As a newspaper columnist, Nancy Devlin, Ph.D. has written over 700 articles on subjects related to education and parenting. Welcome to her Classroom!
We parent of less than perfect children, which is all of us, do best when we become concerned with inner growth of our children and not the façade. Continue reading
It may be difficult to do, but it helps to rejoice in the uniqueness of each person and to allow them to be themselves. Continue reading
Enjoy this time with your children. Plan activities and entertainment. Continue reading
There is a great deal written about self esteem and what teachers and parents can to do to help develop this attribute in children. Dr. Julius Segal in the Brown University Child Behavior and Development Letter writes that teachers have … Continue reading
Parents need to be certain that their children feel loved no matter what they do, do not do, become or do not become. You are their parents and while you may not approve or accept their behavior, you will always … Continue reading