Parents, are you aware that Diversity Directors are being hired by Universities and Colleges? Really? When we were growing up, it was a given to include and respect everyone. Today, many Caucasian freshman have never been exposed or friends with Afro-Americans. Likewise, both groups hold certain stereotypes pertaining to Asians. And that is part of the […]
It’s Holiday Time and what better time to spend it with family, eating together and reminiscing about good times in the past and sharing hopes and dreams for the future.
Building confidence in children is a lifelong process. You may be able to do it when they are young, but as […]
I want to wish this beautiful community a very Happy Thanksgiving!!! We have so much to be thankful for, including health, brains, friends, family, the environment and living in the USA!!!
I was reading the newspaper, like always do in the morning, and came across an article that caused me to […]
Today in the news it was revealed that Russian track and field Olympians were doping and everyone from the coaches, doctors, labs and the International Association of Athletics Federations knew about it. In fact the former President of the Athletics Federations, Lamine Diack, is accused of taking bribes to conceal […]
If imagination is the precursor to creativity, then children need lots of time to daydream. Einstein didn’t develop his brilliant theories in a lab, rather, they were developed through “visual imagination”. Imagine how many children could inspire new theories or new inventions, if they had time in school and outside […]
Deeds From The Heart is so excited to announce that we have a school character – building program available! Our goal is help more children be confident and feel good about who they are. The program is not on our website because we customize it for each school. If you are […]
Why did both Republican and Democratic Candidates For President talk about Character,Values and Ethics? Because this helps to define the type of person they are and will be. Our Character stems from our values and experiences in life. Our Ethics are our morals and all of this guides our behavior […]
By now you all have heard about the innocent killing of college students this past week at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon on Thursday. According to a New York Times article, Sunday, October 4, 2015, “Mass Killers fit a Profile, but So Do Many Who Harm No One”, tries […]
A September 27, 2015 New York Times Review Article: Stop Googling: Let’s Talk discusses how young people learn in Middle School how to text while talking to someone across the table from them, and never looking down to review their text. But the review, is much deeper and offers a […]