No Quick Fix: Taking a Deeper Approach to Dealing with Challenges No Quick Fix: Taking a Deeper Approach to Dealing with Challenges
Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Ours is a world that is filled with ideas, suggestions, recommendations, and solutions for the myriad of problems that face us.  Advice of all kinds is plentiful in books and all over the internet, and no subject offers a greater variety of advice than parenting.   Information sharing and advice have their places, and sometimes […]

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Imitation, the Media, and the World of the Young Child Imitation, the Media, and the World of the Young Child
Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Early in my Waldorf teacher training, I learned that young children learn through imitation.  It has taken me years to come to understand the myriad of ways in which this truth plays out in daily life.  Imitation is how children learn to walk, talk, and take on the specific values of their culture.  Learning through […]

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