Once upon a time there was a land in which banks looked after people’s money; patient needs led doctors’ practice; teaching meant to instill a joy of learning and discovery; mothers were able to be at home with their children when needed; children played freely outdoors, and there was time ….
Our Summer newsletter just went out, and we’ve had a bit of a redesign.
New research confirms that there are wide differences in children’s physical readiness for learning and suggests that more detailed attention should be given to the physical foundations for learning in the pre-school and school years.
Let’s have an informed public and professional debate about the issues threatening our children’s wellbeing, argues Richard House…
Stuart Hill, co-editor of Social Ecology, does rather a lot of wonderful work.
The Second Lady of the United States, Karen Pence, visited Australia in April, and Hawthorn Press author Catherine Camden Pratt was invited to meet her.
Susan Perrow, author of Healing Stories for Challenging Behaviour and Therapeutic Storytelling, in conversation on ABC radio. Fantastic insights into her life, her story, and her reasons for starting her work.
Look what’s just arrived on our desks!