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What Do YOU Teach Your Children Accidentally?

What Do YOU Teach Your Children Accidentally? | Tuulin kuratoinnit | Scoop.it
Have you considered what your children learn from accidental teaching moments?

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Johan Van Niekerk's curator insight, September 23, 2013 12:05 PM

They learn such a lot by just participating. Be it baking, cooking or playing a board game with mum or dad or the whole family.

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Being Thankful for Who Our Children Are Becoming

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On Thanksgiving, express your gratitude for the wonderful traits your children bring to the world.

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Health Education at NPH Guatemala | NPHI Medical Services

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The clinic at NPH Guatemala has organized intensive health education sessions for the children. In charge of theses educational sessions are volunteers Jessica and Kira, a nurse and a clinical assistant.
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Toys Everywhere? Playroom a Mess? It's Okay!

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A blog about parenting and excellence in education.

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Cindy Maloff Terebush, CPC, CYPFC's curator insight, October 20, 2013 4:04 PM

When children walk away from an activity, they aren’t necessarily done.  What learning do we prevent when we declare it done and make them put it away?

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Studying the impact of YouTube on health education: Can you help?

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The “Be Sweet to Babies” research team from the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (lead by Dr. Denise Harrison) is conducting a study using YouTube as a means to widely disseminate health information to parents and health care workers about effective ways to reduce pain during infant immunizations.

 

Can you help?

 

Research shows these techniques work, yet they are rarely used by health care providers and parents.

 

The goal of the study is to use YouTube as a means to disseminate health education to a wide audience, empower parents to advocate for the use of best practices for immunization and ultimately change the way babies are being immunized.

 

By studying the results of this project, the team hope to learn more about health education strategies.  What is learnt from this project has the potential to instruct how future health information is shared with the public.

 

But the video needs to be seen for the study to work.  You can support our research project in the following ways:

 

Watch the video http://youtu.be/8Wzjxvrl91UShare it with colleagues, staff, studentsPost a link to the video on your websiteLike or comment on the video 

If you are interested in this topic and want to read more about YouTube’s role in health education, here are a few other references:

 

YouTube as education channel on STDs:http://www.inform.nu/Articles/Vol16/ISJv16p019-036Prybutok0119.pdfYouTube and education of health professionals: http://www.slideshare.net/luis.luque/youtube-and-medical-educationYouTube to help speed diagnosis of infantile spasms: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21551373
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