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Motivation in the education of children

Javier Urra Doctor in Psychology

The Doctor in Psychology and the first Defender of the Community of Madrid, Javier Urra, reveals to us what parents can do to motivate children's efforts from an early age. Today children have everything and the concern of parents lies in knowing how to motivate their children's education.

You can read more articles similar to Motivation in the education of children, in the category of On-site Education.

Every kid needs a champion. Rita Pierson


We are pleased to invite you to the next third edition of the competition organized in cooperation with the store. And this time we have prepared great prizes for you. We invite you to have fun together!

Competition task

Answer the question:

If you were not limited by time and finances, where would you go with your child and why?

Reply to adress [email protected] in the title "journey with". Don't forget to sign with your name and let them know what prize you would like to win!

We also invite you to and to like the Facebook profile of the prize sponsor.

Awards in the competition

The prizes in the competition are very attractive - they are a car seat and a Tuloko car organizer.

1st prize: car seat gr. Safety 1st Travel Safe, red mania 2/3

2nd prize: car organizer Tuloko gray-purple

Duration of the competition

The competition runs from June 3, 2015 to June 17, 2015 to midnight.

Detailed regulations are available here.

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While the first thoughts of the fresh mother are heading for the joys of life with her baby, she is worrying among them a dose of concern about possible health problems that she may have in the future. Fortunately, modern medical technology now allows for the preservation of umbilical cord stem cells over the years, which can be the remedy for an impressive number of diseases. Here's how you can choose a bank for storing these precious cells.

Stem cell storage

After the birth of a newborn, the placenta and umbilical cord are the sources from which stem cells can be collected. They are capable of transforming into highly specialized cells, which can further form any type of tissue and organ in the body. Therefore, stem cell transplantation allows the healing of many difficult conditions to treat, such as childhood cancer, blood and immune system diseases.
Stem cell storage is performed immediately after birth, if parents have previously opted for a specific storage bank for stem cells. Following collection, the blood is stored in special bags or syringes and is distributed shortly to the storage bank.
Once there, the container receives an identification number and is cryogenized (frozen in liquid nitrogen) for storage.


Stem cell bank selection

Stem cell collection and preservation is becoming a widespread practice nowadays, but it is a procedure that requires early planning. Make sure you carefully consider your options before reaching the last hundred meters of the pregnancy.
The rapid development of these special units has reached the stage where they can be separated, depending on the procedures for collecting, storing, processing and distributing the harvested units.
The costs of collecting and storing placental blood are the main selection criterion for families looking for a stem cell bank. The prices for collecting stem cells in Romanian banks vary between 750 euros and 1850 euros, and the annual administration fee varies between 30 euros and 80 euros.
Most stem cell banks offer customers the opportunity to pay the service in installments, if you do not have the full amount at the time of birth.
Part of the storage units of maternal blood cells practice discounts for parents with twins or triplets, loyal clients and other specific criteria.
For the best separation of storage banks, it is recommended to ask the following important questions:

  • What experience does the bank have in the market?
  • What is the interval during which the sample reaches the laboratory and is processed?
  • Is the blood collected processed by the bank?
  • Will the sample be stored in a double container?
  • How many samples have been processed in the bank so far? (a large number means more experience)
  • Can separate samples be stored for further analysis?
  • What insurance does the bank offer in the event of bankruptcy?
  • Will the sample be released and transported urgently anywhere in case of transplant need? Are there additional costs for this service?
  • Does the storage certificate contain the precise information needed to evaluate the sample? (quantity, cell viability, other specifications)
  • Does the bank offer insurance and counseling for stem cell treatment?
  • Do I have the option to transfer the sample on request?

The weight of the positive answers to the above questions indicates to you the units that deserve your trust.

The obligations of the stem cell bank

The stem cell bank has a number of obligations regarding the services it offers. In the first instance, the contract with the company is made with a representative in charge of transmitting the necessary information.
If you accept the conclusion of the agreement, the first payment will be made after signing the documents. The collection and transport kit will be handed to you, and you will keep it carefully until birth.
The next step is to inform the medical team about the procedure and ask the bank to train your doctor on the sampling technique.
The services should be free if the placental blood is contaminated, so it cannot be used for transplantation.

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From what age does a baby begin to speak

Many parents worry that their child may have a speech problem, wondering when should they say their first words? Everything depends on the evolution of each child, although as a general rule, all babies follow a similar evolution.

The first thing will be the development of the organs involved in the ability to speak. Then there will be the stage of imitation and babbling and later, the first words.

