…be interested in exploring a new course that Tamara Strijack has developed based on Dr. Neufeld’s Raising Children in a Digital World video material: Preserving Play in a Digital World….

…this disconnected state. As Gabor Maté says in the introduction to the film, “We have to work our way back to feeling, when we are ready.” I’m going to piggyback on

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the English language in general, not only made sense, it reverberated deep within, resonating completely with my experience as a developmentalist in a world that has stripped the language of…

…no telling what kind of fruit may grow. Tamara will join Gordon Neufeld in presenting The Saturday Seminar on Home Education on October 24, 2020. For more information CLICK HERE….

in me. I was ready to explore themes (like slowing down, emotion, play and nature connection), and I was receptive to hearing others’ stories, as though I was a child…

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interacted and stories were enacted.  Only now, as an adult turned child developmentalist, am I able to look back and see the intention of it all. And only in watching…

…a constant stream of friends, information and entertainment. While our kids emerge as savvy inhabitants of this digital world, parents are left to monitor, negotiate, and police their child’s online…

…alarm problems, one on play and autism, and one on discipline. For the complete conference program, details and registration, please visit our conference website. We hope to see you there!…

…offer the gift of stories to you. This batch of holiday stories, our third annual collection, features stories about the incredible power of intentional togetherness. Deliberate and preserved family time…

…wounding. It would mean minimizing involvement in places where there was a lack of invitation for connection, e.g. a family member who is unkind to a child, or a classroom…

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