“SQUARE, FIVE!” OR WHAT IS THE BEST ASSESSMENT SYSTEM BETTER?
KNOWLEDGE ASSESSMENT SYSTEM An important part of the educational process is the knowledge assessment system. This is the basis for checking the quality of assimilation of the material. Overseas, 10-,…

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ALLOW YOUR CHILD TO GROW PSYCHOLOGICALLY ADULTS
WHAT IS INFANTILISM? Infantilism is defined as the preservation of the characteristics inherent in childhood in the psyche and behavior of an adult. The term "infantilism" (infantilismus) itself came from…

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TIPS FOR PARENTS: HOW TO OVERCOME THE DIFFERENCES IN EDUCATION?
In any family, a situation may arise when the mother and father have their own clear ideas about the upbringing of the child, and each of them intends to defend…

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GLEN DOMAN’S TECHNIQUE

One of the main ideas of G. Doman’s program is based on maximizing the involvement of the children’s brain. Indeed, up to 6 years, the child’s brain is actively growing and developing, allowing him to absorb a large amount of new information. Doman conducted various studies that confirmed the development of the children’s brain with its active work. The well-thought-out method of Doman allows parents to contribute to the active development of their child, using proven principles.

WHO IS GLEN DOMAN?
Glen Doman is a popular American scientist, better known as the author of one of the most sought-after programs aimed at the early development of children. Doman is a neurosurgeon from Philadelphia. After World War II, the scientist began work on his unique theory.

With the support of colleagues, Glen began an active work aimed at working with children who noted disorders of the nervous system and brain damage. Such works were very successful, because in 1955, the scientist opened his own Institute for the Development of Human Potential. Continue reading

TRANSITIONAL AGE AT GIRLS: WHAT TO DO TO PARENTS?

The main signs of adolescence are misunderstanding, isolation, stress and periodic tantrums. All this confirms the fact of a change in the body of the child, which means that parents must timely understand their child and support in such a difficult time.

Transitional age in girls, how long can it start? Everything individually and directly depends on each person.

Transitional age in girls

SIGNS OF TRANSITIONAL AGE
The transitional age in girls is a difficult period for parents and the child himself. To understand when this period begins, you must constantly monitor the health and well-being of your child. After 10 years, each child has intense growth. As a rule, each child grows by 10 cm per year. Girls grow up to 16-18 years, after which this process stops. Continue reading

TRANSITIONAL AGE AT BOYS: WHAT DO PARENTS NEED TO KNOW?

The transitional age in boys is a unique period, as a result of which the child begins to clearly understand the main boundaries between themselves, their peers and peers. At this time, an active restructuring of the whole organism begins, which can slightly scare the child. Not every boy is ready for the first signs, which are quite frightening for him.

Transitional age in boys

Dramatic physiological, psychological and emotional changes lead to changes in the behavior of the child. Parents should remember such an important period and prepare for it mentally in advance.

WHEN DOES BOYS BEGIN IN TRANSITION?
What time does the transitional age in boys begin their activation? This period falls on 13-15 years. It is difficult to name the exact age, since each person is individual. Continue reading

HOW TO AVOID UNCERTAINTY AT SCHOOL
One of the problems that worries parents is the poor performance of their children. Others are reaching for it as a train: a poor attitude towards the teacher, poor behavior…

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GLEN DOMAN'S TECHNIQUE
One of the main ideas of G. Doman’s program is based on maximizing the involvement of the children's brain. Indeed, up to 6 years, the child’s brain is actively growing…

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WHY CHILD GROWS PAMMERED?
A spoiled child is a misfortune in the family. But we must remember that children are not born greedy, impolite, rude, spoiled - this is how adults bring them up.…

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