The Truth About Learning: Every Child Is Smart

There’s a blog being shared on Facebook that you’ve perhaps seen. The headline is “The Learning Myth: Why I’ll Never Tell My Son He’s Smart.” If you’re familiar with multiple

Trusted Support Systems Inspire Health In Others

Drive down Boat Club Road, turn left on Azle Avenue, and hang a right to head west on 820. Exit 30 East to Bryant Irvin Road. Go right. Turn right

Blessing School Children at End of Year the Smart Way

Many important things occur at the end of the school year. Papers are written, content is studied, finals are taken, grades are figured, and report cards are distributed. Desks and

How My Parents Loved Me By Turning An Insecurity Into A Lifelong Blessing

My brother and I walked home from Roosevelt Elementary School on a typical day and Dave walked upstairs to his room. I did something unusual. I walked right into my

Parents Have Important Power To Awaken Intelligence

While my dad used graph paper, T-squares, unique rulers, and other drafting materials on the table in our family room, I made designs by coloring in squares on my own

The Wheel Man

He walked the neighborhood observing. He watched the people. He looked around their homes. He tried to notice everything. He took notes on his pad of paper like the guest