Emotional intelligence (EI) is the ability to recognize and manage your own emotions, as well as the emotions of others. It involves being able to identify and express your feelings, regulate your emotions, empathize with others, and use that understanding to navigate social situations effectively. EI is important for a variety of reasons, including better… Continue reading From Toddlers to Teens: Why Teaching Emotional Intelligence and Active Listening Should be a Priority for Every Parent and Educator
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Developing Critically Thinking Children Isn’t as Difficult as One May Think. It’s as Simple as Asking Some Questions…
It's no secret I'm a homeschooling advocate. The reason being that, if your child is enrolled in the compulsory educational system, this system is KNOWN for sucking the imagination out of children and turning them into obedient little drones. Let's keep it real, I went to public school and you, the reader, most likely did too. Were questions encouraged? What about intelligent discourse? Pointing out inconsistencies or inaccuracies in the school curriculum? We all know that's a QUALIFIED NO! Hence, my whole reasoning behind my advocacy of homeschooling one's children.