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Highlights the goals and objectives that should be considered when planning and implementing the social studies curriculum.
There are new studies to suggest that the type of art your child prefers can tell you a lot about her personality.
Social studies areas are universal across cultures, however, they may be expressed differently in various societies.
ADHD or normal?  A parenting guide to understanding young childhood development.
This article describes studies that tell us about the links between violent video games, gender and ages of kids who play, and their social and school
Want to sneak some learning into Independence Day? Try these fun - and educational - 4th of July activities.
If you think you've got Indiana Jones, Jr. on your hands, get ready. It's not all world travel and slinging sand; there's a lot to discover in your backyard.
Discusses the five basic categories of methodology of character education: teaching values through rules, models, moral stories, and problem solving.
An overview of current thinking on the definitions of creativity and creative ability, particularly in the context of problem solving.
Try these simple activities to give your child a 'full-brain' workout.
Left-brained or right-brained? Which side your child relies on the most may influence how he or she learns and performs in school.
Get the facts on gender differences in learning and how to support your child in school.
What are the math standards each grade? The National Council of Teachers of Math (NCTM) has standards for classrooms from kindergarten through high school.
Culture and language are undeniably intertwined. Learn why kids from diverse backgrounds can have trouble in school in this discussion of culture and language.
The outreach program known as Cooperative Extension might well be the best-kept secret around when it comes to free or low-cost educational programs.
In the past, high school geometry required a big jump in reasoning skills from elementary mathematics. Nowadays, instruction is becoming more preparatory.
For students and adults considering a career as an automotive mechanic, information on the job, required skills, pay scales and future demand in the field.
Outlines specific cognitive/behavioral characteristics of dyslexic students, including attention deficits, and the associated strategic environmental
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