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How Does Your Child Learn; Exploring Learning Styles in Children by Alyson .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 20 Oct 2010 10:25am As a clinical social worker, I was trained in the nurture end of the Nature vs. Nurture debate, believing that a persons environment (family life, early experiences, traumas, etc.) was the dominant... This is only part of the story....come see us and find out the whole tamale! Read on »
6 Things An Older Child Can Learn From A Younger Child by healthymama Posted Tue 11 Jun 2013 2:05pm on by healthymama There are many things an older child can learn from a younger child and this is why restricting playdates to “only kids who are the same age” or “very close in age” is not always the best idea. When my twins were very little, a friend said: “They are learning so much from your older ch ... Read on »
All I needed to learn about parenting a deaf kid, I learned at The River School. by Christina M. Patient Expert Posted Fri 29 Jun 2012 1:58pm I could take you on the emotional roller coaster that I rode as Christian finished Pre-K and his time at his current school. I could go into the details about my panic that is weirdly coupled with peace. Or how I just looked at friends and faculty on the last day and they met my gaze with tearful eyes as well. There's much more to this than jus ... Read on »
At UC Davis MIND Institute, learning can be child's play for autistic - SacMomsClub.com - sacbee.com by Tricia Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Jan 2010 4:00am At UC Davis MIND Institute, learning can be child's play for autistic - SacMomsClub.com - sacbee.com Published: Sunday, Jan. 24, 2010 - 12:00 am | Page 1B Last Modified: Sunday, Jan. 24, 2010 - 12:28 am Most parents never think they'll have to learn how to play with their own children. But if a toddler is diagnosed with autism, moms an ... Read on »
Learning In School. The "Problem with No-child Left Behind" by Bill Klemm Doctor of Philosophy Posted Fri 26 Nov 2010 12:00am I see two main problems, one with the philosophy and one with the means of learning assessment. As for philosophy, it sounds good, but like many social engineering efforts by the government, there are major unintended consequences that are too destructive. In this case, leaving no child behind has the effect of "no child pushed forward." ... Read on »
3 Safety Tips Your Child Will Learn In A Chesapeake Karate School by Changing Lives M. Facebook Posted Sat 18 Dec 2010 12:38am 3 Safety Tips Your Child Will Learn In A Chesapeake Karate School Sr. Master Tracy Lee Thomas of Changing Lives ATA Martial Arts offers three safety tips that your child will learn in his Chesapeake karate school. Through "Karate For Kids Life Skills System", a special program at CLMA, kids learn how to be safe. Chesapeake karate Ch ... Read on »
3 Safety Tips Your Child Will Learn In A Chesapeake Karate School by Changing Lives M. Facebook Posted Thu 30 Dec 2010 2:34am 3 Safety Tips Your Child Will Learn In A Chesapeake Karate School Sr. Master Tracy Lee Thomas of Changing Lives ATA Martial Arts offers three safety tips that your child will learn in his Chesapeake karate school. Through "Karate For Kids Life Skills System", a special program at CLMA, kids learn how to be safe. Chesapeake karate Chan ... Read on »
Picking the right interactive game can help your child learn by Lian Patient Expert Posted Tue 08 Feb 2011 7:00pm (ARA) - Games come in all shapes and sizes, from basic toys to complex video games. While games serve the purpose of entertaining your children, there's more going on than kids just having fun. Children explore and learn through playing as they practice making decisions and solving problems. So while kids are having a blast during playtime, ga ... Read on »
3 Safety Tips Your Child Will Learn In Our Chesapeake Karate School by Changing Lives M. Facebook Posted Wed 08 Jun 2011 1:34pm Karate 4 Kids Series 3 Safety Tips Your Child Will Learn In Our Chesapeake Karate School Sr. Master Tracy Lee Thomas of Changing Lives ATA Martial Arts, an American Taekwondo Association Affiliated Martial Arts academy offers three safety tips that your child will learn in his Chesapeake karate school. Through "Karate For Kids Life Skills ... Read on »
Helping My Child on the Meandering Path of Learning Differently by Carmen Patient Expert Posted Mon 26 Aug 2013 12:00am One of my kids has learning disabilities. A bunch of them. I prefer to think of them as "differences" rather than "disabilities." A difference just means that this child learns in a different manner, much like driving to a locale by taking an alternate route. You still get there. You just go another way -- maybe it's a more ... Read on »