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6 Quotes from Howard Gardner on Education

Howard Gardner is an American psychologist and researcher. He’s best known for his theory of multiple intelligences, in which he describes the existence of at least eight types of intelligence (linguistic, logical-mathematical, visuospatial, musical, body-kinesthetic, naturalistic, intrapersonal and interpersonal). This…

Being a Witness to School Bullying

Nowadays, we’re accustomed to hearing about social and school inclusion. Nonetheless, every day in schools around the world, there are cases in which children may be the victim, aggressor, or witness to school bullying. Don’t forget that inclusive education consists…

Type 2 Diabetes in Children

Type 2 diabetes in children is a relatively recent disease because, traditionally, it was exclusively associated with adults. There are increasing cases of childhood obesity worldwide. As a consequence, this disease is becoming increasingly common among children and adolescents. What…

Generalized Anxiety Disorder in Children

When considering psychological disorders in children, anxiety problems are the most common ones. It’s always difficult to diagnose this type of condition, as it’s hard to determine whether or not it’s simply part of the child’s development at that age.…

The Robinson Method to Learn to Study

How do we teach children to study? What is the correct method? Does it depend on the subject? These are frequently asked questions among parents. That’s why we’ll explain one of the best techniques in the world to learn to…

All About High Demand Children

High demand children are active and require a lot of care, as they’re more sensitive and demanding. If your child cries all the time, is always hungry, needs attention, wants to spend all day glued to you, and always requires…

Detecting Family Problems: The Role of the School

What actions should schools take when they become aware of family problems? First, schools should work towards effectively detecting family problems. The school should help identify the problem early on before there are consequences for the student, both academically and…

Socialization in Children: 4 Key Concepts

Human beings are social by nature. We live in communities and constantly interact with others. In fact, we begin learning to live with other people at a very young age. But this isn’t always easy. For this reason, we present…

Books to Teach Your Kids About Colors

Colors are some of the first things your little ones learn about, with their education beginning even before school starts. There are many different ways to teach your kids about colors. In this article, we’ll take a look at books…