Monthly Archives: March 2016

Do not Kill the Child’s Potential

Do not Kill the Child’s Potential. Each child has their own talent. Parents in charge of looking at development. While at home with them, we can make the atmosphere like in school. We can also work together with their teachers, so as to create a program that could challenge their intellect. This step can indicate…

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Do not Often Learn

Do not Often Learn. Experts say, children who are too pumped learning by parents often become less creative and fear of being wrong. In addition, when every day we force children to learn, the child will lose the passion to explore. In general, parents want their children to become great and be the best. This…

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Fitrah Based Education #2

Fitrah Based Education #2. Actual future educate our children are not old. It only lasts until the age AqilBaligh (maturity, age 14 -15 years). A reply brief period, a period that only a quarter of our age – the parents – if God gave ration of 60 years. Whereas children and descendants of the pious…

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Each Child is Different Even from the Same Womb

Each Child is Different Even from the Same Womb. If you have several children, then consider the good either, that even though they had been in the same womb, from the same father and mother, born in the same hospital, even identical twins born equal, but they actually never be the same. They have unique…

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Fitrah Based Education #1

Fitrah Based Education #1. Actually, only the 2nd most parents who know the potential distinctiveness of their children. From there the characteristics of both developed and refined with noble character. 2nd parent was the one being the most sincere love with his children. Parents true that those who want happiness of her children were growing…

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Transcript from AERO Director Jerry Mintzs TEDx Talk in Norway

Transcript from AERO Director Jerry Mintzs TEDx Talk in Norway. This transcript of Jerry Mintz’s TEDx talk comes from his original talk notes and not a direct transcription from the event. A video of the talk will be made available in the near future and posted here on our website. At the airport in New…

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The Common Core is not an upgrade

The Common Core is not an upgrade. First lets make one thing clear: The Common Core is not an educational upgrade. It does not make education more rigorous except in the sense of rigor mortis. The only reason I think that the Common Core is great is because it is so negative and destructive that it…

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