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The Fallacy of the “Summer Slide”

Learning that is lost by taking a few weeks away from the classroom was never good learning to begin with. Henrik Hoeg debunks the bogus concept of "summer slide".
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Learning Through Natural Consequences

Children learn best when they are allowed to experience the consequences of their actions or choices, within reasonable bounds of safety and well-being. By Katrina Rozga CCC MC (Psych).
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Insomnia and Mental Health

Almost every mental illness is associated with poor sleep, either as cause or effect. Dr. Alison Cook adds her knowledge to this article on managing insomnia.
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5 myths of giftedness

Common misconceptions about bright students’ can often conceal their special needs and prevent them from reaching their academic potential. Read about now the myths of giftedness hinder, rather than help,...
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Net Neutral Parenting

If technology can erode traditional parental control, the knee-jerk reaction of some parents may be to curtail access and exposure entirely. But technology is a powerful tool that our children...
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What we learn from sadness

We want our children to be happy. But they should also be allowed feel the full range of human emotions and learn to cope with them. Katrina Rozga CCC MC...
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Excoriation Disorder

Everyone picks their skin from time to time. But for people with Excoriation Disorder -- also known a skin-picking disorder -- the compulsion to pick is overwhelming, leading to painful...
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Volunteering pays back

Preschoolers account for 6% of Chinese students on study tours. Katrina Rozga, MC (Psych) adds her insights to an SCMP article on tiger parents sending preschoolers abroad for language education.
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How to help children make sense of senseless tragedy

This is a repost of Dr. Jadis Blurton's 2013 SCMP article written in the wake of the Sandyhook School shooting. We are very sad to have to offer this support...
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