Linda Stade

Education Writer

Month

June 2017

How To Help Introverts To Be Happy And Thrive at School

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School is designed for extroverts. It is loud and busy and dictated to by bells and buzzers and the urgency of getting through lessons and assessments. Even recess and lunch are full on. There is co-curricular and meetings to attend,… Continue Reading →

When Kids Don’t Fit In

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At some stage, most kids will feel alone at school. For some reason, they are different and don’t fit in. How do we support them and create inclusion? How do we help kids who don’t fit in? Yesterday, a twelve-year-old… Continue Reading →

What Happens When You Digitally Drench Kids?

Today the average Australian household has 12 Internet enabled devices. We have invited this technology into our homes, our workplaces and our schools and as yet it is unregulated. It hasn’t been possible to study long term effects because…there has… Continue Reading →

The Power of Consistency in a Now, Now, Now World

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Teach kids the benefits of consistency. It takes time and patience to achieve the best things in life. If you had to identify one thing that distinguishes this generation of teens from all those before it, I think it would… Continue Reading →

How To Respond To Your Child’s Friendship Issues

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Your daughter comes home from school and her heart is broken. Her best friends have told her they don’t want her to come to the sleep over they have planned for the weekend.  Or your son sees on Snapchat that… Continue Reading →

What Makes Your Child’s Sparents So Special?

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The first time I heard the term sparent was eight years ago. It was around the same time as my first nephew was born. My brother thought that the idea of sparents was brilliant, especially when there was a particularly… Continue Reading →

Why a Mobile Phone Ban is a Gift to Students

The fact that parents believe mobile phones are essential to keeping kids safe is testament to the power of marketing. If phone companies really were worried about the wellbeing of children, they would be heavily marketing cheap ‘dumb’ phones…phones that… Continue Reading →

Enough With Finland

Most people know very little about Finland. They might be able to name the capital, they know it’s very cold and they know that they have an excellent education system. In recent times much has been written about this system,… Continue Reading →

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