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Live by example

Children have never been good at listening to their parents, but they have never failed to imitate them.  – John Medina Brain Rules for Baby: How to Raise a Smart and Happy Child from Zero to Five

Be careful.

Inspiration

Learners in Context Reflection 1

I’ve yet to study child development any further than the parenting books that have assisted my journey of sleepless nights and toddler tantrums. Some of these books include… 627 more words

8 Professional Practice

Music... is there more to it?

Have you ever heard music? Of course you have! What kind of question is that!(and if by any chance you haven’t, you are not human!) 320 more words

5 Ways to Humanize Conflict

You don’t agree with the trajectory of a project at work so you make up excuses to miss the meetings. You don’t want to openly disagree. 753 more words

Workplace Navigator

Brain Rules for Baby

“You may think that grown-ups create children. The reality is that children create grown-ups. They become their own person, and so do you. Children give so much more than they take.”  253 more words

Books

Internship: Meta-Reflection

1.2 Communicating with Students

To teach effectively means to communicate appropriately with students. It is the responsibility of the teacher to break the lesson into terms that students understand, usually by connecting to their previous learning or experiences. 811 more words

Communication