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Early Childhood Education

Using Drama and Theater in the Classroom to Promote Literacy

By Anica Stojkovic on 17th Aug 2017

Numerous studies indicate that using drama in the classroom as a means of teaching helps students learn academically, socially, and…

Early Childhood Development

Learning from Nature

By Anna Chulack on 8th Aug 2017

Nowadays, many children sadly have limited opportunities to connect with and learn from the outside world and its natural state,…

Early Childhood Education

Moving Forward with Instructional Coaching in Early Childhood

By Rebecca Blazar Lebowitz on 28th Jul 2017

This month, Rebecca Lebowitz, inaugural Djokovic Fellow at Harvard University’s Center on the Developing Child, provides insight into her fascinating…


In Conversation with the Djokovic Fellows: Rebecca Lebowitz

By Alberto Lidji on 25th Jul 2017

The Novak Djokovic Foundation and the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University have awarded four Harvard advanced doctoral…


Fun in the Sun: Playing in the Sand

By Elizabeth Brewer on 21st Jul 2017

Playing outdoors can be engaging for all ages and cognitive abilities. Playing in the sand isn’t simply just for entertainment,…

Early Childhood Education

Help Your Child to Learn and Play: What Astronomy Has to Do with Children’s Imagination?

By Luiz Felipe Moraes on 6th Jul 2017

In terms of cognitive development and education, an excellent way to widen your children’s imagination can be through science itself,…

Early Childhood Development

The Impacts of Sports upon Children’s Lives and Parenting

By Luiz Felipe Moraes on 30th Jun 2017

Although misrepresented by unhealthy competitiveness and big money schemes, sports still play a major role in teaching lessons both for…

Early Childhood Development

Swimming for Babies: Not Only Allowed, but Also Recommended

By Luiz Felipe Moraes on 28th Jun 2017

Many parents are often not aware of how good it is for a baby to swim, and it’s time to…

Early Childhood Development

Dealing with the Stress of Finding Joy

By Ananya Singh on 21st Jun 2017

“All I wish is that joy were a fruit that grew on the get-at-able branches of some perennial, evergreen tree…


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