An interview with Kiera Gray where we dive into the often tumultuous relationship between teens and their parents, but with a bit of a twist.
Can children communicate without devices? How has the integration of technology affected the socialization of youth?
From letter sounds in kindergarten to AP test scores in high school, it’s important for everyone to be informed when it comes to academic success. When parents don’t know what their student is struggling with, they may be unable to help until it’s too late.
Why is critical thinking the most in demand skill that’s not actually being taught in public schools today and how you can help to fix it?
” … As adults, this is a relatively short period of our lives; but for young children who have been born in the last few years, this is all they know. These are some of the most crucial years in a child’s overall development. This leads us to wonder: Has the pandemic impacted the speech and language development of young children?”
Join me today as we conclude our conversation with Debbi about what it was like to homeschool in the 1990s, her experience mainstreaming homeschooled kids in the 2000s, and how she views the issues within education today.