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Was Dr. Asperger A Nazi? The Question Still Haunts Autism

The publication of a new history of autism called <i>In a Different Key</i>, by John Donvan and Caren Zucker, has reopened an unsettling question about the pioneering Viennese pediatrician Hans Asperger: Was he a Nazi sympathizer, or a man who paid lip service to his bosses' murderous ideology in order to …

Police: We’re why ‘The Hateful Eight’ is bombing at box office

Quentin Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight” is a box-office disaster, and the police officers who boycotted the movie are taking credit for its …

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10 ways to manage holiday stress in the classroom

As we begin our holiday season here at Teach Preschool, we are reminded of the many ways our lives can feel stressful. We’ve compiled a list of ten …

How to Create a Language Rich Environment

The child is made of one hundred.<br>The child has<br>a hundred languages<br>a hundred hands<br>a hundred thoughts<br>a hundred ways of thinking<br>of playing, of speaking.<p>A …

Working with what you've got!

There are days when I just know that Otis needs something new and engaging on his shelves. He has his favorites but often he's restless, needing …

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Common-Core Study: Teachers Aiming Too Low With Reading Assignments

A new survey shows that most teachers are still gearing class reading assignments to students' skill level, rather than--as the common-core standards …

Want Your Preschooler to Succeed? Make Sure He Gets... a Nap

If you want your preschooler to get a leg up on school, the best thing you can do may be to make sure he gets a nap after lunch.<p>That's the finding of a study just released in the <i>Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences</i>. Researchers studied 40 preschool-aged children between 3-5 years of age …

Why Your Preschooler Still Needs Naptime

The latest study published in the <i>Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences</i> found that doing away with naptime actually interferes with your …

What's Too Scary?

As Halloween approaches, Marilou Hyson, PhD, former associate executive director at NAEYC, talks about young children’s fears. Much of Marilou’s …

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Schizophrenia risk shows up in kids’ brain scans

<b>UNC-CHAPEL HILL (US) —</b> Brain scans of children at risk of schizophrenia reveal neural circuitry that’s hyperactivated by tasks that peers with no …

How An Unlikely Drug Helps Some Children Consumed By Fear

As far back as he can remember, George McCann lived in fear. When he was asleep he would have horrific nightmares filled with violent images. When he was awake, he often felt threatened by people, including members of his own family. And when he felt threatened, he would become aggressive, even …

Electrosensitivity: is technology killing us? – video

An excerpt from a film made by photographer Thomas Ball on his on-going project on electrosensitivity. Here he talks to some of the people who suffer from the condition and some of the experts in the field with differing opinions on whether such an illness exists

15 Things Successful People Do

“Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has overcome.”<p>Whether in business or …

5 Key Steps to Habit Change

Last week I heard about an executive who had a self-defeating leadership habit: Whenever a direct report's performance disappointed him, he launched into a vicious attack on that person. The results were always negative: the person felt awful and his performance suffered as a result -- and the …

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We're Mythbusting Internet Food Rumors

<i>Arsenic in rice! Toxins in salmon! GMOs everywhere! Before you freak, find out which scares are worth your worry. Here's the real deal on food</i> …

Lose the Lunch-Lady Arms: Triceps Workout

Toned arms are always fashionable, so it is time to say adios to jiggly triceps. Here are five effective exercises for toning the back of your arms. …

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How Pom Seeds Keep You From Overeating

Antioxidant-rich pomegranates deserve to play a role your Fall diet. It might be a bit of a process to seed the pomegranate fruit, but its tart and …

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A Winter Weight-Loss Detox Soup

Ingredients<p>1 large onion, peeled and sliced<br>• 1 clove of garlic, peeled and crushed<br>• 1 turnip, peeled and chopped<br>• 1 medium sweet potato, peeled and …

4 Plant Foods You Should Cook Before Eating

Raw food diets are lauded by some as the healthiest way to eat. While it is certainly good to eat raw vegetables and fruits, studies show that some …

5 Guidelines for Effective Teaching

Through the decisions they make, excellent teachers translate the DAP framework into high-quality experiences for children. Such teaching is …

The Power of Emergent Curriculum: Stories From Early Childhood Settings

About the Book<p>This remarkable collection of stories from early childhood settings illustrates what is possible when using an emergent curriculum …

Anti-Bias Education: Holidays

<i>Anti-Bias Education for Young Children and Ourselves</i>, by Louise Derman-Sparks and Julie Olsen Edwards, provides practical guidance to confronting and …

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Is Dressing Up for Halloween Different than for Pretend Play?

<i>We asked Sandra Waite-Stupiansky, PhD, professor at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and a facilitator of the NAEYC Play, Policy, and Practice</i> …