It’s there on your bucket list of great parenting – to raise a well-adjusted, successful child who will maximize his potential and flourish as an adult.
But how do you do that? What experiences can you give your child now to help prepare him for a world that grows increasingly complex each day?
Schools push standardized tests and curricula based around STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) or Common Core, but future success is not just about best educational practices.
The latest research indicates that the more likely predictors of future success include not just cognitive learning factors but social and emotional learning tool, starting in preschool through post-secondary education.
In other words, it’s not just about IQ, But EQ – their Emotional Intelligence Quotient – as well.