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To teach a harmony song to a group, you don’t want whole sections standing around waiting their turn.photo by COD NewsroomNot only should you break the song into chunks, but you should build the harmonies as you go along. Here’s how.I’ve writte...

When my daughter was very young, we would read the toddler classic Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? In the story, the title character spots a red bird, a yellow duck, a blue horse, a green frog, a purple cat, a white dog, a black sheep and a...

Parenting, I am learning, is like being the belayer to a roped rock climber—you’ve got to know when to hold on tight and when to give some slack. (No, I’m not a rock climber myself, but I once took an intro class using a Groupon.) You want to m...

Original Article by TechSling Weblog: Looking back, have you ever realized how far you have come? From reading pocket charts, now that you are knowledgeable … The post 8 Different Teachers We Have All Encountered in our Lives first appeared on...

Andre Agassi, the legendary American tennis player, made an appearance at SXSW 2018 to announce a partnership with Square Panda, a startup that makes educational apps for kids. Through his Early Childhood Neuroscience Foundation, Agassi and Square Pa...

If you have ever wondered what goes on to make an effective teacher, this research paper by Angela Duckworth and colleagues, throws some light on the issue. Teaching is a stressful job; in majority of cases, you are not able to see the impact of you...

Jeremy, . . One thing I know for sure is that if you were to make that call in a rage it would never bring you peace, but then again, neither would living without closure. The peace you are looking for will come to regardless of what your family does...