Important Skills To Teach

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Teaching Self Regulation

Teaching Self Regulation

Teaching Self Regulation This lesson is on Teaching Self Regulation to our kids. (An important way to teach your kids self-regulation is for you to "model" self-regulation for yourself.  This goes to the lesson on changing others requires you to model the behavior you...

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Skills Parents Should Teach

Skills Parents Should Teach

Skills Parents Should Teach These are a list of skills parents should teach the next generation.  I would like to go into detail on each one of these and expand the list if needed. Integrity Respect for Self and Others Curiosity and Creativity Service and Generosity...

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What to Teach Children about Avatars

How to Teach Children About Avatars It is important to teach children about Avatars. An avatar is a personalized graphical illustration that represents a computer user, or a character or alter ego that represents that user. An avatar can be represented either in...

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Computer Terms for Kids

Computer Terms for Kids This is a list of computer terms for kids.  It highlights some important concepts. Backup – This is an extra copy of a file or document. Browser – This is the program you use to browse files.  A web browser will browse internet files, like...

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Verbal Communication Skills

Verbal Communication Skills Almost every job requires workers to use verbal communication skills.  That’s why verbal skills are highly ranked on the candidate evaluation checklists used by many job interviewers. The stronger your communication skills, the better your...

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Non Verbal Communication Skills

Non-Verbal Communication Skills Parents need to master non-verbal communication skills.  Kids can be very non-verbal so understanding how non-verbal works will greatly increase a parents ability to communicate. The Importance of Nonverbal Communications Most...

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Ways to Improve Parental Communication

Improving Parental Communication We can always learn how to improve our Parental Communication Be Consistent Follow through. Know your intent. Be age appropriate Understand how your child sees the world. Be nice. Understand when to use a carrot and when to use a...

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Active Listening

Active Listening Active listening is the process by which an individual secures information from another individual or group by actively engaging with them to ensure understanding.  The active element involves taking steps to draw out information that might not...

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