As graduation time rolls around, high school seniors around the country will be facing waves of mixed emotions. Relief that high school is over; elation to be moving on; and of course, sadness that friends forged over years – if not for more than a decade – will be going their separate ways.
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Childhood is not a dress rehearsal for adulthood, nor is it a race.
@EducationNation and Parent Toolkit teamed up with Dr. Michele Borba (@micheleborba), Educational Psychologist and author of "Unselfie" to chat about the importance of encouraging empathy. Take a look at what happened during the conversation below. Our #ToolkitTalk chats occur monthly. See what's coming up next and catch up on all of the past conversations.
Although children are born with the capacity for empathy, it must be nurtured and takes commitment and relentless, deliberate action every day and can’t be left to chance.
Now, more than ever, parents are faced with conversations surrounding LGBTQ acceptance.
How “perfect” expectations can harm our relationship with our kids, and what to do about it.
Harvard educator says don't get caught up in prestigious universities.
It’s difficult to hear the phrase “Say something nice” without finishing the sentence, “or don’t say anything at all.”
Children’s museums are great resources for both nurturing children’s playful learning experiences and parents’ understanding of how to support their child’s learning through play.
@EducationNation and Parent Toolkit teamed up with Dr. Robyn Silverman (@DrRobyn), Speaker and Author of Good Girls Don't Get Fat, and Dr. Natasha Burgert (@DoctorNatasha), of Pediatric Associates in Kansas City, Missouri, to chat about the importance of encouraging positive body image. Take a look at what happened during the conversation below. Our #ToolkitTalk chats occur monthly. See what's coming up next and catch up on all of the past conversations.