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  1. Mar 2024
    1. Les deux délégués des parents d’élèves font remonter les informations (vérifiées et représentatives) venant des parents de la classe, puis font redescendre l’information vers les parents de la classe ; ils interviennent sur des problématiques collectives ou en appui d’une problématique individuelle à la demande des parents concernés.
  2. Jan 2024
    1. Tracking dependent relationships between Issues and whether something is blocking another piece of work is important with any project process because it creates a central hub where everyone can communicate what’s needed without relying solely on meetings or comments to uncover important connections.
    1. Our flow is: The reporter reports an issue, and we developers create sub tasks upon that issue... in Redmine, we also had a percentage graph that would reach 100% when all sub-tasks were completed, was a great way about checking 1 item without the need to drill down all subtasks.
  3. Feb 2023
    1. extended altriciality creates opportunities for sophisticated social learning within the parent-offspring system.
      • = extended altriciality
      • creates opportunities for sophisticated = social learning
      • within the = parent-offspring system.
  4. Sep 2022
    1. https://www.aei.org/articles/what-malcolm-gladwell-gets-wrong-about-poverty/

      What creates "strong families"? It's definitely more than a two-parent household. Economic and social support are highly helpful as well as a myriad of other factors.

      Watch the potential for subtle right leaning bias here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Enterprise_Institute#Political_stance_and_impact

    2. But until all participants in the debate recognize the overwhelming importance of having two parents in the home, we’re not going to get very far in improving opportunity.

      If two-parent families are so important, where is the support for all two-parent families? Where is economic support for these going to magically appear? Is he pushing that agenda?

      The arrest and incarceration rates for African-American men is primarily a tax on Black families which tends to split them up and destabilize them appalling rates. Why not mention this as something that could be helped in his argument here?

      He seems to be doing a lot of cherry picking.

    3. This point may not appeal as much to liberal sensibilities, but any serious conversation of this study, or upward mobility generally, has to begin with the state of the two-parent family in America.

      This seems to fall back on the trope of "two-parent families are the natural state" when in reality, since the late 80's one's chances are better with a two-parent, two-income family which provides far greater stability. His argument here is conflating multiple complex items, an issue he takes with Gladwell himself.

      Why not peel apart this two-parent claim the same way? I suspect he may be nodding to the single-earner two-parent mode, but how prevalent is this in American culture now? What other pieces also underpin this? And is it different by state, by race, by culture, etc.

  5. Aug 2022
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    1. The ‘ideal’ is nothing other thana representation of social conditioning and the installation of a personware module into the newbornhuman that tries to accord what is with what the social system projects. We acknowledge of course thatsome mediation is always needed. The baby sees the world and the social world in particular throughthe eyes of the parent and only afterwards autonomously. This mediation is crucial to the cognitivedevelopment of the person and cannot happen without a personware. But the personware can beconstructed such that it empowers the individual and does not subjugate it to the social demands.

      !- definition : good enough * From Donald Winnicot, a parent who is "good enough" is actually healthier for the child than the standard "ideal" parent. * A "good enough" parent does not force the child to choose between two aspects of wellbeing, both of which are necessary.

  7. Apr 2022
    1. Kaiser Health News. (2021, December 1). The number of U.S. deaths from COVID-19 has surpassed 775K. But left behind are tens of thousands of children—Some orphaned entirely—After their parents or a grandparent who cared for them died. [Tweet]. @KHNews. https://twitter.com/KHNews/status/1465861952270331905

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    1. Deanna Behrens, MD (she/her). (2022, January 30). One U.S. child loses a parent or caregiver for every four COVID-19-associated deaths I’m not discounting mental health effects of the pandemic on children. That is real. But the risks associated with #COVID19 for children and its affects on them aren’t always obvious [Tweet]. @DeannaMarie208. https://twitter.com/DeannaMarie208/status/1487607849664581634

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  15. Jul 2021
    1. Roy Perlis. (2021, May 21). Finally: We looked at rates of vaccination among depressed/non-depressed people. 13-point gap, but not because of resistance. Underappreciated opportunity to reach people who need more help accessing vaccines? @celinegounder @CDCDirector @ASlavitt @MDaware https://t.co/EHa80z1YCH [Tweet]. @royperlis. https://twitter.com/royperlis/status/1395744126813937666

    1. Ben: That's all I can do. But I'm still grateful I did very well and my family's not hurting. If I felt that they were hurting, I would risk it all and head back. But, they're comfortable, they're doing well. And I think, well I feel that I set a standard for them, to strive to be more, to strive because they all had, including my wife, when we married she was kind of shy and her self-esteem—not that she had low self-esteem—but she really didn't believe that much in herself. But right now, she's shining, she's doing really well, and she's holding it together for both kids at that age to still be living with her, other than my son right now in college, that he went, that's to say a lot for two parents. But for a single parent, you gotta hand it to her.


