the act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgment, and generally of preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life. I couldn’t imagine a world without people using insights gained by psychological research. Good work! Greenleaf, Elizabeth A. (1973). The Role of Women In Education — Responsibilities of Educated Women. Educational Horizons 52:: 77-81. How can we create an education system that works for kids, instead of against them? Watch eight inspiring talks from TED’s May 2013 PBS special, given in their entirety.
While he eats, I look through his books and see what homework he has. I often have to phone a friend to ask, because he forgets so many things. I never tell him off for this because he never does not do it on purpose. It’s because he’s dyslexic. Informative and well done! I learned several things I did not know before and your hub refreshed my memory on a few others. Great Job!
I agree that determining a childs reading fluency is important in order to assess whether s/he needs extra attention or help. However, I also believe that quality is better than quantity. As for children with learning disability, a combined effort of the parents, teachers (if attending school) and the child is important. Appropriate educational tools will be a big help.
OK, so I will relax now. My kids/students are in preschool and Kindergarten and I saw nobody was trying to claim that they must know human anatomy at that age. LOL. This is great info to have for 2016 though… 🙂 Thanks. Co-signers could be of help, unfortunately, the combined income of the renter and the cosigner usually have to equal at least five times the monthly rent and the co-signer must not have a high debt-to-income ratio.
Thanks for explaining the table, Alicia. If only I could grasp it when I was 13. Ingenira – education for most in South Africa was never very good. The expensive private schools have always been good but beyond the financial reach of most. Let’s all hope and pray for Malala’s full recovery. I thought the poem was a very moving tribute!
The source of education is best chosen by the parents who know them the best!! Alternatives to the brick and morter programs are on the rise for the top choices for the parent who want their children to learn more than just what the state has to offer. If a child does not fit in the box…they are left to dangle on the outside! In todays economy, children that learn a little more than just what the books say is a good thing.