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About This Course
This course offers lessons to help your child improve their interpersonal relationships by improving their ability to listen.
Improve your child’s Listening communication skills.
Informative lesson plans, fun activity ideas, and additional resources allow you to work with your child to increase their Interpersonal Communication
- The Communication Process
- Communication Research and Inquiry
- Verbal Communication
- Non-verbal Communication
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Active Listening Posts
"A January 6 can and will happen again, because the architects are still able to do their thing unimpeded," Andy Campbell says. By telling the Proud Boys to “stand by” during one of the 2020 presidential debates, Donald Trump brought the street gang to a new...
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The Trump administration reportedly has obtained search warrants that would allow them access to the Facebook pages of thousands of anti-Trump protesters. The requested data — which targets all the information in three accounts — would include information...
A discussion of the Myths the Cato Institute believes those “hostile to free markets” believe. Each one is studied to see what we can learn form it.
Successful Communities are built on Continuous Improvement, Collective Responsibility, and Goal Alignment.
This lesson describes why Successful Communities are “Learning Communities.” And describes why a commitment to continuous improvement, the development of collective responsibility, and focusing on goal alignment are so important in building a successful learning community.
#1 - Non-aggression principle and victimless crimes “How would a libertarian society address drug addiction, public services, caring for the poor, or reckless businesses? #2 - Free-market economics - libertarians prefer laissez-faire capitalism over government...
In his PDF Milton Friedman lays out his argument for why Government is the Problem. I disagree Friedman Claims that Government causes, deteriorating education, lawlessness and crime, homelessness, the collapse of family values, the crisis in medical...
When one looks at the downward trend of Cable TV, it looks like a great example of “creative destruction.” This media evolution is a great deal for consumers and content creators alike. For more than a quarter-century, we’ve been hearing predictions about the demise...