"Some do not respond well to hothousing
, some are late developers.
Our innovation hothousing
techniques helped us come up with new ways to support kids understand the commercial realities of the internet and navigate the digital world with confidence, answering questions like how companies and YouTube stars make money online, why gaming is addictive and why they find it difficult to put their devices down.
"We worked in partnership with Birmingham City University on Maker Monday which was hothousing
new collaborations between arts and digital practitioners.
"I think this is fairly unique in the world but I'm sure some of the companies working with us this week are to going to make it happen elsewhere because they've seen the value of hothousing
collaboration in this way."
Clearly, Adonis rails against the hothousing
that would bring him to a state of eternal summer--a perpetual sexual ripeness, if you will--where Venus would eternally possess and preserve him.
One of this year[s chosen Horizsons project acts - the BBC Wales and Arts Council of Wales' music industry hothousing
scheme - they're destined for bigger stages in every sense, not least because they've been playing some of the UK's largest music festivals this summer.
Parents and teachers have warned of a "hothousing
" culture with a relentless focus on grammar and maths.
"There was a phase in the Nineties, however, when there was a lot of pushing and hothousing
of babies and children with flashcards, which I think sometimes could have the reverse effect and do more harm than good."
SHE dedicated her life to hothousing
the showbiz talent of the future.
(1998) suggested that the teaching methods used by the Chinese American parents corresponded closely with those described by Sigel (1987) as "hothousing
"--a process of inducing infants to acquire knowledge that is typically acquired at a later point in developmental time.