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Bang! Bang!: Understanding Boys at Play

Rae Pica with Jane Katch

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Here is what you need to know about children's violent fantasies and aggressive behavior. Instead of simply banishing these disturbing elements from her classroom, Jane has followed children into the darkest corners of their world, making things a little safer and a little less scary for her students - and, perhaps more importantly, for us.

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Understanding Different Learning Styles

Rae Pica with Sue Wilkinson

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Every child has a unique learning style. One-size-fits-all education approaches can lead to children being mislabeled as difficult or learning disabled. Sue explains how different children process information and offers tips for identifying and working with each child's learning style.

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Why Some Kids Are Smarter

Rae Pica with David Perlmutter

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Teachers and parents have a brief but powerful window of opportunity to positively affect a child’s brain development. In this segment Dr. Perlmutter discusses the tools you need to maximize a child’s intelligence, the key to future success in our competitive world.

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Teaching a First-Born Child

Rae Pica with Dr. Kevin Leman 

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It's not your imagination; first-born children are different. There is a reason they will likely grow up to out-perform other children and there are some very special challenges you'll face with parenting or teaching a first-born. Listen and learn why birth order matters so much and grasp the basics you need to know to manage and teach those special first-born children.

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Hey! Give Your Kids a Break!

Rae Pica with Olga Jarrett, Ph.D 

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Yes, recess matters. In fact, play time is very important, especially if your child has been diagnosed with ADHD. Dr. Olga Jarrett explains why it's important to make sure you give your kids time out from book learning and how recess actually helps children (and adults) learn better.

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