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Teaching Children to “Kiss the Ground” by Karen Rodriguez

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THE IP INTERVIEW – Youth Learning Good Enough for a Duchess with Rev. Leon Campbell

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Preview: Midlife Crisis Begins in Kindergarten with Labels Like ADD/ADHD, Slow, Dyslexic, Average, and Even Gifted by Mariaemma Pellulo-Willis, MS

Did you know that midlife crisis begins in kindergarten? Yes, it's true! It is in kindergarten (and sometimes in preschool!) that our society begins the process of teaching children that they are not smart enough, not quick enough, not working to potential, not high enough on the bell curve, not as good as the next [...]

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Midlife Crisis Begins in Kindergarten with Labels Like ADD/ADHD, Slow, Dyslexic, Average, and Even Gifted by Mariaemma Pellulo-Willis, MS

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The Mozart Effect: Metamusic, Memory, Sleep & Learning By Dr. Barbara Bullard

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PREVIEW: Why End of Year School Awards May Not be a Good Thing By Mariaemma Pellulo-Willis, M.S.

The last day of school often celebrates the many accomplishments that have been achieved throughout the year with class parties and awards ceremonies. How many of you remember receiving awards and what that felt like? How many of you never once received a school award...what did that feel like? I happen to have the perfect [...]

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Preview: 5 Ways to Tell if Your Child Has an Extraordinary Teacher by Chick Moorman & Thomas Haller

1. Extraordinary teachers realize that they teach children first and content second. While they care deeply about math, history, language arts, music, and other subjects they teach, these educators realize that the subjects are only the water they’re splashing around in. What they are really teaching students is to be solution oriented, to take personal [...]

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