  16. Jun 2021
    1. When Ron Finley first grew a garden on a curbside dirt strip, he got cited—and then a warrant was issued for his arrest. He fought back, got the laws changed, and started a movement. Now the community activist and self-proclaimed “Gangster Gardener” is teaching you how to grow your own food, keep your plants alive, and find beauty and freedom in gardening no matter the size of your space. Start planting a revolution.
  17. May 2021
  18. Apr 2021
    1. positions at tech companies

      great wording here because it is broad and also expresses how useful a english degree is in a lot of different high-paying fields.

    2. HUB Writing Center will hone your written communication skills beyond what you learn in class.

      awesome opportunity for my relative to find work on campus while building their resume.

    3. Canterbury Program,

      words like "program" feel like they are so perfect to rope in parents... I know this from my mom asking me a thousand times what programs I could do here.

    4. any number of paths—in the arts, education, technology, policy, business, law, and more.

      this is good to see, as I want my kid to have the most opportunities available to them.

  19. Mar 2021
    1. Opel, D. J., Heritage, J., Taylor, J. A., Mangione-Smith, R., Salas, H. S., DeVere, V., Zhou, C., & Robinson, J. D. (2013). The Architecture of Provider-Parent Vaccine Discussions at Health Supervision Visits. Pediatrics, 132(6), 1037–1046. https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.2013-2037

    1. Yufika, A., Wagner, A. L., Nawawi, Y., Wahyuniati, N., Anwar, S., Yusri, F., Haryanti, N., Wijayanti, N. P., Rizal, R., Fitriani, D., Maulida, N. F., Syahriza, M., Ikram, I., Fandoko, T. P., Syahadah, M., Asrizal, F. W., Aletta, A., Haryanto, S., Jamil, K. F., … Harapan, H. (2020). Parents’ hesitancy towards vaccination in Indonesia: A cross-sectional study in Indonesia. Vaccine, 38(11), 2592–2599. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.vaccine.2020.01.072

  20. Feb 2021
    1. The frightened or ailing child clings to its mother, not its father; and this selective responsiveness in times of distress, disturbance, or danger may be used as a measure of the strength of affectional bonds. We have tested this kind of differential responsiveness by presenting to the infants in their cages, in the presence of the two mothers, various fear-producing stimuli such as the moving toy bear illustrated in Figure 13. A typical response to a fear stimulus is shown in Figure 14, and the data on differential responsiveness are presented in Figure 15. It is apparent that the cloth mother is highly preferred over the wire one, and this differential selectivity is enhanced by age and experience. In this situation, the variable of nursing appears to be of absolutely no importance: the infant consistently seeks the soft mother surrogate regardless of nursing condition.

      In this article we see that there is a reference to how the infant clings to its mother in times of need for comfort. During this era it was the mother who was seen as the nurturer and provider, which made sense. Looking at it today, where men play a bigger part in nurturing their children, this is a good example of how studies of today have been able to find the correlation between nurturing behavior and bonds developed by both parents.

    1. Depuis maintenant plus de dix ans, des enseignants au Québec tentent de vivre dans leur pratique quotidienne une pédagogie ouverte.

      En pleine Révolution Tranquille.

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    1. Levita, L., Gibson Miller, J., Hartman, T. K., Murphy, J., Shevlin, M., McBride, O., Mason, L., Martinez, A. P., bennett, kate m, Stocks, T. V. A., McKay, R., & Bentall, R. (2020). Report2: Impact of Covid-19 on young people aged 13-24 in the UK- preliminary findings [Preprint]. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/s32j8

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  29. Mar 2020
    1. Les sujets du DNB vont-ils être adaptés à la situation?(programmes allégés?)A ce jour, aucune suppression ou modification des examens nationaux, ni aucun allègement de programmes ne sont prévus. En tout état de cause, il sera tenu compte des circonstances exceptionnelles que notre pays traverse.
    2. Je n’ai pas d’ordinateur chez moi. Comment va faire mon enfant pour continuer à étudier? Comment puis-je récupérer des supports papier de cours?La continuité pédagogique peut se poursuivre sans outil numérique. Vous devez prendre contact avec le chef d’établissement ou le professeur principal de votre enfant pour recevoir les consignes. Il vous précisera les modalités de diffusion des documents pédagogiques sur support papier.
    3. Comment dois-je faire pour accompagner mon enfant dans cette période?Vous devez vous connecter sur le site du collège ou l’ENT pour récupérer et suivre les consignes et conseils des professeurs. Il est recommandé de respecter un temps régulier quotidien de travail et de veiller à conserver un rythme biologique de sommeil proche du temps scolaire. Vouspouvez aider votre enfant en le rassurant sur la situation, en veillant à la régularité de son travail, en vous intéressant à ses apprentissages et en lui assurant, autant que possible, des conditions propices à sa concentration.Si vous ne disposez pas d’équipement numérique adapté, contactez le chef d’établissement pour avoir accès aux documents sous des formats adaptés.
    5. Les conseils de classe vont-ils avoir lieu? Comment faire ?Les conseils de classe sont maintenus, notamment en priorité ceux de troisième, en visioconférence ou en audioconférence. Les personnels de direction en informent les équipes.

