Game Based Learning Brings the History of Civilization to Life
Middle school students learn social studies through Historia, a paper-based simulation game that incorporates a world cultures curriculum aligned to state standards.
Reframing Failure as Iteration Allows Students to Thrive
At New York City's game-based learning school Quest to Learn, sixth graders take risks in the process of designing a Rube Goldberg machine, which enables more creativity, innovation, and engagement.
How to Deal with Your Child’s Bedtime FearsMany children go through phases of having fears associated with nighttime and going to bed.
Weight gain in pregnancyIt's pretty obvious that at a time when you are growing another human being inside your body, you are going to gain a few pounds – but how much is too much?
Half of daughters are proud to dress like their mumsMore than half of young women raid their mother's wardrobes for dresses, coats and shoes because they want to dress like their mum.
Don't criticise pregnant women who want to stay fitI had barely broken the news of my pregnancy to a colleague when she shot me an accusing look and started interrogating me about my lifestyle.
A Parent's Guide to HomeworkLearn why the right kind of homework increases student achievement.
Aggressive KidsWays to prevent and/or correct aggresive behavior in kids.