I have found with being a parent first, working with kids in the school system, and then homeschooling my own kids that there is a defined path to learning. I call it 3 C’s, curiosity, creativity, and courage. It seems
Teaching kids to be polite is nice, in addition it is important to teach them empathy. Empathy involves teaching them to put themselves in the position of another. History reveals tragic acts and hurtful words between individuals and countries where
As an adult, we are often tempted to think teens have it made. All they have to do is eat, sleep, play and go to school we tell ourselves. If we asked teens, they would have something different to say
Just like us, kids have things they would love to accomplish. Sometimes, it may seem like all they like to do is play. But don’t be fooled, all that play triggers their imagination to “what if…” questions. You know questions
#homeschooljourney @MAWMedia Who am I Talking About? This targets schools that designate time controls for students enrolled as opposed to outcome assessments. They can improve their scores and yet they’re attempting to do the same thing as public schools. They
#Homeschool by @Staunyas Taunya S. Wright & @mawmedia Michael A. Wright The Blame Game in Education College professors lament the preparedness of former high school students. “Those high-school teachers need to do a better job! You students are woefully unprepared
Day after day Frances took time with me, teaching me about the land and what grew on it. He made it a routine. Every day, early in the morning we would sit on the porch in our chairs and just listen
#homeschoolmom Middle school and high school mean a different course of action. On one hand, parents are teaching teens to be independent at home. On the other hand, teachers at school are working to teach them to be independent learners.