7 Baby Sleep Myths Debunked

We've all heard the term “sleeping like a baby.” But, um, have you ever been around a sleeping baby? As it turns out, they're not so peaceful. There are a ton of baby sleep myths that can affect how you feel about the wee hours with your little one-and these exaggerated “facts” can make you […]

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Parents are the Best Teachers

Parents are the one responsible for providing the needs of their children like love, attention, support, material things and most of all knowledge. Parents are indeed the best teacher of their children; they give knowledge in several ways. First, they are the one who taught their child to talk in their early age. Mama, Papa […]

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Motivating the Low-Achieving Teen

For some teens, school doesn't come easy. The sources of the problem are varied-some struggle with a learning disability, while others may be challenged by substance abuse or a simple lack of motivation. But, regardless of the cause, parents want to know one thing: is it possible to turn struggling students around? Anne Messersmith, former […]

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Introducing Project-Based Learning

Many schools across the country are introducing a new way of teaching kids key concepts: project-based learning or PBL. “PBL asks students to investigate an open-ended question and apply their knowledge for an authentic purpose,” says Suzie Boss, author of Reinventing Project-Based Learning: Your Field Guide to Real World Projects in the Digital Age. Imagine […]

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Designed for Learning

The typical science textbook is a dense read, presenting students with a highly specialized vocabulary and hundreds of new terms. For students with language-based disabilities, textbooks can be an insurmountable barrier to success in science. But it doesn’t need to be that way, according to EDC’s June Foster. “All students have the ability to learn […]

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