"The number of stay-at-home Dads has doubled in the last 25 years, reaching a peak of 2.2 million in 2010, according to a new report by the Pew Research Center. And although the Great Recession contributed to a sharp uptick, by far, the fastest growing segment of at-home Dads say they’re home taking care of the kids because they want to be."
Everything I needed to know about parenting, I learned from Project Runway
Parenting, after all, is kind of like the ultimate reality show. It's about assessing your challenges and transforming them into something manageable. I didn't need to make things perfect; I just needed to make it work.
Of birth plans and C-sections: Let’s give ourselves a break
Is your daughter one smart cookie but not much of a reader? Or maybe you know a boy who can't put down his book but envelopes himself in a dark cloud of misery when someone mentions writing about that book. Here's something that may help: introduce them to a literary rock star. Take them to a children's book signing.
We teach children to ask questions at a very early age, then we send them into the secondary school classroom where we ask them to quietly absorb information without questioning it. Project-based learning (PBL) encourages students to ask questions and explore topics that interest them within the subject. It puts them back into the driver’s seat of learning. PBL is not simply "doing projects"; it is a process of learning that involves both the students and the teacher. The teacher...