School Education in the 21st Century

When I was growing up, our school education was simple. The teacher stood at the front of the class and spoke and the students listened. If any student was having trouble learning in school, they received extra classes. They could be remedial lessons, tuition, or anything that repeated the instruction to help them grasp the concepts of the material taughtContinue reading “School Education in the 21st Century”

Early Childhood Development – What Neuroscience Says About Parenting, Care and Learning – Part 3

This is the last part of a series of posts on Early Childhood Development – What Neuroscience Says About Parenting, Care and Learning. It follows the trends in neuroscience on parenting, care and learning. The full report can be found here: Engaging Families in the Early Childhood Development Story Overview of the messages from neuroscience on parenting, careContinue reading “Early Childhood Development – What Neuroscience Says About Parenting, Care and Learning – Part 3”

Early Childhood Development – What Neuroscience Says About Parenting, Care and Learning – Part 2

This is the continuation from our previous post on Early Childhood Development – What Neuroscience Says About Parenting, Care and Learning. It follows the trends in neuroscience on parenting, care and learning. The full report can be found here: Engaging Families in the Early Childhood Development Story Overview of the messages from neuroscience on parenting, care andContinue reading “Early Childhood Development – What Neuroscience Says About Parenting, Care and Learning – Part 2”

Early Childhood Development – What Neuroscience Says About Parenting, Care and Learning – Part 1

Babylicious by Figur8 began as an early child development blog with topics and articles following the growth and development of my children. Although my children are exiting early childhood, I still receive queries from new parents about early child development so this is an overview of touching on many of the topics I have covered previously, including a summary fromContinue reading “Early Childhood Development – What Neuroscience Says About Parenting, Care and Learning – Part 1”