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College bans Facebook, Twitter, all social media this week

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A central Pennsylvania technological college with fewer students than many Facebook users have friends […]

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Losing Our Senses

When the actor Tony Danza was asked about his view of parenting, he replied: Hold back the tide. […]

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Paradise Lost: The Nine-Year Change

Matthew was a angel as a young child – sensitive, well-behaved, affectionate, often joyful, and often dreaming away […]

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Caring for the Rythms of Life

The gradual incarnation of the child is one of the bases for the effectiveness of Waldorf education. It […]

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Coming to Our Senses: Childhood & Technology

By John Bloom The young child is a gift to the world, a vulnerable and joyful work in […]

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The Case for Working With Our Hands (NY Times)

by Matthew B. Crawford Published May 21, 2009 The television show “Deadliest Catch” depicts commercial crab fishermen in […]

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Play Again

At a time when children spend more time in the virtual world than the natural world, PLAY AGAIN […]

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Tech Gets a Time-out (June 2010, San Francisco Magazine)

Charges of hypocrisy be damned: Some Silicon Valley tech wizards are quietly raising their kids outside the lurid […]

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Palmetto Bay News – June 1, 2010

Our “Olympic” games were featured in an Palmetto Bay News article! To read the article directly from Palmetto […]

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The Growing Backlash Against Overparenting (11/20/2009 Time)

The insanity crept up on us slowly; we just wanted what was best for our kids. We bought […]

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