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Do not tell them how to do it. – how we montessori
Do not tell them how to do it. Show them how to do it and do not say a word. If you tell them they will watch your lips move. If you show them, they will want to do it themselves. – Maria Montessori. via Do not tell them how to do it. – how […]
The Answer is a Click Away — Better Humans — Medium
We found the solution for technology overload. We turned it off. Who knew that a balanced life was just a click away? via The Answer is a Click Away — Better Humans — Medium.
Teens aren’t abandoning “social.” They’re just using the word correctly. — Understandings & Epiphanies — Medium
Kids aren’t leaving social networks. They’re redefining the word “social.” Rather, they’re actually using the word with the intent of its original meaning: making contact with other human beings. Communicating. Back-and-forth, fairly immediate dialogue. Most of it digitally. But most of it with the intent of a conversation where two (or more) people are exchanging […]
Explore – Vintage anatomy of a space suit from this…
Explore – Vintage anatomy of a space suit from this….
Maquoketa Caves State Park
Maquoketa Caves State Park.
The Accidents of Youth 1819 | The Public Domain Review
The Accidents of Youth 1819 | The Public Domain Review. The Accidents of Youth, consisting of short histories, calculated to improve the moral conduct of children, and warn them of the many dangers to which they are exposed : illustrated by engravings; 1819; Jas. W. and Chas. Adlard, London.
Cool Dad Raising Daughter On Media That Will Put Her Entirely Out Of Touch With Her Generation | The Onion – America’s Finest News Source
“Well, I’m not making the same mistake he did,” Campbell continued as he pulled out vinyl copies of Television’s Marquee Moon, Miles Davis’ Sketches Of Spain, and Big Star’s #1 Record, highly influential albums that will in no way help his daughter interact with her peers at a particularly delicate time in her social development. […]
The Art of Living: A 1924 Guide | Brain Pickings
via The Art of Living: A 1924 Guide | Brain Pickings.
The Touch-Screen Generation – Hanna Rosin – The Atlantic
By their pinched reactions, these parents illuminated for me the neurosis of our age: as technology becomes ubiquitous in our lives, American parents are becoming more, not less, wary of what it might be doing to their children. Technological competence and sophistication have not, for parents, translated into comfort and ease. They have merely created […]