Welcome to our PFE-Parenting for Education Website.
Parenting for Education narrows its attention to elements of learning which span from babyhood to teen years. We consider that there are things a fifteen year old may not know and struggles with because he did not learn these things when he was between ages three and six years-old or maybe later. Fortunately, at fifteen years of age, he can still learn a new. So, as you read the article, tips, and activity in this PFE edition, please keep in mind your child’s needs, not his age.
Regardless of age, determine whether skills related to one-to-one correspondence or skills related to inference may be helpful to the individual children whom you know.
For our “Research in Education” section, please don’t bypass Lisa Ryan’s fine abstract on dyslexia. Dyslexia affects reading and spelling, but an early diagnosis might change the academic outlook for a very bright child.
My wish is that you will find some helpful ideas as you peruse the pages of PFE-Parenting for Education.
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