How eLearning Changes The Way Children Acquire Knowledge
Check how eLearning changes the way Children Acquire Knowledge and how it has affected both teaching and learning in recent years.
Why Children Misbehave and How to Encourage Behavior Change
Sign up today for Why Children Misbehave and How to Encourage Behavior Change, a free webinar featuring author and child discipline specialist Dr. Jane Nelsen and host IHM education specialist Jeff Goelitz Recent research shows children typically are "hardwired" at birth for connecting with people, and when they feel a sense of connection with their communities, families and schools, they're less likely to misbehave Dr. Jane…
How to Raise Smarter Children
World-renowned cosmologist Neil deGrasse Tyson shares one profoundly simple piece of parenting advice about a child's innate desire for exploration. A big th...
Final Sharing Video 2013Tutor Time presents: How to Help Your Children Become Better Sharers
Watch child psychologist Dr. Heather explain how you can help your children become better sharers by telling them not to share, but instead to take turns. Fo...
How to Raise Changing Children in a Changing Culture
Melissa Kruger interviews Paul Tripp about biblical principles for parents.
How climate change affects children
Children, especially those already facing poverty and violence, are particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.
How Trauma is Changing Children’s Brains
Understanding how severe stress affects students is the important first step in creating trauma-sensitive classrooms.
How children’s books have changed
Global News speaks to three literary experts to ask them what they believe have been some of the biggest changes in kids' books.
How children protestors change the world
In March of 1955, Claudette Colvin was sitting with three friends on a bus in Montgomery, Ala. As the bus drove closer into town and...
How Artists Change Children’s Lives
Read about how artists change children's lives through special nonprofit art programs. Teaching art to children is a rewarding, healing experience.
How Has the Children’s Genre Changed?
Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/WritePackRadio In the last 30 years, children's literature has changed. Things that were once forbidden to talk about in a children's story is now encouraged. How has the genre changed? What has brought on those changes? In this episode, the Write Pack explore the possibilities of these questions and more. All episodes available at: - iTunes - Blog Talk Radio - TuneIn - YouTube - And other platforms New episodes every Sunday Music: by Meredith Tate
How chess is changing children's lives
Chess player Babatunde Onakoya is using the game to educate children in Nigerian slum communities.
How Caring for Children Changes the World
Before the Israelites ever crossed the Red Sea, there were five brave women paving the way for Israel’s future deliverance. How? By simply caring for children.
Children's Corner: How 'Where the Wild Things Are' changed children's literature
In February 1963, author/illustrator Maurice Sendak told his editor, Ursula Nordstrom, he was working on a new picture book. Nordstrom, the legendary ...
How Glasses Can Change Children’s Lives
Two readers stress the importance of regular eye checkups.
Why Changes in Social Security Disability for Children Are Necessary
Improving social security disability for children can enhance quality of lives, maintain hospitals’ revenue cycles, and build better communities.
How a Frenchman Changed Cambodia
The story of the man who helped develop sign language and Braille in Khmer.
How the Stress of Separation and Detention Changes the Lives of Children
Jack P. Shonkoff, a professor of child health and development, speaks to the traumatic, life-altering psychological effects of detention.
Vegas Lost: How to change Nevada for its children
When trying to fix a system it helps to figure out what’s broken. Do you want the answer? Ask Denise Tanata. “It’s the only way to track kids and I’m aware of instances in the past where it hasn’t done a very good job. ” Tanata is talking about the computer program that child welfare in our state uses to track kids in the system. Its twenty years old and uses DOS software. An upgrade is part of the Children’s Advocacy Alliance of…
6 Tips To Help Children Of Divorce Coping With Change
Children of divorce face numerous challenges and risks because of their parents' breakup, but there are ways fathers can help them through this stressful transition.