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I guess games can make kids smarter

In the last five years, the use of video-game-like math software in K-12 educational programs has grown exponentially. Every day, more studies are released regarding whether or not the use of software is actually making an appreciable difference in the mathematical skills of children and young adults. The findings are wide-ranging, and the results often seem to have more to do with how the software is incorporated into the current curriculum as opposed to the software itself. However, this statistical variability regarding efficacy has not stopped a number of companies from releasing their own educational software, and some companies have found alternative ways of packaging their products.

Programs like DimensionU have been especially successful. Part math software, part video game, the equation-based product requires students to solve Algebra puzzles to advance. It can be played against other teams all over the world via the Internet, and is currently used in a number of junior high and high school classes around the world. In Hawaii, it is currently being used at Waipahu High School, and since its implementation, 80% of the students have increased their math scores. As Waipahu High is the only school in Hawaii using the program, it has provided a highly focused sample of whether the software is having the desired affect. In this case, the answer is clear.

Kids spend a tremendous amount of time playing video games; according to a Kaiser Family Foundation Study, an average of 1:13 min per day. Think of the impact if this time were redirected towards education. But will a math video game every be as fun as blowing away zombies or flying your very own x-wing? That remains to be seen.

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Treat the Children Affectionately

Only 29 countries in the world explicitly ban all forms of violence by law. It’s surprising, but the idea that a slap is the solution to lots of problems is still widely accepted. Truthfully, do we treat our children, nieces, nephews and grandchildren with affection? Is the way in which we relate to them free from violence?

It is essential to educate with affection, without violence. And it is also possible. It is vital in order to guarantee our children’s development and a future of fairer and more peaceful societies. Fathers, mothers, institutions and organisations must develop a common approach: one which satisfies each and every need for each phase of a child’s development, and the respect for the rights described in the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

As adults and guardians of our children this is the path that should be followed, the only one. We must protect our boys and girls, care for and cuddle them, but also provide them with the tools and capacities they need to develop and reach their full potential. In short, offer them the opportunity to have a better future. But how do we go about it?

The main thing is to integrate and incorporate these guidelines into our daily routines, social policies, and encourage them in the interpersonal relationships between children and their day-to-day at school, at home, or during extracurricular activities. High expectations and not enough affection and communication? Lower expectations and more affection and communication? Neither. It is about finding a balance. Finding the exact dose of affection and expectation, combined in a responsible way, and prioritising the best interests of the child, respecting his or her right to participate and express views freely in relation to the aspects that affect him or her.

Positive parenting is based on the rights of children and involves establishing the necessary limits so that they can develop their full potential as a member of the family and the community they live in. Positive parenting means respecting their rights and educating them, without resorting to physical punishment or any other kind of violence.

It is our obligation and responsibility to ensure that children grow up in a family environment that gives them security, love and understanding. This is the best way to guarantee a child’s full physical, emotional and social development. However, it is still a considerable challenge in many parts of the world and the statistics from some countries do not leave one indifferent.

Fathers and mothers need support in order to exercise their roles in a responsible and positive way. In order to carry out their educational and social task they need more policies and programs that promote an education based on good treatment and affection, and favour the social, employment and financial conditions needed to be able to do so. It is vital to promote and favour positive parenting, as it is the best way to prevent abuse and child exclusion.

Educating and imposing discipline without using violence, without resorting to punishment, be it physical or psychological, is possible.

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Ata BeLibi - You're in My Heart


YOU ARE IN MY HEART

You are in my heart
You are the child I bore from love, with love
I dreamed of raising you in a world of tranquility
I hoped to always keep a tear away from you

You are in my heart,
you are the flower that smiles in my soul,
in my soul.
You flow in my blood and in every breath
And for me you will be a chick even when you grow up

G'd, guard the light of my eyes *
Guard my children that blossom
Look over them, and guard them for me
What is my life without them
G'd, guard the light of my eyes....

You are in my heart,
you penetrate from my throat,
weaved in my songs, in adversities
My heart goes out to you in difficult times
For me you will be a chick even when you are in uniform

So much in my heart,
You will learn the hard way, to make mistakes and pay their price
The pain will be yours
If I could only fail instead of you
How will I make sure you will be happy tomorrow

G'd, guard the light of my eyes...*


Singers, Oma and Moshe Datz
Thanks to Phill Moss and Chana Shuvaly (Words translated by Phil Moss of Chicago-USA, assisted by Chana Shuvaly of Melbourne-Australia).

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The Happiness Of Parents & Children.

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A Mother's Love

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Today I read the story of a mother.



An amazing story. An example for all. I think it's worth, we who are parents, look for your posts and learn a little with this mother.



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The feeding good or bad for children

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Danger! The Small Adult

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