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Parents Often Using TVs, Tablets as 'Electronic Babysitters' - Arizona Daily Star

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Parents Often Using TVs, Tablets as 'Electronic Babysitters'
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Parental interaction was rare during these times. About 58 percent of families had zero instances of parent-child conversation regarding the media the child was watching. In 35 percent of cases, parents engaged in dialogue in one-third or fewer of the ...

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Tough to manage privacy alone on social media: Report - ETTelecom.com

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Tough to manage privacy alone on social media: Report
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Tough to manage privacy alone on social media: Report. With the world growing increasingly social with a large number of people connecting online, privacy management has become a more collaborative issue, finds a new research.IANS | 16 May 2016, ...
 

For ADHD, Start With Behavior Therapy, Not Drugs, Says the CDC - Health.com

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For ADHD, Start With Behavior Therapy, Not Drugs, Says the CDC
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This should include a discussion about behavior therapy as a first step, she said. ADHD causes hyperactivity, impulsiveness and attention problems. About 2 million of the more than 6 million American children with ADHD ... In eight or more behavioral ...
 

Champions of Children's Privacy - American Libraries

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Champions of Children's Privacy
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“The vast majority of teens on social media are aware of privacy issues, but they conceptualize privacy differently,” says Agosto. “Most teens believe personal privacy doesn't exist—that it's impossible to live a life that's private in today's world ...
 

Parent's guide to sending your kid to college - KSL.com

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Parent's guide to sending your kid to college
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Back-to-school season is fast approaching, and you're likely stressing about all the things you need to do before then to get your kids ready. If you thought the to-do lists for primary school were odious, wait until you see what's required for college ...

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Spotting giftedness in her students becomes a lesson in inclusion for this teacher - PRI

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Spotting giftedness in her students becomes a lesson in inclusion for this teacher
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This means that sometimes kids think so differently that the traditional curriculum is not going to be appropriate for them. It might go too slowly. It might not allow them enough time to dig as deep as gifted children like to dig. In these cases, a ...
 

Gifted Kids: Parents Need To Watch For This Serious Downside - Huffington Post Canada

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Gifted Kids: Parents Need To Watch For This Serious Downside
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Maybe even gifted. Perhaps you have gone so far as to have your child tested and he or she meets the criteria for the gifted program at school. This is a proud parenting moment for many. Yet, there is a dark side to raising a gifted child. Research ...

Personal Technology and the Autistic Child: What One Family Has Learned - Wall Street Journal

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Personal Technology and the Autistic Child: What One Family Has Learned
Wall Street Journal
How much time should children spend on screen? Which kinds of games, videos or online activities are harmful to young minds, and which are neutral or even beneficial? These are difficult questions for a parent. Particularly so for a parent of an ...

5 Tips for Keeping Your Kids Curious About Learning This Summer - Huffington Post

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5 Tips for Keeping Your Kids Curious About Learning This Summer
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When I was a kid, our parents just sent us outside to play, and we played all day. Mostly, I was bored. While I do think outdoor play and even a little boredom is important, I'm talking about outdoor exploration together. For homeschool geometry, we ...
 

How to tell when your child is a bona fide brat - Chicago Tribune

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How to tell when your child is a bona fide brat
Chicago Tribune
How does a parent draw the line between "spirited" or "creative" and "a total brat"? Author Elaine Rose Glickman offers guidelines and advice. How does a parent draw the line between "spirited" or "creative" and "a total brat"? Author Elaine Rose ...

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