If someone asks me where does my desire for helping others come from, or where does that endless passion for working as a socio-academic and emotional interventionist come from, my only answer would be: we all have either a learning disability or a learning difficulty…
It is clearly established, thanks to different worldwide investigations in diverse areas of knowledge, that socio-emotional abilities do play an unprecedented role in our lives.
Among the responsibilities that we have as parents, there is one that is very important: make sure that our children’s school life is as enjoyable as possible.
My mind always wanders, like many of you, between words and definitions that make great contributions to our mental stability, not only because of what these words mean and imply in our personal lives, but also the implications they partake on the ones we love the most.
The concept of how to discipline and how to deal with conflict in this century is far away from physical punishment and humiliation.
The world of education is like the world of computers: always looking for the best ways to fit and suit individual needs.
“Everything in writing begins with language. Language begins with listening.” –Jeanette Winterson
Do you know clearly how your children learn? , or what is the best way for you to learn? Well, it turns out that it is essential to know…
There are lots of reasons we parents get worried about our children when they are showing signs of a possible learning disability, or a behavior that we consider is not “normal”.
The adulthood life comes with presents that we should embrace, instead of reject.