behavior

The Magical Question: a Tool to Teach Self-Discipline

When your child misbehaves, would you rather be their teacher or be an enforcer? By using “the magical question,” you can solve problems more easily and teach your child self-discipline. Continue reading

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Educational Causes of the Rich and Famous

All too often, the stories we hear about the rich and famous are steeped in negativity. Learn how a few luminaries are doing something to improve education. Continue reading

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“5 Strategies to Engage & Inspire” Webinar: Follow-Up Q&A

Do students with career goals do better in school? Do we work only for pay? Bob Sullo addresses questions and comments made after his webinar “5 Strategies to Engage & Inspire Kids to Work Harder in School.” Continue reading

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3 Things Parents Can Do to Inspire Learning

Yet the demands of the world are changing and to prepare children to be inspired learners, more and more of the educational responsibilities fall to parents.
How can parents take this on, when they are already so involved and busy? Is this one more thing that parents must do? How do they gain the skill to do this effectively? Continue reading

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Reality Check: Are Kids’ Sports Out of Control?

Are our kids over-scheduled? Are kids’ sports out of control? In an effort to give our kids every advantage, are we robbing them of a most precious gift: childhood? Continue reading

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Four Great Podcasts for Younger Kids

Sure, most podcast listeners know about Serial, TED Talks, and This American Life but what if you're interested in finding a podcast for the youngsters in your life? What do you suggest to them? Even better, what can you listen to together, as a family? The great thing is that… Read More




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