Category: Parenting & Education

ChildUp Early Learning Quote #295: Children’s Development Is at its Greatest…

       

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Study: Children’s Brain Size Can Be Molded by Experience

- According to a study led by Kimberly Noble, a professor of pediatrics at both Teachers College, Columbia University and at the university’s medical school, with Elizabeth Sowell, a researcher at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, as senior author: the development of children’s and teenagers’ brains seems to be linked to family income. …
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ChildUp Early Learning Quote #294: Kindergarten Students Learn More…

       

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What Do Parents of Successful Children Have in Common?

Most parents want their children to succeed at school and later in their professional career. So far, even if nobody has discovered the perfect parenting recipes, psychologists have determined seven factors that can significantly help parents to raise great achievers. Discover here what parents of the most successful children have in …
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ChildUp Early Learning Quote #293: Many Children in Kindergarten…

       

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5 Parenting Mistakes You Might Regret Later

- Raising children is one of the most exciting and rewarding adventures a woman or a man can experience, but also one of the most challenging. Parenting is a long-lasting journey that will affect our children for life. Along the way, we are fully aware we are doing some mistakes, …
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ChildUp Early Learning Quote #292: Underestimating our Youngest Students…

       

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How to Develop a Growth Mindset in our Children

- The concept of “growth mindset” – opposed to “fixed mindset” – was discovered by famous Stanford Professor Carol Dweck. It is the belief that our intelligence and abilities in domains as diverse as math, language, creativity, relationship, leadership or sports are not fixed at birth, but can be developed …
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ChildUp Early Learning Quote #291: Talking and Interaction…

       

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The Flynn Effect: Why We Are Smarter Than our Grandparents

- The continual increase in the intelligence quotient (IQ) scores during the last century indicates that most people living nowadays in America are smarter than their grandparents. This is called the Flynn effect, named after James Flynn the psychologist who discovered this trend. – According to Flynn’s principle, if people …
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