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5 Things I Want My Daughter to Learn in School

5 Things I Want My Daughter to Learn in School | Parent Education | Scoop.it
As a school administrator, I have spent a lot of time considering the knowledge, and skills, that I hope (and need) our students to develop during their time in our junior high school.  The sad thi...
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Steve Reifman

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This "Teaching Kids" channel includes 1-2 minute tips for educators and parents, along with other useful teaching resources.
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This youtube channel has a ton of short videos.

I think there might be some good ones to use on a facebook page or in electronic newsletters to parents?

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20 Things I Will Not Regret Doing With My Kids

20 Things I Will Not Regret Doing With My Kids | Parent Education | Scoop.it
I want my kids to remember that there were times when their mother looked them in the eye and smiled. And for me, this often means shutting my laptop, putting down my phone, taking a break from my my to-do list and just giving them time.
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Three Types of Problems in Education

Three Types of Problems in Education | Parent Education | Scoop.it
Have you even been in one of those meetings where you are discussing the same problem that has been discussed every few months for the past year. You know the feeling. You look at the agenda and yo...
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Education's gone rogue: Parent Voice in Public Education

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I haven't read this whole article yet - I want to come back and give it more time/thought.

 

It's important to respect different approaches, different families, and different needs.

 

What can we agree on, as communities? What can we afford to accomodate re: options? What can't we?

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