In his time, Bruno Bettelheim was a leading authority in child psychology, psychoanalysis and autism. Years later, it turned out that his story was far from a fairy tale...
Just like among humans, parenting exists in the animal kingdom, too. Whether it constitutes purposeful teaching is still under debate.
“A child breathes inner promise...” An excerpt from Janusz Korczak’s “How to Love a Child”, illustrated by Joanna Grochocka.
Research explains the positive impact and health benefits of children spending more time in nature.
What can you learn, while learning to swim, that doesn’t have a whole lot to do with swimming?
What do yoga and maternity have in common? How can taking control of our body help us to reflect on how we view ourselves and our children?
Educational neuroscientist Marzena Żylińska talks about the lessons the school system should be learning – such as moving away from a culture of testing and correcting.
From post-natal death to hatching out of a mother’s back, the modes of reproduction in the animal world are far more varied than that of humans.
Throughout the history of art, children are rarely depicted affectionately in paintings. Rather, they represent the politics and society of their times.
Israeli therapist Shai Orr – author of the book “Miraculous Parenting” – talks about education, kibbutzim, and what it means to be successful.
Alain Laboile, photographer and father of six children, is the creator of a testimony to the everyday celebration of blissful childhood.
To mark International Children’s Day, Grzegorz Kasdepke presents a selection of remarks from young readers, demonstrating great curiosity and destructive power.