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One of the most important things that homeschooling parents can share with their kids is to teach them about how they learn best.  You can always teach them individual things (spelling, math concepts, reading skills), but if you teach them about their own personal style of learning, you give them a gift that they will...
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Countless parents are being presented with the enormous challenge of having to decide how to go about homeschooling their children and teens during the COVID-19 pandemic.  This article provides a list of options to consider, and the pros and cons of each one. Option #1:  Do Nothing.  This alternative suggests that you just take a...
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With mass school closures around the United States (and the world), parents are finding themselves needing to get up to speed on teaching their kids at home.  We educators, who have been at it for decades, have an obligation, I believe, to share what we know about learning and education, to help parents through this...
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With the advent of the global pandemic from the coronavirus, many schools have been shut across the United States and elsewhere in the world, leaving countless parents with the unanticipated task of teaching their kids at home.  In many cases, your schools will assign work to complete during this hiatus.  But if they don’t, or...
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I was reading my Twitter feed a few days ago, and one person was sharing some innovations at their school. This drew the comment from another tweeter that ”we could never do that in our school.” This made me think about how change occurs in education, and what sorts of qualities are required in order...
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