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Tag Archives: parenting

5 Countries Later, the Fight for Services Continues
5 Countries Later, the Fight for Services Continues
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As schools reopen, parents and teachers can seize the opportunity of the awareness of invisible labor as a building block to greater understanding and mutual respect.
As schools reopen, parents and teachers can seize the opportunity of the awareness of invisible labor as a building block…
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Although we are in the midst of a global pandemic, things are happening so fast, sometimes I wonder, “How did we get here, how are we doing, how have we all been impacted, where are we now?”
Although we are in the midst of a global pandemic, things are happening so fast, sometimes I wonder, “How did…
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Grit is essentially one’s ability to endure and persist over time on a journey towards accomplishing big and hard things.
Grit is essentially one’s ability to endure and persist over time on a journey towards accomplishing big and hard things.
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It is very important to teach young children resilience skills in order to support them overcoming change and then reduce their anxiety levels.
It is very important to teach young children resilience skills in order to support them overcoming change and then reduce…
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I'm thankful to my parents, who, throughout our travels have taught me how to network, communicate, coexist, manage time, think…
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Over the past few decades, social-emotional learning has found a legitimate place in education adjacent to academics.
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Experiencing the culture.
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Our daughter, Sofia, recently learned about growth and fixed mindsets in her second grade classroom.
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