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As the weather warms, little ones seem unable to concentrate on school work. Get our tips for taming spring fever, and helping kids keep calm and carry on.
Learn to sniff out your child's stress symptoms and approach them the right way.
Understanding how teachers view report card comments can be helpful in reacting appropriately to them and taking action in a meaningful way.
How much do manners matter? Enough for you to take a few tips from our experts on how to teach your child to use them!
How can we reward kids for good behavior in school and give appropriate punishments for misbehavior? Here are some back to school tips:
As schools push for more rigorous curriculum standards, limited recess time, or no recess at all, is increasingly the result. Find out more.
Texting may have it's place in modern times, but does it have its place in the classroom? Get the facts on chronic teen texting.
Your teen barely does his homework, thereâs a constant struggle at home, and the more you push, the more he retreats: the classic case of a shut-down learner.
Fall's in full swing and freshmen are elbow-deep in their first year of high school. What can parents do to help keep their freshman on the road to success?
Learn what behavioral milestones to look for as your kid gets ready to move up to the next grade level.
Find out what you can do to help your child when she says she hates school. Here are some common problems and some tips.
Truancy is a large problem with significant cost and consequences to individuals, families, and the community. This article explores factors that exacerbate
Explains generalization (the transfer of learning to new situations) and suggests strategies to develop and maintain generalization skills.
Defines and explains the consequences resulting from behavior modification, classified as positive and negative reinforcement, extinction, and punishment.
Impulsive behavior has many common causes and solutions. Read this article and learn to replace your child's impulsive behavior with self-control.
A list of five principles of behavior management that professionals should follow to assist children in displaying behaviors that are conducive to learning.
Outlines the major physical changes that occur in adolescence (puberty, mood changes, sleep requirements, etc.) and some of the ways they affect behavior.
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