Monthly Archives: March 2021

Progressive Education – an exploration of the language we use

An overview I was first introduced to Progressive Education, which includes John Bowlby’s attachment theory during my time as a student volunteer/teacher’s assistant at the Early Childhood Centre at Sarah Lawrence College. Progressive Education is defined as: ‘A response to traditional teaching methods, it is defined as an educational movement which gives more value to […]

Alone time – how parents feel about it and why we all need it

An overview What is alone time? For parents of newborns, this concept scarcely exists. For parents with teens, it’s likely more common. Either way, alone time allows parents to pause, to reflect and to unwind. It allows parents the necessary break to recharge – to parent better because they’ve switched off. Those who are parents […]