Back when I was 24, I took my first official teaching job. It was at a head start preschool. This job changed me in many ways. But one conversation with a fellow teacher still stands out. It was the summer
I grew up in a house where iconic and timeless expressions were used frequently. (I’m sure this isn’t unique to me.) These words and phrases were casually thrown around to describe things ranging from people’s behavior to various situations. In
The 21st century has come with a lot of progress for kids with learning disabilities. (By the way, for the purposes of simplifying word usage, I’m using learning disabilities to refer to both things like dyslexia and psychiatric disorders.) More
I was recently talking with someone about issues plaguing their life She was sharing that she feels that her child is stubborn and doesn’t listen to advice. She’d been talking to her kid about switching high schools for several months.
When children are very small (I’m talking about babies and toddlers), it’s easier to recognize their cries as a plea for help. Babies cry when they need something (diaper changes, food, or sleep), and I think most people would agree