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Sunday, January 31, 2010

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I'll second you. Philip is the most amazing parent I've ever seen. He's not always perfect - but what parent (or human) is - but he's so consistent with the kids that I highly doubt his kids will ever remember the imperfect moments.

Having him as my friend taught me how to be an fantastic parent, and I look forward to being one myself, in part because of him.

You too, ya know? It's good to know that we're all learning together, and it's a process. Thank goodness for blogging and the chance to share how we each live our lives - I learned so much. :)

I totally agree. Blogging has made me a better parent and person.

These were really great information given by you about teach, I think that early professional learning is a critical stage in teacher formation.

Learning to teach were re-examine in order to establish what is currently
known about how people learn to teach and to critique the quality of the reporting of that research.

It is nice thought about the learning teach if we have a proper learning method than it is very beneficial for all.

yah guys if u wants to teach ur chlid
first u learn ur self....

yeah before teaching your child parents should teach themselve first

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