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Describes appropriate practices to help children develop authentic—healthy, positive, and realistic—self-esteem.
Describes processes adults use to directly and indirectly influence children including modeling, direct instruction, coaching and giving feedback.
Self-worth (or self-esteem) involves individuals’ affects, emotions, or feelings about themselves or evaluations of themselves.
Just how exactly do boys and girls differ when it comes to cognitive learning? Here are seven major differences, with tips on how to even the playing field.
An educator teaching at a gender classroom pilot program in Ontario talks about lessons learned.
Peer exclusion and victimization of LBGQ youth result in lower levels of belonging and are a form of bullying.
Not all bullying is a physical behavior like punching or kicking. There are many indirect ways children are bullied.
Studies show that there are adverse effects of bullying. We have recommendations for helping a child that is being bullied and tips for parents and schools to
Here is a list of activities parents can do with kids to help them become responsible citizens.
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