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by Mira Browne on April 16, 2020
Help! We’re Getting on Each Other’s Nerves
by Mira Browne on April 16, 2020
I’ll admit it. I’ve had a few days in the last month when I’ve lost it. I’ve been stuck in this house with my husband and my two boys. I love them with all my heart, but our togetherness is unrelenting, and there are moments when we’re having conflic... Read full article
by Cheryl Maguire on April 15, 2020
6 Ways Camp Experience Influenced Adults
by Cheryl Maguire on April 15, 2020
How many kids do you think go to camp in the summer? According to the ACA (American Camp Association) website 14 million kids and adults attend camp every summer. Camp is an $18 billion industry. ... Read full article
on April 15, 2020
Google Arts & Culture Allows You to Take Your Kids on a Virtual Tour from Your Couch!
on April 15, 2020
Thanks to Google Arts & Culture, discover the inspirational moments, iconic people, and artistic wonders that are available at the tip of your fingers. ... Read full article
by Kim Machnik on April 15, 2020
by Kim Machnik on April 15, 2020
Kids (and adults!) need to feel connected during this time of extended social distancing. Many of us are mourning the loss of gatherings, concerts, on-site classes, and other events that we love.... Read full article
by Courtney Dickinson on April 15, 2020
by Courtney Dickinson on April 15, 2020
Seemingly overnight, schools everywhere have transitioned to a remote educational model for the foreseeable future as we enter a period of extended social distancing. For school leaders and families who are trying to adapt to the new normal... Read full article
by Courtney Dickinson on April 15, 2020
by Courtney Dickinson on April 15, 2020
In this era of remote schooling, there are new tech platform norms and social coaching advice that we, as parents and educators, need to expressly spell out for our children. Framing and coaching how students can engage productively... Read full article
by Ron Ferguson on April 15, 2020
by Ron Ferguson on April 15, 2020
Beginning before birth, then extending through the early elementary years, the human brain is in a condition called “developmental plasticity.” Feelings of emotional security and experiences of back-and-forth interactions with other people affect how... Read full article
by Beth Dinelli, M.Ed. on April 15, 2020
Building a Strong Foundation for Reading Success in Young Children
by Beth Dinelli, M.Ed. on April 15, 2020
As an educator that specializes in teaching students with learning differences I am often asked by parents of young children, “How can I ensure that my child will be a successful reader and speller?” While a number of factors play a role in this... Read full article
by Nick Szymanis on April 15, 2020
Learn Debate Skills with Debate Camp's New Online Learning Resource
by Nick Szymanis on April 15, 2020
Debate Camp Online provides students with a welcome zone in which to learn and develop skills in parliamentary debate. ... Read full article
by Donna K. Housman Ed. D on April 10, 2020
Constructive ways to help your young child manage and cope with their emotions during COVID-19
by Donna K. Housman Ed. D on April 10, 2020
COVID-19 is stressful. Fear and anxiety about any disease — let alone one that brings with it acute and indiscriminate illness, social isolation, financial strain and even job insecurity — can result in overpowering emotions in all of us. ... Read full article
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