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Common Misconceptions Concerning Raising A Bilingual Child

By: Donna Chaffins | Date: July 16, 2013 | Categories: Children, Education, Guest Posts, Parenting
raising a bilingual child

Guest Post Image Source Whether you are a couple from different countries, or an immigrant family who speak one language at home and English out and about, when you have a baby it is important to decide whether you will speak to them in two languages or just one. Bilingual children tend to be the […]

How to Discover Your Baby’s Learning Style

By: Donna Chaffins | Date: February 23, 2013 | Categories: Education, Guest Posts, Parenting

Guest Post Image Source Everyone has a learning style, and determining how your baby prefers to learn will help you give them a head start in life. Consider, for example, how useful it would have been during your early childhood to know the best way for you to learn and retain new information. If your […]

How to Help Your Child Learn

By: Donna Chaffins | Date: January 8, 2013 | Categories: Children, Education, Guest Posts, Parenting
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Guest Post As parents, we all want learning to be easy for our children. In the past, the generally accepted opinion was that children were either born smart or they weren’t, and there wasn’t much parents, teachers, or caregivers to do to make a difference in a child’s intellectual progress. Fortunately for today’s children, we […]

How-To Guides for Teachers

By: Donna Chaffins | Date: December 14, 2012 | Categories: Education, Guest Posts, Infographs

Teachers are among the most important and yet undervalued professionals in America. People choose to teach because they think they can positively effect the lives of children and teenagers. However, for all of their idealism, they are aware that teaching is often difficult and thankless. The most stressful parts of the job are unrelated to […]