Education Development

Tips For Helping Your Child Overcome Separation Anxiety When He Or She Goes To Camp

If you have a child, you likely want to make sure that he or she has an awesome time during the summer. One way to do this is to send him or her to a summer camp for a few weeks. This camp will allow him or her to meet new people, get some exercise, and generally enjoy a different area than he or she normally lives in. However, if your child is young or if your child has separation anxiety, he or she might not want to go to camp and might not have fun because he or she is scared without you there. Read More 

4 Tips For Creating An Organized And Welcoming Classroom

As a kindergarten teacher, one of the most important parts of the new school year is preparing your classroom. Among other important factors, one of the best ways to reach your little ones each day is to have an organized, fully functional classroom at the start of school. The following are some tips in getting your classroom ready to go for the first day of school: Welcome Your Students Create a welcoming environment for your new students. Read More 

4 Step Guide On Getting Your Child To Sleep

After what seems like hours of fighting to get your baby to sleep, he/she allows you to sleep for a few hours before waking once again. But not every parent is comfortable with controlled crying, letting the baby "cry it out," or teaching the baby to self-soothe. If you fall into that category or you just have a stubborn sleeper on your hands, what are you supposed to do? How do you get your baby to sleep? Read More 

3 Networking Tips To Try When You’re Still In College

Are you in college? If so, your professors might have told you that networking is going to be very important for your career. It's true that making connections and meeting others in your industry is essential, and the truth is that you don't have to wait until you graduate to get started. In fact, you shouldn't. These are a few networking tips that you can try while you're still in college so that you can help get your career off to a good start. Read More 

Selecting Child Care For Your Kid: Home Child Care Vs. Day Care Center

When the time comes to head back to work after having your child, you will need to decide on who is going to watch over them during the day. Thankfully, there are plenty of options available to you based on you and your child's needs. You may be between having home child care, or taking them to a day care center. Here is some helpful information to help you pick between these two options. Read More