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When we see our children or our students heading in the wrong direction, our first instinct is to stop and correct them. It’s natural. We want to protect them from pain, disappointment, and frustration. However, by letting children experience natural consequences of their choices (especially the upsetting consequences), we help them to become more competent, […]

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Anyone who has ever tried learning a small(er) language can tell you how difficult it is to find good resources for self-study. Unlike English or Spanish, for example, that everyone wants (and needs) to learn, languages with few speakers provide less incentive for developers to create learning tools for. And so good resources are few […]

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