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Some level of communication between ex-partners is needed when parenting together. from www.shutterstock.com

How to co-parent after divorce

A new study has examined the practices of good parents post-separation. Here's the parents' advice.
Self-knowledge rarely comes packaged in a single coherent narrative. Yet this is the expectation we have of the children in our lives. Billion Photos

For the parents of gender-nonconforming kids, a new approach to care

The signs might be there. But parents and clinicians will still wonder if there's some foolproof way to determine whether their children are actually trans. There isn't one – and that's okay.
Parent engagement offices in ministries of education, parent engagement consultants, parent mentor programs: such measures could revolutionize schools and boost student achievement. (Shutterstock)

How parents could revolutionize education and boost results

A systematic embrace of parents' untapped knowledge by schools could revolutionize education systems in Canada and globally.
What you tell your children about your impending divorce should depend on their age. from www.shutterstock.com

How to tell your child you’re getting divorced

Telling your children you and your partner aren't going to be together anymore is a significant change in their lives.
The experience “this happened to me” is stronger than “this happened” in memory formation. epicharmus/flickr

What do your earliest childhood memories say about you?

We sometimes see memory as a video camera, recording our lives accurately and without bias – but this is a myth. Instead, our childhood memories are intricately shaped by our family and culture.
Encouraging children to make and use a range of maps helps develop their spatial skills, great if they want to read an x-ray, design a building or put up flat-pack furniture later in life. jeshoots.com/Unsplash

Five easy ways to boost children’s spatial skills

It's never too early for children to develop their spatial skills, vital if they want to one day design buildings, put up flat-pack furniture or cut a birthday cake. Here's how you can help at home.
Nagging can make learning music a misery for everyone. But there are better ways to encourage your child to play. www.shutterstock.com

How to stop nagging your child to practise their musical instrument

Nagging or bribing a child to practise their musical instrument only makes the activity feel like a chore. Here's how to support your child and bring back harmony to the whole family.
Excess screen time for children and adolescents is linked to many negative outcomes such as obesity, language delays and antisocial behaviour. (Shutterstock)

Five tips to manage screen time this summer

School is out and screens make tempting babysitters. Follow these recommendations to allow your child some screen time without compromising their health and development.

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