Sarah Lipoff

Sarah is an art educator and parent. You can visit her website here.


Educators

Emotional Intelligence

  Your child is super frustrated about something, but isn’t able to communicate clearly what has gone wrong. You feel your emotions getting the best of you as you also become aggravated trying to help. Instead of getting to the root … Continue reading

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Educators

The Multiple Intelligences Theory

Each individual child is different and special in his own way, which means he also learns in his own way. Along with using his right and left-brain in combination, he has to make split-second decisions and tap into his emotional … Continue reading

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Behaviorism

Behaviorism and the Developing Child

Parents often wonder why their child acts a certain way at certain times. What they don’t realize is that the answer is simpler than they think. The brain is conditioned to respond in a certain way. It is a learned … Continue reading

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Child Development

The Importance of Imaginary Play in Child Development

Things are pretty quiet in the other room and you begin to wonder what your child is up to. You sneak a peak around the corner and observe her sitting with a stuffed bunny delicately wrapping its ear with a … Continue reading

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Child Development

Constructivism and the Developing Child

Through the concept of constructivism, a child is encouraged to learn through determining his own path of knowledge and individual process. Each child is different and special, just like their learning, and constructivism supports the idea that we construct our … Continue reading

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