Welcome to a Radical Cram School. We’re gonna learn about social justice, revolution, and how to be powerful in the body that you have. Radical Cram School!
Translator: Rachael Williams Reviewer: Denise RQ I’m Danny Blay. I’ve worked in the prevention of violence against women and family violence for about 17 years now, and the topic of the TED talks today, “When dark meets light”, really resonated with me in terms of my work. My work being preventing family violence, the notionRead More Boys will be boys | Danny Blay | TEDxStKilda
Translator: Leonardo Silva Reviewer: Peter van de Ven I want you to imagine something for a second. Imagine that you are unable to tell the people you care about the most in this world that you love them. Imagine a situation where you wouldn’t even be able to tell your loved ones about your basicRead More What happens to children with autism, when they become adults? | Kerry Magro | TEDxMorristown
Translator: Mohand Habchi Reviewer: Queenie Lee Let me check with you first. Raise your hand, please, if you have a son, a grandson or a nephew. Please raise your hand? All right. Keep your hand raised, please, if your son, grandson or nephew is having problems either with motivation, grades, ADHD or addiction to videoRead More The Boy Crisis: A Sobering look at the State of our Boys | Warren Farrell Ph.D. | TEDxMarin
Translator: Zeddi Lee Reviewer: Peter van de Ven Boys will be boys, right? That’s what they say. It’s kind of like a get-out-of-jail-free card for any given situation. When you’re in the supermarket and you see a toddler kicking off – they’re throwing a tantrum – you look awkwardly at the parents and smile andRead More Boys won’t be boys. Boys will be what we teach them to be. | Ben Hurst | TEDxLondonWomen
Translator: Tual Şekercigil Reviewer: Hélène Vernet It was April, 2013, and I was one month away from completing my first year of teaching. I was at a barbecue when I got the call. It was a number I didn’t recognize but something compelled me to answer it. My administrator was on the other end. ThisRead More The fight against teen suicide begins in the classroom | Brittni Darras | TEDxMileHigh
– In a society that, as mothers, you need to be these pillars of strength and support and love, and look amazing and feel good, and have all these friends, and cook meals, and all of those kinds of things, if you have these feelings of super-darkness, it’s just like you’re a monster or something,Read More The Myth of Motherhood
Hi Everybody, I’m Lori Petro and you are watching another episode of our weekly Q&A where I show you how to create teachable moments with your kids. Today’s question comes from Jen. Jen is a mom of four kids, and Jen asks, My son will be 3 in March (Happy Birthday!) and I have anRead More How To Get Toddlers to Stop Hitting
[ music plays ] [ bell rings ]We’re not born with the skills we needto get things done successfully,especially in this fast and complicated world.But here’s the good news.The skills we need can be taught,and they form a foundation for self-regulationand help build social-emotional skills.Grouped together, three of the most foundationalare called executive functions.Executive functionsRead More Executive-Function Skills: Important Skills for Childhood Development
[♩INTRO ] You know when you’re reading a really good book and something intense happens to one of your favorite characters, so you’re also hit with a wave of feelings? You might feel a little silly as you reach for a box of tissues, but it’s a normal human thing to understand and relate toRead More When Do Kids Develop Empathy?