We are listing these books from Win Wenger Ph.D., who we featured in Issue 13, article2: Current Regards on Building Brains and Improving Human Intelligence Clicking on any of the titles will take you temporarily to his web site where … Continue reading
Category Archives: Issue 14
Throughout our issues we have tried to elect a diversity of exemplary Web sites that could help you whether you are a parent, educator, or student. These are no different. Do you have a favorite site that you would like … Continue reading
Article 4 – The Importance of Listening Skills for Your Preschool Child’s Learning and Development, By Dorinne S. Davis-Kalugin,President, Davis Centers, Inc.
Most people know that hearing and speech are very important in a child’s development. What is as important is the skill of listening. Some people think hearing and listening are the same skill but they are not. Hearing is simply … Continue reading
Editorial by Zulma Prieto (in English and en Español) My physics teacher once told me that the accumulation of a quantitative change generates a qualitative change. His explanation was like this: If you have an egg and you increase the … Continue reading
Kate Jones heads a very unique company, Kadon Enterprises. Its products include excellently crafted game boards and puzzles. Her article here gives fascinating information about gaming through the ages and the need for development of more positive, non-violent games. You … Continue reading
Out in San Francisco there’s a tremendous organization called the Exploratorium. Some might say it’s a museum, but it goes much farther than the traditional museum. Officially it calls itself “The Museum of Science, Art, and Human Perception.” Much of … Continue reading