By Ruth Wells
** Recap: In the an earlier article entitled “Conduct Disordered, Oppositional Defiant, Violent, Disruptive Students: Must-Know Safety Information You May Not Have,” we explained conduct disorders (C. D.s), the child at highest risk of extreme violence, and emphasized how you must work differently with C. D.s compared to any other kids. Hopefully, we successfully Continue reading
It’s hard enough making a home-cooked meal night after night. But it’s even worse when your children don’t like what you make. Why not turn your little critics into connoisseurs by having them help you cook?
Children can help in the kitchen at almost any age, even two-year-olds can stir ingredients. So, how do you convince your children to become Continue reading
Fill out an unemployment application for your state. Of course, this is needed since she will be left alone inside your house. Our vacuum cleaners contain HEPA filters to even keep the air clean. It is not only a service but also a passion that comes from personal experience: Anderson was diagnosed with breast cancer on April 27, 2009. Depending how messy your room Continue reading
Business and education leaders from the United States and the United Kingdom have teamed up to draw on each other’s strengths and to share ideas for improving engineering instruction. The result: Partnerships for Tomorrow, a collaboration to explore approaches to science, technology, engineering, and math—commonly referred to as “STEM.”
“Technology changes so quickly that schools Continue reading
Blogs, wikis, social networking sites—these and other online tools are rapidly becoming as familiar to students as pens and pencils. Now, a new EDC Web workshop is helping teachers keep up by enabling them to learn more about safe and effective use of these tools in the classroom.
Called “Learning and Teaching with Web 2.0 Tools,” the workshop Continue reading
By Shruti Arora
This is a type of mental disorder, which occurs primarily in school-aged children but can also be diagnosed for the first time in the late teens esp., if some of its symptoms are left unnoticed. It was once falsely thought that after puberty the children don? t need treatment. These types of children Continue reading
Sex and Relationships
Here’s a topic where parents’ values take the forefront. “Most teenagers are going to have sex,” Lerner says, “but you need to be upfront about what your values are so they can do it safely.” Safety, Lerner says, is key. As a parent, you can help your teen avoid situations that might encourage or lead to sexual behaviors (for example, Continue reading
Indian people are pulled towards working in government sectors as these jobs provide beneficial and prestigious position. Job seekers are given options for selecting a suitable job in resembling sectors and allowed for providing imminent services for the Indian public. Getting a government job is a fantasy for so many graduates in India because of its provisions Continue reading
There was a lesson to be learned in the case of Zachary Christie, a 6-year-old first grader in Delaware who brought a camping utensil along with his lunch. The tool included a folding fork. Unfortunately for Zachary, it also included a folding knife. That automatically made it a “dangerous instrument” under his school district's rule, which had zero tolerance for any dangerous Continue reading
Here’s a weird thing about the reading wars Even people who are sincere advocates of phonics don’t always know why look-say is a mistake…More surprising, even people who are passionately for look-say (or whole word) don’t always know what they are pushing.
I read Frank Smith’s famous (or infamous) book “Reading Without Nonsense” and realized that even he may not know what he says he is for! Continue reading