Empower Kids to be Entrepreneurs and Visionaries – Like Steve Jobs
Nov01

Empower Kids to be Entrepreneurs and Visionaries – Like Steve Jobs

After his death, Apple’s co-founder, Steve Jobs, was memorialized as a man of great vision, someone who knew how to take his dreams and see them through to fruition. While not every child may be suited to become the next co-founder of a tech giant, children can learn to experience success by adopting many of the traits that defined Jobs. His vision, his attention to detail, and his desire to always strive for the best are all traits...

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Enforcing the Zero Tolerance Bullying Initiative in the Classroom
Oct17

Enforcing the Zero Tolerance Bullying Initiative in the Classroom

Teachers, administrators, and superintendents all know that bullying is wrong. In fact, most school districts around the country have instituted a zero tolerance policy toward bullying in school settings. However, just because the school officials are on the same page when it comes to having zero tolerance for bullying doesn’t mean they know what to do about it when they come across it. Tweet Share Teachers are often told they should...

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Developing Character In Young Kids – A Profile Of Abraham Lincoln
Oct05

Developing Character In Young Kids – A Profile Of Abraham Lincoln

  While his role as the 16th President of the United States caused Abraham Lincoln to gain notoriety, it was his character that caused him to be remembered as the great man people see him as today. Behind the man who gave great speeches and led the country during the Civil War was someone who worked hard, believed in honesty, and was never willing to give up, no matter how many times he experienced defeat. Cultivating the same...

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Inspiring Kids to Be Innovators and Leaders – Like Bill Gates
Sep30

Inspiring Kids to Be Innovators and Leaders – Like Bill Gates

  With an attorney for a father and a teacher for a mother, it may seem like Bill Gates was destined for success. While his parents certainly had power and influence, Gates was determined not to rely on them to provide for him and instead set out to make his own opportunities. Despite dropping out of Harvard, he started one of largest tech companies in the world and himself became one of the richest men in the world and he did it...

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Ways iPads can Help Children with Special Needs
Sep22

Ways iPads can Help Children with Special Needs

Tweet Share When it comes to finding technology to help children with special needs, there are plenty of devices to choose from – if you want to spend thousands of dollars. Many of the assistive devices, software titles, and other technology available to help children with special needs come with a limited audience and a high price tag. With the iPad, schools and parents can access much of the same technology, and more, on a single...

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Build a Classroom to Empower Kids
Sep14

Build a Classroom to Empower Kids

  Learning should be fun and engaging, but kids often think it is the opposite. Endless lectures, text-heavy slideshow presentations, and hard-to-understand textbooks do not make it any easier. Rather than boring kids with traditional teaching methods and resources, teachers should seek to empower kids, building a classroom around their needs and interests in an attempt to make learning fun again. Catering to Learning Styles Not...

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