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Did you know that YOU'RE the secret to raising your kid's confidence? Find out five ways to boost his self-esteem.
Students require social skills to have healthy lifestyles, both physically and emotionally. Developing social skills requires special strategies.
The first 18 years of your child's life is sure to be her most influential and developmental. Check out these basic milestones for children through the years, and find tips on how to nurture growth.
When a preschooler plays, he's learning all kinds of skills and lessons! Here are nine types of play and how to spot them.
Summarizes self regulation and the importance of supporting its development as this will positively affect children's social competence and success in school.
Children with LD run a greater risk than their nondisabled peers of exhibiting social–emotional problems.  Highlights the effects that this can have later in
A child's school, family, and culture are all factors that affect the child's social development.
Describes the importance and characteristics of an emotionally safe school in which a child's interpersonal intelligence can be developed.
Social studies areas are universal across cultures, however, they may be expressed differently in various societies.
Students who enjoy good relationships with peers at school are more likely to achieve at high levels.  Read about the roles of peers in children's development.
Your baby isn't quite ready to form a tight-knit posse yet, but social play starts long before playdates at the park. Help your baby develop social skills with these tips.
Read about different types of conflict that are common to children and appropriate handling strategies.
Summarizes the importance of learning to integrate feelings into a sense of self and to manage emotions, specifically frustration and anger.
Describes Erik Erikson's theoretical framework that underlines the importance of facilitating the emotional and social development of children in our
Examines how participation in music activities can enhance the physical, language, social-emotional, and cognitive development of young children.
Children's peer relationships change as they develop through the ages.  Provided are characteristics and suggestions for each stage.
Discusses behavior in peer groups and the importance of friendships for social development. Factors described include popularity, peer networks and acceptance.
Students face many adjustments in school. From year to year, there are changes in teachers, classrooms, school and class rules and procedures etc. Their
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