      Il faut s'assurer que les délégués de parents y soit associés

    6. Je suis parentou responsable légal d’un élève

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    7. Je suis professeuren maternelle, comment maintenir les liensavec mes élèves? Le lien avec les parents doit être privilégié. Il est possible de proposer aux parentsdes activités à faire avec leurs enfants, notamment pour développer les compétences langagières. Le «livret d’accompagnement à l’instruction à domicile des enfants de 3 et 4 ans», disponiblesur le site «Ma classe à la maison»(https://ecole.cned.fr/), peut constituer un bon point d’appui pour les professeurs des écoles maternelles et aider les parents à accompagner leurs enfants s’ils sont en petite ou moyenne section.
    8. Certains élèves ne fontpasle travail qui est demandé, dois-je les sanctionner?Le dialogue avec les parents et la régularité des contacts doivent être favorisés pour assurer un suivi de proximité avec les élèves. Des points d’étapes (travail à rendre) sont organisés.Il ne s’agit pas de sanctionner l’élève, mais de lui permettre depoursuivre ses apprentissages.La bienveillance doit guider chacune des décisions.
    9. Pourquoi le directeur d’école souhaite mon adresse électronique?Afin de vouscommuniquer les informations relatives à l’organisation de l’écoleà la maison, à distance,et pour assurer, avec les professeurs, la continuité du travail scolaire.
    10. A qui dois-je m’adresser si j’ai une question?Le directeur de l’école et/ou le professeurde votre enfant sont mobilisés pour vous apporterles informations relatives à l’organisation de l’école et les modalitésde suivi pédagogique pendant toute la durée de fermeture de l’école.
    11. Mon école n’a pas d’accès à Internet, que dois-je faire?Tous les canaux de communication doivent être mobilisés pour informer les parents et assurer la continuité pédagogique. Les professeurs peuvent mettre à disposition des élèves et de leur famille des documents au format papier pour poursuivre leur enseignement. Les manuels scolaires et les cahiers des élèves sont les supports de base.
    12. Le directeur d’école doit pouvoir être joint soit par messagerie électronique soit par téléphone durant les horaires habituels d’ouverture de l’école

      Le fait que ce soit l'un ou l'autre pose problème pour les parents éloignés du numérique qui dès lors que le téléphone n'est pas une obligation ne vont pas pouvoir joindre l'école.

  30. Dec 2019
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  32. Jun 2019
    1. “I really assumed that because there was a death threat, that it would be taken seriously.” — Amy Simpson, mother

      I would assumed that everyone who reads this will feel some sort of way regarding threats and how serious it is. Amy Simpson, a mother of the bullied victim, had also ASSUMED threats to her child would be taken seriously. To read on that it wasn't makes me feel the indignation for Amy. As a mother myself, I would also assumed that serious actions would be taken upon the offender who physically, emotionally, and mentally abused my child. In most cases, parents of victims feel their cases is unresolved and still fear for their child safety. Why in this case was it not taken seriously when all lines are crossed topping it with the threats? Why?

  33. Nov 2017
    1. Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)  PCIT works with parents and children together, teaching them skills to interact in a positive, productive way. It is effective for kids between the ages of 2 and 7, and usually requires 14 to 17 weekly sessions. In PCIT, parents receive live coaching (via a bug in the ear) from a therapist who watches from behind a one-way mirror as they and their child perform a series of tasks, and parents practice specific responses to both desired and undesired behavior. PCIT is the most practice-intensive, Dr. Rouse says, as parents demonstrate mastery of each skill before going on to the next one. “It starts out with positive interactions, then waits till parents reach mastery of these skills before moving on to discipline strategies to improve oppositional behavior.” Dr. Rouse says he might propose PCIT if he feels that the parents need a lot of one-on-one attention in terms of how they’re interacting with their child, and “especially if it feels like there have been a lot of coercive negative interactions.” Sometimes it’s very important for parents, he adds, “to learn how to be with their kid in a positive way.” He adds that he doesn’t always suggest PCIT even if the child falls within PCIT’s age range. “It’s not just age, it’s looking at the situation. If there needs to be a really strong dose of positive interactions as the first thing and the child is under 7, I’ll lean more toward PCIT.”
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