I've had both horrible and amazing bosses and teachers, and I've watched my kids experience the same. In the end, the difference between success and failure comes down to intent. Every employee and every
We tell our kids that they can be whatever they want. We tell them to shoot for the stars. But in our quest to teach them to be strong and daring and, dare I say, extraordinary, I can't help but wonder
I like it when you think I'm funny. Or interesting. Or awesome. I actually do care what you think about me. Please find something specific you actually like about me because sometimes I can't find anything
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"We don't have time to brush teeth -- chew this gum." "I'll give you a dollar if you finish your vegetables/homework/endless video game level." As a parent, I'm constantly saying things that surprise Like
Some parents will stop at nothing to ensure their child passes grammar school entrance exams. But the stress leaves some students traumatised • More from The Secret Teacher We all dread those conversations
I’m not saying parenting is easy. Of course it’s not. But it does require common sense, so here are five core parenting tips to help bring you and your child closer. 1. Plug In Your kids are living in
As the school year progresses, many parents want to know how they can help their child learn. We asked teachers and educators, "What are the two traits parents should focus on to assist children this year?"