gender bias: good girls are bad at math

Good Girls Are Bad At Math: How Gender Stereotyping Affects Learning

Gender stereotyping attitude towards numerical disciplines matter because those beliefs encourage girls to undermine their math abilities, dislike or avoid mathematics and therefore choose non-math oriented careers.
Sustainable lifestyle ideas

12 Sustainable Lifestyle Ideas That Will Be The Norm In Our Kids’ World

Millennials continue to the be most willing to pay extra for sustainable offerings, with generation Z not far behind. Here are 12 sustainable lifestyle ideas that might well become the staple in our children's lives- much like smartphones and social media have become in ours.
Holiday hoemwork for parents

This school is redefining holiday homework. It’s for parents, not kids!

From tips on bonding to learning the value of effort, from hitting it up with neighbours to sharing the love with pets, this holiday to-do list for parents has it all covered adorably!

Do Fewer Toys For Children Mean Lesser Play?

There is credit in intentionally limiting toys for children. Fewer toys for children act as stimulants to develop creativity and empathy. Amidst the constant bombardment of more advanced, more colorful, more stimulating, more educational, more this and more that, this article presents why less is really more!
The Genius of Play

The Genius of Play: Interview with Anna Yudina

The Genius of Play website also provides teachers with suggested easy-to-implement lesson plans featuring fun ways to incorporate play into classrooms with a focus on activities that enhance literacy and math skills, along with take-home print materials with play ideas for busy days for parents.