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Posts tagged with: parents

By Allison Garner of OPLM This is a quote from my dad who probably heard it from someone else. He shared it with me when I was a School Board member and I was fighting for change within the system....
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By Janice Russell of parentingdisasters.com Entertaining kids outdoors is easy. You need little more than open space and perhaps a ball to create a fun and lively afternoon. Bringing the same stimulation and enjoyment to an indoor setting is markedly...
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     “Your children are not your children.     They are the sons and daughters of Life’s longing for itself.     They come through you but not from you,     And though they are with you yet they belong not to you.” -Khalil Gibran...
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By Daniel Sherwin of Dadsolo.com Traveling with kids can be super rewarding but also fairly stressful. From worrying about the safety of your little ones to anticipating the next backseat meltdown, a family trip doesn’t necessarily sound like a relaxing...
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By Gwen Payne of Invisible Moms Fatigue can be caused by the stress of parenting a child with special needs, the demands of work and family, or an ongoing medical issue you’re trying to manage. Regardless of its cause, being...
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By Teodora Pavkovic of Teop Coaching The recent revelations about social media’s potential negative impact on young people’s mental health has everyone stirring – not just Facebook’s Head of Safety. In a series of investigative articles released over the last...
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In 1992, we got our second Mac computer, an LC, and it was the beginning of an alternate reality, at least it was in 1992. We had the old Apple 2E in the mid-80s, but that old green screen relic...
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As the FDA chief, Dr. Scott Gotlieb recently announced that a fully remote school year is “possible” this year without mitigation tactics, it reminds me that there is a growing schism between public and private school education. Given Gotlieb’s remarks...
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For a veteran teacher, the act of classroom instruction is a lot like the act of sleeping. Hear me out: I’m going somewhere with this. I’m not trying to say that teaching requires minimal effort, or that we teachers are...
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In 2020, something happened which many of us did not believed possible: schools closed. Overnight, students found themselves stuck at home with limited access to learning resources, stunted communication with their teachers, and no knowledge of when the situation would...
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