education

Stories About Female Scientists for Children

When you think of great scientists in history, you might think of names like Einstein or Newton. However, what about female scientists throughout history? Society has always left them in the background, giving more importance to the achievements of their…

My Child Doesn’t Respect Me: What to Do?

All parents hope to have a good and harmonious relationship with their children. Nonetheless, sometimes in the day-to-day tensions that can arise, you can become overwhelmed and frustrated thinking “my child doesn’t respect me.” Sometimes we feel that things escalate…

What Are the Specific Needs for Educational Support?

School inclusion is a process of improvement and innovation, since it aims to minimize or eliminate barriers that limit students who require educational support and guidance due to specific educational needs. For various reasons, children who have specific educational needs…

Steps for Applying Gamification in the Classroom

Gamification in the classroom is becoming more and more important in the educational process. Games are a fundamental part of culture. And the more important play becomes in learning, the greater potential games have to transform the experiences of school-aged…

What Should Parents Know About Bullying?

In an ideal world, bullying would always be resolved at school without any need for parental intervention. In practice, however, it’s not always a simple matter to solve, and there are different environmental factors that have a great influence. Regardless…

How to Keep Kids Learning During the Summer

If kids don’t continue learning during the summer vacation, they can forget many of the things they learned at school. This is known as The Summer Slide and to avoid it, you should keep their minds busy during their break. After…

Symbolic Play in Children with Autism

Autism is a neurobehavioral disorder that makes it difficult to communicate and socialize with others. There are restricted interests and repetitive behavior. In many cases, these symptoms prevent children with autism from fully developing symbolic play. Games and role-playing can…

Leisure Education and Valuing Free Time

The goal of leisure education is to teach us to truly value and make the best use of our free time. Unfortunately, not all of our free time outside of official work hours is leisure time. We also need time…

An Ecological Approach Against Bullying

Bullying isn’t only an educational problem, but it’s also a social one. Because of that, we must take measures using an ecological approach against bullying. All the areas and environments where a child grows up and develops should be included…