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Summer Balance

Happy Summer Everyone! I hope you all are enjoying your “time off.” It’s a complete fallacy that teachers don’t work over the summer. It’s just not who we are to drop everything for two and a half months. 547 more words

Third Grade

Positive Discipline by Jane Nelsen, Ed.D., Cheryl Erwin, Roslyn Ann Duffy Book Review 5/5⭐

Positive Discipline, the First Three Years

By Jane Nelsen, Ed.D., Cheryl Erwin, M.A., Roslyn Ann Duffy

http://www.positivediscipline.com

Synopsis: Positive discipline is a parenting method against negative forms of discipline. 461 more words

Book Review

Our Interconnectedness

We are so interconnected a higher plane than we can truly understand. After all, we don’t even use much of our God given brain power because it’d overload us. 323 more words

Parenting Using Gentle Firmness

[Press Release] Celebrities Support Discipline Without Harm -PETA ARTS Zone Project

Advocates of Positive Discipline: “Love Does Not Hurt!”
Celebrities Support Discipline Without Harm

Manila, Philippines — Children’s rights organizations and advocates of positive discipline gathered last May 21, 2015 at the Quezon City Sports Club to promote Positive Discipline as good parenting. 897 more words

Human Rights

Tilling

A cluster of school children spill onto the bridle path from an entrance on the upper west side of Manhattan. They emanate pent-up energy and their voices crescendo as they discover the reservoir vista. 462 more words

Child Life

What's your 'Why', or 'Raising self-absorbed littles with high self-esteem"

Simon Sinek gave an excellent presentation on TED talk called “Start with Why” based on his book of the same name.  I highly recommend you watch it or better yet, read the book, but I had a revelation that I think is based on having seen this a few years ago. 545 more words

8 Things to do Instead of Spanking your Child

Research affirms that spanking teaches children to use acts of aggression and violence to solve their problems. It  teaches and perpetuates more violence, something which our society is very concerned about. 883 more words

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