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Desiree Armisstead
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Teaching kids to work as a team

Started this discussion. Last reply by Diana Oct 8, 2012. 2 Replies

We as Human beings are always in groups. Be it at work or even at home in families. There is always adjustment, understanding, team work, sharing etc that is required in terms of surviving in these…Continue

Child care centres role in development of kids

Started Sep 14, 2012 0 Replies

Child care centers focus on a kids overall development. They need to lay emphasis on all those qualities required in a child by their parents. They act like dummy parents for the kids. They need to…Continue

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Jan 15, 2013
Diana replied to Desiree Armisstead's discussion Teaching kids to work as a team
"Kids learn faster at a young age. They need to be given an opportunity to work in teams, make new friends and mingle with kids so that they get to develop their social skills. Team work can be added in a kids curriculum by  having group…"
Oct 8, 2012
Dorothy Hastings replied to Desiree Armisstead's discussion Teaching kids to work as a team
"I agree with you Desiree! Team work is very important right at the beginning as it help them to learn. It will teach them how to work with others to figure out and solve a problem, help them to move with others, and to share or take turns with…"
Oct 5, 2012
Desiree Armisstead replied to Thomas Whitby's discussion Share a Connected Experience.
"I have been on networking sites for quite some time now, and I am a part of lot of forums with teachers from all over the world in them. It has helped me to widen my scope in teaching as I come across so many methods and tools used by others. Their…"
Sep 27, 2012
Desiree Armisstead posted a discussion

Teaching kids to work as a team

We as Human beings are always in groups. Be it at work or even at home in families. There is always adjustment, understanding, team work, sharing etc that is required in terms of surviving in these social groups. We need to inculcate a good habit of being part of groups and learning how to deal with groups to kids right from the beginning. More focused should be given to group games and team activities amongst kids.See More
Sep 25, 2012
Desiree Armisstead posted a status
"The biggest challenge that a Day care center faces is developing trust by the parents. Parents are apprehensive and nervous at start."
Sep 16, 2012
Desiree Armisstead posted a discussion

Child care centres role in development of kids

Child care centers focus on a kids overall development. They need to lay emphasis on all those qualities required in a child by their parents. They act like dummy parents for the kids. They need to focus on problem solving, decision making, self help, communication, adjustment etc. Interpersonal skill like communication is also important. These are the key elements which contribute to a childs development, self esteem and confidence. See More
Sep 14, 2012
Desiree Armisstead posted a status
"Child care is not just a profession bu a passion. Taking care of children, inculcating good values in them and making foundation of life."
Sep 11, 2012
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Sep 10, 2012

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