Friday, February 8, 2013

Raising Potential Geniuses

"A mathematician, like a painter or poet, is a maker of patterns. If his patterns are more permanent than theirs, it is because they are made with ideas."
G. H. Hardy, A Mathematician's Apology 
Did you know that one of the most prominent mathematicians in history was a female, at a time when practicing an occupation could result in a woman's stoning, no less. This historical figure was named Hypatia and was the first well-documented female mathematician in the history of the human race. The story of how she rose to fame as a Greek woman teaching at the Platonist School of Alexandria has been an inspiration to women all around the world, and also showed us that everyone can have mathematical genius in them, if only that talent-seed is nurtured and allowed to grow -- as was the practice in Ancient Greece

Nurturing a developing child and allowing them to use their talents and is part of the strategy of Early Education Pros, a day care service throughout Connecticut, Iowa, and Pennsylvania. In early development, when teaching children to grow and learn, it is important to witness a child's own talents and traits and to nurture those. Doing this successfully can lead to a child's future successes in both school and in life. Early Education Pros offers preschool and day care classes with a focus on education, not just babysitting, this is beneficial to both child and parent, and is an innovative new way to look at childcare. 

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