Posted on July 28, 2022 by confidentparentsconfidentkids
How Can Parents Show Unconditional Love Transforming their Values into Action while Maintaining Emotional Boundaries?
Posted on April 14, 2022 by confidentparentsconfidentkids
Author Shannon Wanless offers everyday ways in which we can check our alignment of values with our choices and actions.
Posted on September 16, 2021 by confidentparentsconfidentkids
COVID-19 has challenged us to not live in fear. How do we retain or regain our sense of agency? Check out these ideas!
Posted on February 4, 2021 by confidentparentsconfidentkids
How are you learning with your students or family about Black history and how you can act as a present-day abolitionist and champion of inclusivity?
Posted on September 21, 2017 by confidentparentsconfidentkids
When ethnographer Angela Valenzuela spoke with immigrants in Texas – Mexican-American parents and students – and dug into the meaning of the Spanish word “educacion,” (in English: education) they understood it to mean “caring before learning.” 1 And that interpretation makes practical sense for any and all school communities. Children not only need to feel …
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Posted on April 15, 2016 by confidentparentsconfidentkids
The following includes my opening remarks to set the tone for our local discussion and the national Education Nation live broadcast in Baltimore on “Supporting Our Students, It Takes Everyone.” After my introduction, there are some of the questions and comments that were raised in this rich, lively discussion. Believing is all a child does …
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