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IT'S NOT CREATIVE or SMART....IT'S CREATIVE AND SMART

IT'S NOT CREATIVE or SMART....IT'S CREATIVE AND SMART | Childhood development | Scoop.it
As a student growing up, I remember distinctively the differences between my brother and I. He was smart and I was creative. Although I did well in school and had high test scores, I never for a mi...

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How do you inspre your students to use their creativity in combination with thier skills and knowledge?

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Improving mental health starts with early childhood relationships

Improving mental health starts with early childhood relationships | Childhood development | Scoop.it
Making sure children grow up in a safe and stable environment is the goal of Iowa State University researchers working on a statewide evaluation through the Iowa Department of Public Health and the Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting...

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Kere Hughes-Belding, an associate professor of human development and family studies at Iowa State, says the work is critical to the mental and emotional development of children. It's an aspect that is often overlooked, but is just as important as early childhood education, she said. "This is such a critical age and period of development in a child's life. There really is no better age to intervene and get the most benefit," Hughes-Belding said. "The more we can do to promote nurturing and caring relationships between parent and child, the better outcomes for the child."

Read more at: http://medicalxpress.com/news/2013-04-mental-health-early-childhood-relationships.html#jCp
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Book Review of More Behavior Solutions IN and BEYOND the Inclusive Classroom

Book Review of More Behavior Solutions IN and BEYOND the Inclusive Classroom | Childhood development | Scoop.it
Book on behavior solutions in inclusive schools for difficult times between the bells… recess, lunch playground, turn taking. Companion to 1st BESTSELLER.
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5 Non-Prescription Ways to Treat ADHD Symptoms - ADHD

5 Non-Prescription Ways to Treat ADHD Symptoms - ADHD | Childhood development | Scoop.it
For many children the medications can work successfully in diminishing the symptoms of ADHD. Yet there are instances where the medications don&rsq
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Interesting article--A few non-prescription ways to treat ADHD symptoms.  #specialneeds #ADHD

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New Kindergarten Program Aims to Fight 'Nature Deficit Disorder'

New Kindergarten Program Aims to Fight 'Nature Deficit Disorder' | Childhood development | Scoop.it
Riverbend Environmental Education Center is creating a program where nature is the main learning environment.
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More Diagnoses of A.D.H.D. Causing Concern

More Diagnoses of A.D.H.D. Causing Concern | Childhood development | Scoop.it
A marked increase over the last decade in diagnoses of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder could fuel growing concern that the diagnosis and its medication are overused in American children.
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Poor Parenting Styles Linked to Bullying Behavior in Kids – WebMD

Poor Parenting Styles Linked to Bullying Behavior in Kids – WebMD | Childhood development | Scoop.it
Being overprotective may be just as bad as being neglectful for spurring bully and victim roles

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"FRIDAY, April 26 (HealthDay News) -- Parents may think they can keep their kids safe by hovering over them, but a new study finds that children of overprotective parents are more likely to be bullied.

And on the other end of the spectrum, having abusive or neglectful parents also seems to make kids a target for bullies, according to an analysis of 70 studies that included more than 200,000 children."

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The disappearance of childhood and what we can do to get it back

The disappearance of childhood and what we can do to get it back | Childhood development | Scoop.it
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Reclaiming Childhood!

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9 Nature Activities For Families and Children - Ridvan Foxhall

9 Nature Activities For Families and Children - Ridvan Foxhall | Childhood development | Scoop.it
Activities for children to do in nature. Nature walk, hike, go camping, nature journal, nature photography, gardening, build fairy home, watch the clouds.
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New Kindergarten Program Aims to Fight Nature-Deficit Disorder - Children & Nature Network (C&NN)

New Kindergarten Program Aims to Fight Nature-Deficit Disorder - Children & Nature Network (C&NN) | Childhood development | Scoop.it
You may not have heard the term The Children & Nature Network (C&NN) is a national network of regional efforts.
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Ow.ly - image uploaded by @UNDP (UN Development)

Ow.ly - image uploaded by @UNDP (UN Development) | Childhood development | Scoop.it
View and share this image from @UNDP (UN Development) and hosted by Ow.ly (RT @undp: ~14.000 fewer children die/day than in 1990. Let's create #MDGMomentum & safe more!
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Toys recommended by child development experts - by Suzanne Rose - Helium

Toys recommended by child development experts - by Suzanne Rose - Helium | Childhood development | Scoop.it
Toys can do far more than provide fun for young children. They can promote healthy child development.
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