Early Learning in the News: March 15, 2021
Check out some of the latest news in the early learning industry!
Spending a term in early years would mean that all teachers – regardless of key stage – would be better able to respond to pupils’ needs, says Lizzy Price. – VIEW FULL STORY
It was a simple experiment. Lucia Alcala, a psychologist, built a tiny model grocery store with aisles and different items that she could put on a family’s dining room table. She and her colleagues brought the model store to 43 family’s homes along California’s Central Coast. Each family had a pair of siblings, ages 6 to 10. – VIEW FULL STORY
Do you want a teen who lies, deceives, and sneaks behind your back to get what they want? No, you probably don’t—neither do I. Lying is a habit that starts when they are young. Then, by the time they have become teenagers, they would be proficient in lying because of years of practice. It is far better to teach children not to lie and instill in them the habit of honestly while they are young. Their character is dependent on their ability to be transparent, honest, and an unwillingness to bend the truth. Lying is a habit, as is honesty. – VIEW FULL STORY