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bio website twitter.com/#!/nGinius
location Ottawa, Canada
age 41
visits member for 3 years, 3 months
seen Mar 28 '13 at 16:48

Training developer, teacher, mom, currently experimenting with gamifying instruction and learning via social media.


May
31
revised How do you stop a child from using bad language and profanity?
added tags
May
31
revised How do you stop a child from using bad language and profanity?
added tag
May
18
revised How do you decide when it is time to change schools?
answered question from comment
May
16
revised How do you address hoarding behavior in a primary-schooler?
formatting
May
15
revised Why does my son behave better when he's alone with one parent than with both?
phrased as question
May
15
revised How do you teach a toddler rhythm and melody?
added 211 characters in body
May
2
revised How do you feed a picky eater?
added tag
Apr
29
revised What is the impact on kids of having two working parents?
edited tags
Apr
29
revised What should children call a step-grandparent?
addition related to edit in question
Apr
28
revised What should children call a step-grandparent?
edited tags
Apr
28
revised How do you feed a picky eater?
re-worded as question
Apr
28
revised How do you teach a child to call for help?
added another idea
Apr
21
revised Is it important to encourage children to experience historic events?
removed colloquial language
Apr
11
revised How do you address sibling rivalry?
emphasis added, changed a word
Apr
7
revised How can I brush my toddlers' teeth when he won't let me?
fixed typo
Apr
6
revised How do you address sibling rivalry?
trying to refine question
Apr
6
revised What are some videos or cartoons that teach vocabulary words?
Added link to other post.
Apr
6
revised How do you address sibling rivalry?
reworded a question
Apr
6
revised How do you address sibling rivalry?
added detail, clarity; "they'll grow out of it" answers are insufficient
Apr
5
revised How should a stepfather respond to “You are not my Father!”?
made the language stronger (more direct, less ambiguous)