Before dealing with the topic of the Iron in Quran versus Bible versus sciences, it is essential to remember that the total words of the Bible are 788,280 while total words of the Quran are 77,473. In addition, Iron is mentioned 91 times in the Bible and five times in the Quran. It follows that, the Bible has the potential of more than 10 times the Quran Read More →
Considering my age, and I guess I was in the first phase of technology, I have seen its effects from industry to education. When I was in advertising my graduating class was the first wave to start really using computers in the design process. A lot of older designers were like fish out of water and either took the opportunity to learn the software and adjust Read More →
Adults often become frustrated when communicating with young children.
Parents and teachers often ask me, “Are we really communicating? Do they understand me? Do I truly understand them?”
Children, especially young children, are still learning to use words. Their communication skills are relatively new. Language may be the last piece added Read More →
In a classic sense, what people mean by sustainability is that they are going to preserve what they have. In our work with the Carpe Vitam Foundation, we prefer to say that we want to conserve, not preserve. We have trademarked the term ‘open architecture’ to describe that process. You begin with the core values and beliefs of the whole community, not just the district. That’s the foundation. Read More →
Gone are the days when you had to think twice before taking the plunge! To be precise in order to pursue higher studies you were supposed to run to and fro. It was costly and also risky. Wasn’t it so? Your answer will be “YES”. But now onwards free yourself from such tensions. With the changing pace of time the world is coming closer and closure. Education Read More →
Despite mixed reviews from many educators-and some researchers-Chicago’s policy to end social promotion has turned out to be a popular program. Surprisingly, perhaps, its most avid fans are the people most affected by it: teachers and students. The Consortium on Chicago School Research (CCSR), an independent research group founded in 1990, has asked many questions about this pioneering Read More →
A person’s life goes through different stages. As a child, the needs are different as compared to when he grows up. At adulthood, more changes are experienced and more challenges are faced. But somewhere in between is a time that is most crucial and oftentimes most difficult for many. This stage is called adolescence or puberty which needs a lot of practical parenting.
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The logical mind brings only half of the picture, so you will never understand the true nature of yourselves or your world if you do not put that partial picture together with the other pieces that exist within your emotional content. It is important to recognise that the logic of the mind will bring you conclusions, whereas the logic of the emotions will bring you Cognition.
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Children with special needs often need help navigating society, especially at an early age. Playgrounds can be ruthless, school bullies can be relentless, and the constant feeling of being an outsider can be emotionally exhausting. However, with some help, children with special need can and often do fit in with the children around them. Related Articles San Francisco Martial Arts Read More →
By: Dawn-Elise Snipes
As homeschool parents, there are many options for teaching our children. I have found the variety out there to actually be overwhelming, but few resources actually meet my needs. My son is gifted, but has ADHD. As a clinician and a professor, I hated seeing him struggle in school. Each day he would tell me he had “Carnitors” (T-Rex’s Read More →