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Important Facts Every Parent Needs to Know about Children and Learning

Important Facts Every Parent Needs to Know about Children and Learning

Important Facts Every Parent Needs to Know about Children and Learning By Linda Dobson Linus Pauling, a poor little boy who grew up to become the recipient of the Nobel prize in chemistry in 1954 and the Nobel peace prize in 1962, wasn't considered a child genius. "What started him on a long and productive life," writes Mihaly [...]

Grandma Linda’s Weekly Words of Wisdom

Grandma Linda’s Weekly Words of Wisdom

"What was so amazing about Linus Pauling is that even at ninety years of age he kept the enthusiasm and curiosity of a young child. Everything he did or said was bubbling with energy. Despite the early adversit and the later hardships, he exuded an obvious joie de vivre. And there was no secret about how he did it; in his own words: 'I just went [...]

Right about Being Wrong Part 1 By Theresa Willlingham

Right about Being Wrong Part 1 By Theresa Willlingham

By Theresa Willingham Thomas Edison worked for years to perfect the light bulb. In his wonderful waterfront estate in Fort Myers, with the fantastic wrap-around veranda I've coveted since childhood, one of his first light bulbs still burns today. It emits a faint, ancient glow, but a glow, nonetheless. Edison's success, however, was not [...]