Learn what Think-Pair-Share does for student learning in the classroom. If your student’s class doesn’t already use this, should they begin to?
Oral History is not a new way to educate children. However, its power to teach is often underestimated in the classroom. Learn how it could influence your child.
Every parent knows the anticipation of waiting to hear a child say their first words. Watching children find their voices and learn to express themselves is one of the most satisfying parts of being a new parent.
Public speaking is not just for business professionals. Studies show that there are great benefits to public speaking in children.