who excel in sports, music,

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Worthwhile ways of promoting growth mindsets in your child

Worthwhile ways of promoting growth mindsets in your child

By Jessica Robinson Parenting is both a fascinating as well as a challenging journey. You want to give your child all the comfort and facilities in the world. At the same time, you also want to prepare your child for the befitting challenges of life. You do

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How to Advocate for Climate Change

How to Advocate for Climate Change

Empower yourself to help save the planet Climate change is an issue that impacts everyone, especially children. The impacts can be seen first-hand, as the planet warms, and human fingerprints are all over the consequences: bigger, stronger hurricanes; deadly heat waves; more intense downpours; and devastating wildfires.

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How to prepare kids to go back to school

How to prepare kids to go back to school

The end of summer can be a bittersweet time for students. While many students look forward to seeing their friends and teachers, few want to say goodbye to the relaxing days of summer. Parents know that getting their children back in the school day swing of things

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How parents can govern screen time

How parents can govern screen time

Technology has transformed nearly all facets of life, including education. While desks and blackboards can still be found in the classroom, technology has become more and more influential in regard to how students learn. Many teachers now employ tablets and other devices to help students better understand

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Halloween Tips for Parents of Children with Autism

Halloween Tips for Parents of Children with Autism

By Amy Pinder, MA, CCC-SLP Halloween is a wonderful opportunity for fostering creativity, imagination, and pretend play. However bright flashing lights, large crowds, sugary treats, scary and itchy costumes can present challenges for children with autism and other sensitivities. To make the most of of your Halloween experience,

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What Parents of Children With Disabilities Worry About Most

What Parents of Children With Disabilities Worry About Most

by Annette Pinder There are all sorts of programs available for children with developmental disabilities — from residential care and treatment, to special schools, and programs. But what happens after the age of 18 when they are no longer eligible these programs? And what happens to those

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