Moving to a new place every few years is an inevitable part of the military experience. While this can be stressful for even the most seasoned people in the forces, it can be even more distressing for children.
USAG Daegu joined district officials, faculty and staff recognizing Daegu Elementary School teacher Ms. Rachel Guilfoyle for receiving the 2022 Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) Teacher of the Year Award on Mar. 17.
Research is one of those fields that has numerous subfields in different topics. What makes research so versatile is that it covers just about any field as long as there are researchers willing to study a topic.
Why is resilience a critical quality to develop in your child? Because a resilient child will become a happy adult. Resiliency is the ability to rise above adversity. Overcoming the challenges with which the world inevitably blocks our way.
Relationships can be complex. Add distance to the equation, and it’s even more challenging than before. Sudden deployments, changing duty stations and surprise assignments are all possibilities in the armed forces, which can put an even greater strain on long-distance relationships. But not to worry.
Playtime is one of the best opportunities for dads, grandfathers and other father figures to serve as role models in a child’s life, and research shows that these experiences have a number of positive health benefits for kids.
Does your child’s holiday wish-list include a mobile phone or other electronic device? With kids and teens spending more time online than ever these days due to social distancing guidelines and remote-learning, you may feel the time is now to gift them their very own device.