To Help Children Thrive, Coach Their Parents

In the New York Times’ Sunday Review of May 21, 2016 came this fascinating article by Paul Tough: IN 1986, in a few of the poorest neighborhoods in Kingston, Jamaica, a team of researchers from the University of the West Indies embarked on an experiment that has done a great deal, over time, to change our thinking about how to help children succeed, especially … Read More

WHY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS ARE NECESSARY – Another guest post from Australia

This is the last of three Blog Posts written by Annette and Carley from Two Creative Teachers. They are creating teaching resources from their homes in Australia. We’ve really enjoyed reading their views on various educational topics. We are excited to be able to share this with our readers. One of the most fascinating aspects of being a teacher is other peoples perceptions of what … Read More

WHY WE NEED TO KEEP THE ADULT CONVERSATIONS TO THE ADULTS – Another guest post from Australia

This is the second of three Blog Posts written by Annette and Carley from Two Creative Teachers. They are creating teaching resources from their homes in Australia. We’ve really enjoyed reading their views on various educational topics. We are excited to be able to share this with our readers. Look out for another article in the coming weeks. Lately, wherever I go, I seem to … Read More

STUDENT REWARDS: WHERE I SIT AND WHY? – A Guest Post from Australia.

This is the first of three Blog Posts written by Annette and Carley from Two Creative Teachers. They are creating teaching resources from their homes in Australia. We’ve really enjoyed reading their views on various educational topics. We are excited to be able to share this with our readers. Look out for two more articles in the coming weeks.   One of the things that … Read More

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