• Moving beyond cyber safety for happy, resilient digital kids
    by Michael Grose on February 19, 2018 at 2:01 pm

    As digital devices becoming increasingly immersed into our lives, it is certainly clear they will continue to play a major role in the education, learning, entertainment and socialization of our children’s lives. This can be a scary prospect for a … The post Moving beyond cyber safety for happy, resilient digital kids appeared first on Parenting Ideas. […]

  • True Grit helps kids succeed
    by Michael Grose on February 11, 2018 at 2:00 pm

    “Talent or persistence. Which would you choose for your child?” I often ask this question at my parenting seminars and the responses are fascinating. Parents naturally want both. Sorry, but that’s not an option. When pushed most parents choose talent … The post True Grit helps kids succeed appeared first on Parenting Ideas. […]

  • 6 skill sets that help kids succeed
    by Michael Grose on February 4, 2018 at 2:00 pm

    When I was teaching, as I got to know to children at the start of the year, I was always on the lookout for factors others than academic ability. As a number of researchers have found, including Prof. Michael Bernard … The post 6 skill sets that help kids succeed appeared first on Parenting Ideas. […]

  • 7 ways to make a sensational start to the school year
    by Michael Grose on January 28, 2018 at 2:00 pm

    A new school year means a fresh start for students. Regardless of your child’s performance last year, they start school with a clean slate. A break offers students the chance to begin new habits and adopt new behaviours. Here are … The post 7 ways to make a sensational start to the school year appeared first on Parenting Ideas. […]

  • How to talk to your child when they’re highly emotional
    by Michael Grose on January 23, 2018 at 1:38 am

    One of the hardest jobs for a parent to do is to talk to your child when they are angry and upset. There are two common mistakes that we make when kids are angry. First mistake is talking or shouting … The post How to talk to your child when they’re highly emotional appeared first on Parenting Ideas. […]

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