Homework is failing American students, but this isn’t the case in China and other Eastern countries. Why? The answer is found within the ubiquitous complexity of cultural beliefs. … More Attitude, Not Quantity, Makes Homework Effective
Stressed and short on time, modern parents subconsciously formulate an equation to solve the problem of parenting. They know the desired end result of their work- kind, happy, successful and independent kids- and they know that people who make kids like this provide all sorts of good opportunities for their children. But, learning and development is just not that simple. … More The Equation for Parenting
For years over, experts have failed to agree on why and when children develop morality and, specifically, whether or not babies understand right from wrong. … More Do Babies Know Right from Wrong?
Stories do more than just entertain, they transcend and transform. For this reason, storytelling can be one of the most powerful parenting tools. … More The Transformative Power of Storytelling