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Do you have a teen that is approaching the age to drive? If so, you have probably already imagined the first time you take him or her out on the road for the first lesson. Does this seem like something that you can stomach? I took my son to a parking lot for his first lesson and it literally made me sick. That was the one and only time that I tried teaching my son how to drive. This blog contains information about driving school for teens. You will find a list of things that your teen will learn and a long list of benefits from paying for professional lessons.


Tips For Teaching Toddlers Responsibility And Independence Through Household Tasks

One of the biggest challenges of early childhood development is teaching kids independence, autonomy, and responsibility. Many parents overlook the opportunity during the toddler years, when a child's desire to please leads them to mimic, but this is an ideal time to start teaching your kids how to build some independence and be responsible for some things around the house. The easiest way to do this is by getting them involved in the day-to-day home maintenance with chores. Read More 

Adult Education Tip: Avoiding Stealing Other People’s Ideas In A Research Paper

So you're in an adult education class and your teacher wants you to write a research paper. You feel confident about your writing skills, but it's been decades since you wrote anything. You may be in danger of accidentally committing plagiarism. Learning how to avoid this can keep you from looking bad in the eyes of your teacher. What Is Plagiarism? If you've been out of school for a long time (or never went to college or a university), it can be tricky to understand plagiarism and what it even is. Read More 

Toddlers And Tablets: How To Balance the Use Of Technology

In general, most experts say that you should limit or completely ban technology in the day care setting. This is mostly due to the popular Montessori philosophy that young children need the opportunity to have concrete, meaningful experiences in the real world before applying their skills and knowledge to digital formats. However, with increasing touchscreen technology, younger children are finding it easy and intriguing to interact with tablets and smartphones. As a parent, it is important that you know your day care center's stance on technology and you have a plan for your child's interaction with technology. Read More