In many ways, being a father is an abundance of professional tasks. When you work at home, or you run a business, these working tasks can spill over into your home life. But rather than telling your child to stay away from the work, is it time to involve them in some way? The…
Most of the time we’re all weird together, feeling like we’re weird alone.
Every student knows what it is to be limited in time, every student needs more time in order to complete his or her task before the deadline.
I might hate homework more than my kids do.
Learning to be organized, to stay with a task, and to be focused requires guidance. Dads can fill that role.
After a recent tour of a Dallas preschool, I’m wondering just how overly “structured” classrooms are for Texas Kindergartners.
Sometimes it’s good to speak (loudly) your mind.
Let’s face it: today’s homework assignments are not what we learned in school. You can help even if you haven’t mastered the lessons.
Evening, school breaks and summer vacations should not be heavily-weighted homework events.
My mom is the one who is always there for me, who taught me the things a dad might. And for that reason, I celebrate her on Father’s Day.
“Mummy, I can’t do my homework!” Time for you to step in?
A new study has suggested the answer is one hour a day. But that might not be right for everyone.
Chris Grayton is a dad who has figured out the balance of freedom and structure for his twins.
A young man is given the task of investigating his own curiosity.