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Free Resources for Parents and Teachers
The Language of Learned Helplessness Quiz.
Are you teaching your child to be helpless? Find out by taking the quiz.
Teach Your Child the Charity Habit.
Charity begins at home. Learn what do to make sure charity becomes a lifetime habit with your child.
Warning: There May Be a Stranger in Your Child’s Life.
Would you allow a stranger in your child’s bedroom? Maybe you already have. Want to find out?
Learning to Spit.
Teach your child to spit and other related lessons.
An answer to sibling rivalry.
Family rituals: important for connectedness.
Help your child make an effective transition.
The Seven Worst Things to Say to Your Child.
Have you said any of these? If so, change your language.
Five Ways to Tell if Your Child Has an Extraordinary Teacher
Check out your child’s teacher with these criteria.
Warning Signals: How to Know When It's Time to Change Your Child's Teacher.
When to get your kid out of that classroom.
The Seven Worst Things to Say to Your Kids During a Divorce.
What you shouldn't say.
Parent Newsletter Archive
Illegal Word Bursts
. Tired of students blurting out in class? Learn what one teacher did to eliminate that behavior.
Move Up Before You Move In.
The best way to avoid a power struggle with your students may be to rise above it. Find out how.
She Had to Act.
A tale of a teacher skilled in anger management. You can learn to handle student anger, too.
. How are horses and students alike? The answer is in your perceptions.
You Just Got a Detention.
How to design a responsibility room that focuses on learning rather than detention.
The Spirit Whisperer Idea Exchange
Ideas and techniques to empower Spirit Whisperers - adults who believes that to teach effectively, we must address the entire trilogy of a child's mind, body, and spirit.
Educator Newsletter Archive