Shaming Some Kids Makes Them Aggressive

Nov 3, 2011 by Bill Jenkins, Ph.D.
Many people believe that kids who are aggressive and violent toward other kids suffer from low self-esteem.  What does the research say?  Read this article to find out.

10 Big Benefits of Using iPads in Schools

Sep 27, 2011 by Corey Fitzgerald
The iPad is changing how students learn in the 21 stcentury. Learn how using iPads in schools can improve collaborative content creation, data collection, and more.

Connecting the Dots Between Infant Temperament and Future Success

Aug 18, 2011 by Martha Burns, Ph.D

 Infant temperament has long been thought of as innate, but could some aspects be environmental? Read more from Dr. Martha Burns.

Changing the Culture of Poverty by Doing Whatever It Takes

Jul 28, 2011 by Cory Armes, M.Ed.
Breaking the cycle of poverty is the aspiration Geoffrey Canada had in mind when he created Harlem Children’s Zone. Read his story and discover how early learning skills can have a long-term academic impact on students.

The Need for Physically Active Learning

Jul 7, 2011 by Sherrelle Walker, M.A.
Have you heard of “physically active learning”?  Find out how this new model integrating physical activity into classroom lessons can improve cognitive skills.

Individualizing Instruction Through Understanding Different Types of Learners

Jun 14, 2011 by Terri Zezula
Can individualized instruction for different types of learners improve a student’s learning experience in the classroom?

AMPing Up Our Teaching to Increase Intrinsic Student Motivation

May 24, 2011 by Sherrelle Walker, M.A.
Learn some surprising truths about what really motivates people, and get tips for increasing student motivation in the classroom.

Inspiring Students to Dream, Learn and Grow

May 10, 2011 by Sherrelle Walker, M.A.
The engaged student is the key to unlocking a world of inspiration and wonder. But what exactly isstudent engagement, and how can we motivate students to discover the wonders of learning on their own?

Antidotes to Summer Brain Drain (Part 2): 5 Ways to Pull the Plug on Learning Loss

May 5, 2011 by Norene Wiesen

Worried about summer brain drain? Here are 5 ways to keep your child on track AND enjoy the summer.

Engaging Children in the World with Words

Apr 26, 2011 by Bill Jenkins, Ph.D.
Engaging children with words daily is a great way to build the neurological groundwork to understand language. Find out how you can create learning opportunities for your child in any situation.

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