Posts filed under: Enrichment

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5 Low or No-Cost Education Apps for Teaching at Home

Education apps development exploded in the last five years, but so many of said apps seem to be missing the mark. I receive countless inquiries from parents across my social media platforms every week, and they’re always looking for tips and...
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Competency-Based Education in K-12

As I begin planning the type of classroom I want for my children, I find myself embracing competency-based education (CBE) more and more. In fact, it is a large piece of the school program I am currently writing. CBE transforms the traditional learning...
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#TeachingParents: De-stress Homework Time

The Deal with Homework Homework is a word that evokes a myriad of flashing images and emotions in our minds. Memories of endless worksheets, pencil eraser casualties, and missed cartoons flood our senses. Why does homework have such a negative connotation...
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#TeachingParents Summer Learning Activities for Home

Summer is here, which means thousands of children are at home getting into everything. School is just a quickly fading memory, and learning (while occurring constantly) is the last thing on their minds. This article is (primarily) for parents who may...
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#TeachingParents: A Series–4 Simple Rules that Support Reading at Home

Many parents want to support their children’s reading and comprehension skills at home, but finding the ways to do that can prove elusive. What to do, what to do? I say they should start small. Take it one day, one strategy...
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