In order for the baby to speak, he needs the organs involved in speech to develop.

1. Larynx: at birth it is a third of its adult size. It is located in the upper part of the neck, as the baby grows it is descending. Before this happens it is located below the oral cavity in the pharynx.

 2. Vocal chords: They are membranes that fold in the larynx where they receive air currents.

 3. Tongue and lips: These cavities are what provide the quality and personal resonance of each voice.

 4. Verbal sounds: the first time the baby exercises its vocal cords is by crying after delivery. The first few weeks is the only sound it will make, but parents will begin to distinguish the different types of crying. Each cry has a different tone and volume

The baby's need to babble in the first months is innate, however their need to babble a spoken language is learned by imitation

- Construction of vocabulary: By fifteen months the baby knows 19 words and near his second birthday he is able to pronounce between 200 and 300. With these words he can form primary sentences using verbs, pronouns and plurals. It all depends on the baby, his development and his stimulation.

- Babbling: the baby makes sounds that we parents imitate, it is beneficial for the baby as it helps him recognize familiar sounds and words. The first year they learn by imitation, so once the year is over we must speak well to the baby to provide a variety of sounds

Oral communication includes two different elements, listening to sounds and reproducing them, the baby is always better at hearing sounds than reproducing them

- Hear: Even in the womb, the 6 or 7 month old fetus is already able to perceive sounds from the outside world. When a baby is born and differentiates the mother's voice from the others.

 - Babble: The sounds your baby makes go through a series of stages throughout the first year. With only 1 or 2 months, the baby discovers that he can babble by pushing his tongue slightly by the lips and closing them, in this way he begins to investigate and know his mouth and his tongue emitting different sounds.

- Coo: at 3 months the babbling is already loud and he discovers his ability to produce sounds. At first it only produces grunts and noises but soon it begins to pronounce the first vowels “ooohh” “aaah”….

- Advanced babbling: At 6 months, babbling reaches its maximum potential, it is so much fun that even with the baby, it just keeps babbling delighted. The baby makes monosyllabic sounds by joining consonants and vowels. These sounds are emissions yet without meaning.

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A room ready

A room ready

You have prepared a cozy little nest for your baby. Beyond the decoration, make sure especially its functionality. A small bed, a soft light, blackout curtains or shutters, a nice piece of furniture ready and easily accessible and carpets to smother your steps when you come to check his sleep. Even if baby will spend his first nights in your room, you can leave it gradually in his.

Read on to learn more: Prepare the nursery

Tell me what family you grew up in ... and I'll tell you how you handle your emotions. Is what a study conducted in Finland with almost a hundred babies.

The objective of this study was to determine how children react to emotions depending on the family in which they were raised in their first year of life. The result, surprising.

The study, which has been carried out by the University of Tampere (Finland) Over ten years, it consisted of observing the instinctive reaction of babies over one year old to images of smiling faces and their reaction to angry or angry faces. It was measured above all reaction time to each of these emotional stimuli and if they decided to pay attention to another type of stimulus that was not related to any emotion.

The result? Both groups of children paid attention to negative emotional stimuli. But there was a difference:

1. First group: Children who had grown up in a home where the emotional bond was very strong (parents with a stable relationship and a lot of interaction with their child), immediately paid attention to negative stimuli, but they immediately diverted their attention in another direction.

2. Second group: Babies who had been raised in unstructured homes, where bonding and bonding was not strong, paid attention to negative stimuli and it was harder for them to look away from them.

3. Third group: There was a third group, that of babies who had been raised in a home with no clear rules, no limits, and little confidence. These babies they couldn't get away from negative stimuli.

Conclution? Babies who grow up in a close home know how to deal with negative stimuli. They react to them by moving away. Children who grow up in an unstructured home and with a weak bond between its members, have more problems coping with their emotions, they do not know how to get rid of negative stimuli, they are not able to 'disconnect' from them. As well as children who grow up without limits or rules. They don't know how to handle their emotions.

Until now, attachment theory has focused on the mother-child relationship. Studies have been striving to demonstrate the importance for a child of the relationship with its mother in the first years of life. However, this new study goes further. The baby is influenced not only by the relationship with his mother, but by the relationship with his family. His mother's relationship with his father and their relationship with him.

Thus, the entire family, including siblings, influences children's emotional learning. Problems or difficulties in channeling emotions translate, in the future, into problems of anxiety, self-esteem and difficulty in relating to others.

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