Kids and Parenting

Kids and Parenting

By Matt Kaufman

The Invisible Child

AN INVISIBLE CHILD is one who does not initially stand out for any reason. This child is not extremely athletic, overly popular, or very outgoing….

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Kids and Parenting

By Adriana Brad Schanen

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Kids and Parenting

By Susan Cain

How to Help Your Child Speak Up in Class

Dear everyone, I just emailed these tips to a friend of mine who’s trying to help his fourth grade daughter speak up a bit more…

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Kids and Parenting

By Adriana Brad Schanen

boy and girl cartoon | Quinny & Hopper: Smart Cookies

Quinny & Hopper: Smart Cookies

Quiet Revolution is excited to share an excerpt from Adriana Brad Schanen’s new children’s novel, Quinny & Hopper: Smart Cookies–the third book in her Quinny & Hopper realistic…

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Kids and Parenting

By Heidi Kasevich, PhD

Setting Yourself Free with the Power of Quiet

Cantadora “A Cantadora is a female leader who keeps the stories of her community and shares them with others when she believes that they need…

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Kids and Parenting

By Emma Yang

The Fall of the Cat

Kittenish: playful and lively. A kitten isn’t a kitten if it doesn’t chase after anything in sight that wriggles, hops, or glitters. A kitten isn’t…

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Kids and Parenting

By Brian Gresko

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Encouraging a Love of Reading in a Culture of Assessment

In a quest to quantify reading levels, schools sacrifice joy. It’s up to parents to bring it back.

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Kids and Parenting

By Navdeep Singh Dhillon

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Introvert Strategies for Extroverted Play

Play like an extrovert – while staying true to your introvert self.

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Kids and Parenting

By Marzi

Stones standing in as people celebrating a birthday party

Happy Birthday! How to Survive Your Child’s Party as an Introvert

More help, less stress, and everyone gets to enjoy a birthday.

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Kids and Parenting

By Daisy Gumin

Embracing the Hearts of Highly Sensitive Children

On April 25, 2013, at 5 o’clock in the morning, I landed at JFK airport, having flown in on a red-eye from Salt Lake City,…

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Kids and Parenting

By Siva Sankrithi

Girl taking a test in class

Reinventing Assessment

Going beyond the basics: shared experience-based assessment that works for all.

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Kids and Parenting

By Derek Walter

Group of students working together

Group Work That Works

Quiet teachers and students win with group work that actually works for all.

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Kids and Parenting

By Navdeep Singh Dhillon

Family watching tv together

How to Make Bonding Time Out of Screen Time

Put the phone down… and turn on the TV??

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Kids and Parenting

By Amy Monticello

Girl speaking in front of class

Raising Sensitive Children to Be Future Leaders

Empathy can be an antidote to fractious.

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