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|Bringing up Joyful Children||
This is our four part series on Bringing up Joyful Children with Dr. Bill St.
|Screen Addiction Is Taking A Toll on Children||
Excessive use of computer games among young people in China appears to be taking an alarming turn and may have particular relevance for American parents whose children spend many hours a day focused on e
|iPhones and Children Are A Toxic Pair, Say Two Big Apple Investors||
Two activist shareholders want Apple to develop tools and research effects on young people of smartphone overuse and addiction.
|Daily Reading Practice: More Important Than You Would Ever Imagine||
Many students enter our classrooms with limited vocabulary and loads of catching up to do.
|New Studies Find Taking Notes Is Bad For Your Memory||
It’s happened to everyone.
|'Our Minds Can Be Hijacked': The Tech Insiders Who Fear A Smartphone Dystopia||
Google, Twitter and Facebook workers who helped make technology so addictive are disconnecting themselves from the internet.
|,||Growth Mindset: Clearing up Some Common Confusions||
A growth mindset is the understanding that personal qualities and abilities can change. It leads people to take on challenges, persevere in the face of setbacks, and become more effective learners.
I am going through a personal crisis. I used to love reading. I am writing this blog in my office, surrounded by 27 tall bookcases laden with some 5,000 books.
|Does Facebook Make Us Unhappy and Unhealthy?||
|"I Just Want Her To Be Happy" - The Collapse of American Parenting||
The Science Talent Search is the leading science competition for American high school students.
|It’s ‘digital heroin’: How screens turn kids into psychotic junkies||
Susan* bought her 6-year-old son John an iPad when he was in first grade. “I thought, ‘Why not let him get a jump on things?’ ” she told me during a therapy session.
Max Cole, 6, flips bottles in the backyard of his Texas home. On YouTube, trends like bottle-flipping spread quickly among kids of all ages and locations and attract millions of views.