This picture is one I just snapped from the Letters to the Editor page of the latest Tots to Teens magazine. I am delighted to report that the article those readers found useful was one that I created. You can read it here. It’s a phenomenon I thought others would recognise, and LO! IT is SO!
We are more alike than we know. The ways we are the same are so many more than the ways we differ. Important to consider this week, as we slide toward election day in NZ. It is no secret that I am a left-leaning, progressive liberal and this is the way I will vote. No matter your politics, I just hope everyone who can vote, does. Especially the women!
A couple of links now … this is more of the stuff I’ve been sharing plenty of, it’s about the benefits of hand writing notes. Laptops away!
And PRAISE BE for this wisdom … I love you Golden Bay!!! It is wise for schools to switch off WiFi at lunchtime. People need to practice being the ADULTS to their teens. Wiser, and Kind. Because without intervention, young people may wind up like THIS! Thanks, Harvard Business Review, for highlighting the impending epidemic that is the inability relate to other humans! JEEZ, LOUISE!! Anyone else worried??
This is an important article about a worrying trend in early childhood education – the size of these centres is downright alarming and not conducive to quality!! Interesting to juxtapose that article with this one, about school readiness. Or not-readiness, as the case may be.
This is an awesome article from the Girl Scouts of America, about one of the ways that girlhood is sexualised prematurely and unnecessarily. Catcalling. Ugh. I remember that happening to me when I was ridiculously young, and the shame I felt … even though I’d done nothing wrong … UGH! I’d have been sub-11. UGH!!!