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The Three-Step Fix for Bad Behavior in Children

The Three-Step Fix for Bad Behavior in Children!

October 23, 2016 / no comments, on GUEST BLOGS - EXPERTS SECTION

Consistency in your reaction to an action is important because rewarding and punishing the same behavior at different times confuses your child. Even though you know your child well, there will be times when understanding the child’s behavior isn’t very clear .e.g. when you ask her to do her chores, but she’d rather play video […]

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What are Specific Learning Disabilities?

What are Specific Learning Disabilities?

September 2, 2016 / no comments, on GUEST BLOGS - EXPERTS SECTION

About the Author of What are Specific Learning Disabilities? Dr. Oksana Hagerty, an educational and development psychologist, who serves as a learning specialist at Beacon College in Leesburg, Fla., the first accredited higher education institution to award bachelor’s degrees primarily to students with learning disability, ADHD, and other learning differences. What are Specific Learning Disabilities? […]

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Is Mentalization the Key to Raising Emotionally Intelligent Children-

Raising Emotionally Intelligent Children – Mentalization

August 15, 2016 / 2 comments, on GUEST BLOGS - EXPERTS SECTION

Raising emotionally intelligent children can be a daunting task. But it is one of the most critical parenting skill which facilitates emotional expressions, deepens connections with others, and improves the overall social experience. Continuing with our earlier article on Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child, we were able to connect with Mirel Goldstein, MS, MA, LPC. […]

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Cultural Exchange

Benefits of Cultural Exchange

July 8, 2016 / no comments, on GUEST BLOGS - EXPERTS SECTION

This week’s guest article features Summer Blackhurst. Summer is discussing the benefits of Cultural Exchange, and why is it a Perfect Way to Prepare Teens for College. Benefits of Cultural Exchange My friend manages a popular fast food restaurant in town and the teens she trains there come with all sorts of silly bad habits. […]

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Early Intervention in Child Education Programs

Early Intervention in Child Education Programs

May 29, 2016 / no comments, on GUEST BLOGS - EXPERTS SECTION

Dr. Oksana Hagerty Dr. Oksana Hagerty is an educational and development psychologist who serves as a learning specialist at Beacon College in Leesburg, Fla., the first accredited higher education institution to award bachelor’s degrees exclusively to students with learning disability, ADHD and other learning differences. She specializes in academic support, cognitive abilities, learning disability interventions, […]

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Early Childhood Teaching Experiences of Mary Ann Kemp

Early Childhood Teaching Experiences of Mary Ann Kemp

May 20, 2016 / one comment, on GUEST BLOGS - EXPERTS SECTION

Early Childhood Teaching Early childhood offers deeply personalized learning- A good way to start off a child’s bright future is via personalized learning. There, a child can learn how special they are and build up their self-esteem. Also, a teacher can identify a child’s weakness and help find those problems. Early childhood education focuses on […]

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Childcare Options for Working Parents MomoandMe

Childcare Options for Working Parents

May 6, 2016 / no comments, on GUEST BLOGS - EXPERTS SECTION

Childcare Options for Working Parents – Summer Blackhurst Summer Blackhurst is a writer for Go Au Pair and mother of an 18-month old girl, 3-year old boy and 5-year old boy. She has interviewed close to 200 Host families and Au Pairs about their childcare experience with nannies, daycare and au pairs. Tips for Working […]

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Stop Blaming Parents

Stop Blaming Parents For Being Parents !

April 21, 2016 / no comments, on GUEST BLOGS - EXPERTS SECTION

DR. Ruth Nemzoff – Stop Blaming Parents For Being Parents ! DR. Ruth Nemzoff, well known Author (Don’t Bite Your Tongue: How to Foster Rewarding Relationships with Your Adult Children, Don’t Roll Your Eyes: Making In-laws into Family) and Speaker , Resident Scholar at Brandeis University Women Studies Research Center, holds a Doctorate in Administration, […]

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