Newswise – BALTIMORE – Parents know these scenes only too well: • Your child refuses to get dressed and ready for school. • A change of plan causes trouble for your child. • Work from home requirements prevent your child’s question from being answered immediately. What is the best strategy to help the child respond […]
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As wearable sensors have become lighter and cheaper, they have found their way into a number of fitness trackers and health apps. They monitor our movement, record our heart rhythm. You can even measure the quality of our sleep. For autism researchers, wearable sensors offer a new way to track early development. Quote this article: […]
A Colorado mother oversees an independent custody group “Transparency” in its approach to educational equity, which the Douglas County Board of Education on Tuesday likened to controversial, critical racial theory. Rebels against the attempt. “There’s no need to be more transparent about fundamentally flawed policies,” said Deborah Flora, founder and president of Parents United America, […]
Video games have always been something I enjoyed as a kid. My brother and I played our fair share on the Playstation and Xbox, and even as adults, we’ll be quick to enjoy every co-op game we can find this Christmas. As an adult with seemingly endless responsibilities, chores, and jobs, I’m now less inclined […]
If your big kid is constantly playing video games and looking to learn (or is already learning) to code, Game Builder Garage is for you. Teaching Children how to code has been all the rage in STEAM-based learning for the past few years, and now Nintendo wants to provide a fun way for your child […]