children and social skills
After-school programming is essential for the survival of our current, innovative, technology driven society. We need to encourage those out of the box thinkers in our schools to continue to develop those skills and help our linear process thinkers embrace their creative sides.
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I recently went through the messy and exhausting process of deep cleaning of my home office. I noticed that my crowded work space was beginning to affect my mental space, so it was time to dig in and declutter. The piles on my desk were overwhelming, my bookshelves overflowing and my filing system completely ineffective. So after considerable time spent sorting, purging and reorganizing, I can say it was worth every bit of the effort. Not only is the space more inviting, the atmosphere itself feels cleaner and I feel there’s room for me and my thoughts now.
As much as a good purging and declutter is for us as adults, it is even more significant for our kids. Young children are in the process of developing internal order and the space around them profoundly affects them externally and internally.
I was talking to a friend about the HBO movie, Rethinking Dyslexia that aired recently. We had both been very impressed by the movie. I’ve researched and written about dyslexia in relation to being a visual learner, but my friend has first hand experience with a son who is dyslexic. As we talked about Brandon and his learning experiences, I was enormously impressed by the success he’s found in his career because of his perseverance and the ways he learned to make things more visual for himself.
You know the challenge of teaching your kids how to put their shoes on the right feet. I have used a method with my own children and now my grandson.
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- Ten Tips To A Successful School Year gives you the best tips to make homework and learning easier for everyone especially the visual learner.
- Like so many families this time of year, we sent a little one to his first day of kindergarten…First Day of Kindergarten.
- September brings a lot of new excitement; the start of school, the beginning of fall and now, Arts in Education Week.
There are several different learning styles, and each has a direct impact on how your child learns, processes information, and their level of success in the classroom.