Optometrist helps train eyes to process information
Brenda Wade Schmidt, email@example.com 11:07 p.m. CDT May 27, 2014
In the past year, Stacy Haber has watched her daughter score her first soccer goal, catch a ball with her hands instead of her body and ride a bike without training wheels.
Sabrina Haber, 9, also switched from reluctant to…Continue
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Tips for Parents: Nurturing Creativity at Home
Davidson Institute for Talent Development
This Tips for Parents article is from a seminar hosted by Lisa Rivero. Ms. Rivero summarizes the key points in which parents can encourage and facilitate creativity in their…
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What students really think about technology in the classroom
The grownups who make and debate education policy disagree about a lot of things, but they often take it as a given that kids love technology. And tapping into that love of gadgetry and games is a way to make students “more engaged” in…Continue
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Creating tech-savvier teachers
46 percent of teachers say they lack the training needed to use technology effectively with students
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WEDNESDAY, April 30, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- By the time they're 9 months old, babies can use pictures to learn about an object and later recognize the real thing, researchers say.
The findings from their study of 30 British babies appear in the journal Child Development.
"The study should interest any parent or caregiver who has ever read a picture book with an infant," team leader Jeanne Shinskey, lecturer of psychology at the…Continue
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