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Montessori Preschool/Daycare Goes Beyond to Nurture Growth and Independence

A classroom buzzes with activity as 3, 4 and 5-year-olds move about, building with blocks, coloring pictures, and polishing shoes. At a table, a 3-year-old intently spoons dry beans from one bowl to another. Nearby, a pair of children complete a puzzle together. It’s just an everyday moment in a Montessori preschool classroom. What is …

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Broken Family to Broken Home: Managing Threats to Family Bonding

Gabriel’s mom wasn’t concerned until his fifth-grade teacher called to set up a meeting. She didn’t have much time between raising three children and working full-time outside of the home, but she managed to leave work early one day to make it to the conference. The concern in Ms. Salas’ voice was enough to make …

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Becoming the Best Non-Custodial Parent You Can Be

While divorce rates in America are steadily decreasing, those who do get divorced are still left to pick up the pieces and continue with their lives as best as they can. Over time, couples do their best to survive on their own, children learn how to share time with their parents separately, and parents learn …

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Recitation Class: Know its Benefits and Challenges to Get the Most Out of it

Repetition is the foundation of accomplishment and allows you to apply what you have learned to achieve your goals.  That’s why recitation classes are so important. A recitation class is a small class that complements a large lecture by focusing on the critical points from the lesson in a smaller setting. Students are guided by …

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