I just read Dr Fei Fei Li’s book and I absolutely loved it. I am feeling as AI inspired and optimistic as ever. Cherishing the lessons I learned from this book, here are my 6 favorite:
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Want to raise independent, self-sufficient kids?
All parents want to know that their kids will be able to survive in this world without them someday...and not only survive, but thrive! That doesn't mean they become someone who never needs help. Rather, it means children are empowered to understand and communicate their needs, strategize, plan, develop self control, maintain healthy relationships, and yes -- ask for help when they need it.
Here at Curious Cardinals, we talk a lot about kids being afraid of failure. They're so used to being stacked up against Friday's test or a classmate's amazing science project -- the school environment is competitive, teachers are usually out of touch, and in general, failing or imperfection are discouraged.
In the 1990s, Yale researcher Suniya Luthar began studying the lives of American teenagers affected by poverty, crime, and substance abuse. In search of a control group to compare her findings, she uncovered a shocking truth: affluent suburban teenagers were struggling more with substance abuse and mental health than less privileged peers.1
This week on theCurious Cardinalsblog, we'll hear from dynamic college admissions expert Ian Fisher as he shares his best tips for high school students and their families.
I have spent hundreds of hours mentoring middle and high school students on their writing. My key observation? They conflate eloquent writing with complex vocabulary.
In this blog, Curious Cardinals CEO and co-founder Audrey Wisch will answer your burning back-to-school questions and hopefully ease some of your fears. We know how overwhelming this transition is, and we're here to provide support. Need tailored advice or suggestions for supporting your student? Get started here.
The more you ask, the more you learn.
As we charge full-steam ahead into our third back-to-school season, we’re thinking about the power of tiny gains.
Hey Mentee Barbies, Parent Barbies, and all you Curious Barbies out there,