In a nutshell, self-compassion is being kind and understanding when confronted with personal failings rather than judging and self-criticizing for inadequaciesContinue reading
Pamela Guest is the Founder and Chief Editor at IEP Magazine. More importantly, she is one of us, a parentContinue reading
Encourage your child by focusing on strengths and minimizing stress.
Focus on the whole child – not just academics!
Practice makes perfect. Better said, practice makes progress. Learning a new skill requires repetition to automate it. Similarly, every beginnerContinue reading
The longest activity in a typical day is sleeping. High quality and right quantity of sleep at the right timeContinue reading
Is this April’s Fools Day??? My 7 year old son is asking me to give him fish oil… I guessContinue reading
Dyslexia, often described as a hidden reading disability, causes difficulty in learning to read or interpret words, letters, and otherContinue reading
While in Western countries the dyslexia phenomenon has been closely explored, in the Japanese education community problems of dyslexics has been silenced for a long time, and only with the book “読めなくても、書けなくても、勉強したい” (I can’t read or write but I want to learn) by Satoru Inoue, the matter started to receive public attention.Continue reading
You can’t love learning if you struggle with it. Learning should be a lifelong obsession that starts at an earlyContinue reading
Frustrating. That’s it. Hugely frustrating dealing, with stereotypes and misperceptions that cloud the field of dyslexia. It’s the closed mindednessContinue reading