Technology has changed every aspect of our society over the past few decades, from the way we work to the way we socialize. Technology is everywhere. Smartphones, tablets, personal computers, video games and so on are all around us, helping us think quicker and make our life easier. Children use technology at home, at school, everywhere and although it does provide many positive benefits for learning, it also can have several negative effects on childhood development and quality of life.
There are many ways to celebrate International Women’s Day. Reading one (or more) books for kids to celebrate this unique day is a great place to start.
In the last decades, museums have been developing educational programs for schools and families, aiming to familiarize the public with the museum experience. At the same time, museums are making efforts to enrich their exhibitions with educational and hands-on materials in order to be more attractive to the general public.
Howard Gardner is an American developmental psychologist and a famous "father", given that in addition to his natural children, he has other important "spiritual" children that were "born" about 30 years ago. It was when 1983, Gardner published his subliminal book "Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences", first expressing a theory that changed the world map of education: that of multiple intelligences. Gardner has shown that our intelligence is far more than what our "sterile" measurement of IQ test.
Kids love art. Art is thrilling and fun. Having finger paints all over your body to create a full-bodied picture of yourself is awesome. Acting in a play is wonderful experience. Composing an easy piece of music or playing musical instruments is an outstanding filing.
Simple art activities are some of the building blocks of child development. Learning to create and appreciate visual and non-visual aesthetics is fundamental to the development of the next generation of children as they grow up.
In the current period the hotel industry is becoming more competitive than ever before, for this reason hotels should provide astounding services to meet the needs of demanding customers. The latest trend in the Hospitality Sector is the transformation of Hotels into family friendly places, where children are in the epicenter of the attention, and the family has a unique experience for them and their children.