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How Do You Teach Kids to Respect Adults? by Mariaemma Willis and Victoria Hodson

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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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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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Why End of the Year School Awards May Not Be a Good Thing By Mariaemma Willis, M.S.

What would the awards ceremony be like if every child received acknowledgment for his/her unique gifts? No one would be left out! The Performing student would get an award for bringing fun to the classroom; the Relating student might receive an award for bringing compassion to the classroom. The Inventing student could be honored for discovering new ways of doing things.

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