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7 Ways Parents Can Promote Learning

By Ray Shawn As a parent, you serve multiple roles – chauffeur, housekeeper, breadwinner, counselor, role model. When it comes to your child’s education, you may wonder what you can do to promote learning… especially if you don’t feel confident in all subject areas. However, you don’t need a degree in education to enhance your … Continue reading

How Important are Internships for College Students

Nowadays, the competition for jobs is constantly increasing, which raises the question what you can do in order to get approved for the desired position. A smart idea is to start thinking about that while you are still in college. Universities and colleges today provide many opportunities for students on an international level. You can … Continue reading

The Problem With Labeling Children

By Dr. Linda Sapadin The way we label children who do poorly in school has taken a dramatic turn – in many ways for the better, in some ways for the worse. In yesteryear, kids who didn’t perform well in school would have been labeled as no-good, lazy, defiant, incorrigible, or just plain stupid. They … Continue reading

4 Top Tips To Avoid Raising A Spoiled Child

A natural fear of any parent is raising a spoiled child. Raising a spoiled child can make you question your parenting skills and worry about how your child will get on with life when they go off into the big wide world. Spoiled children are incredibly demanding and give parents a tough ride until they … Continue reading

6 Milestones of Parenting

A Child’s Most Exciting Milestones Watching a child grow is a fun experience for parents with several important milestones along the way. Most parents feel very emotional as their child reaches and surpasses an important learning event. Watching your child grow and mature is exciting and terrifying at the same time. For many parents, there … Continue reading

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