Boost your children responsibility with this 5 easy steps

Children are quite competent at handling various responsibilities, and at this age, they are developing a sense of how some chores, like picking up litter in the park, can benefit an entire community. Most kids don’t have internal motivation to be responsible, so yours may still need occasional reminders and motivation. At this stage, it… Continue Reading

All you need to know about human memory

Memory is the process in which information is encoded, stored, and retrieved. Encoding allows information from the outside world to be sensed in the form of chemical and physical stimuli. Memory actually takes many different forms. Patrick Dwyer explains that the kind information and how long we retain it determines what type of memory it… Continue Reading

5 Reasons why Every Kid Needs to be in an After School Program

Technology is absorbing our children’s life more and more with the passing of each day.  We see school children walking around with tablets, better smartphones than their parents, and gadgets that adults will possibly never comprehend.  Even though the use of technology can help children gain some important skills in life there is one where… Continue Reading

What you need to know about Howard Gardner’s contribution to special education

1983 marked a revolution in the way learning is approached.  That year, a brilliant mind from Scranton, Pennsylvania launched what would become one of the most popular educational theories in the history of the discipline.  It was the introduction of the Multiple Intelligence Theory by Howard Gardner and boy did it change how we looked… Continue Reading

8 traits every special education teacher needs to have

Teaching is one of the most gratifying professions in the world.  Educators have a direct influence on their charges.  They are faced with the task of forming the world’s future leaders.  The only people who have a more challenging task are parents.  The job teachers do is taken for granted sometimes and students and parents… Continue Reading