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The single most important aspect of education is reading.
If children are not reading, their entire education comes to a halt. That’s what has happened in millions of lives.
All the statistics for many decades reveal a curious surprise: our public s
Is summer school for your student among your summer plans? Every summer this is a question that must be faced by homeschool families. While the traditional school year runs from September to May,homeschooling families often march to the beat of a different drum.
By Robert DePaolo
This article discusses the hyper-inhibitory and spiked movement fluctuations that typify autism in the context of human brain evolution; specifically the origin of a dualistic integratin
It always seems like the end of the school year is full ofexcitement, chaos, and relief.
The chaos comes in when everyone realizes that the semesteris about to end. Reports have to bewritten, final projects need to be turned in. There are final performances for students in band, cho
The logical mind brings only half of the picture, so you will never understand the true nature of yourselves or your world if you do not put that partial picture together with the other pieces that exist within your emotional content. It is important to recognise that the logic of the mind wi
You may agree with the fact that school years are one of the best phases of an individual's life. It is a stage where children learn, develop their skills, thinking ability and gain knowledge. They get exposure and chance to mingle with other people apart from their family members.You may
The purpose of education is to draw out the best from our students. It should be about more than just making good grades on bubble tests and making money after graduation. Education should teach students how to learn and to develop a love for life-long learning. Students need to learn to th
I often taught my elementary students: “Listen to your heart - be wise, be mindful, be silly, be smart.” After five years of service as a teacher at KMS, I decided it was time to respond to the callings of my own heart: I packed up my bags, said good-bye to the families, to my fellow
“I hate this stupid job!” I cursed after my elementary students left the classroom. It was the end of another agonizing day at work. The children had brutally taken advantage of
During the second half of the twentieth century, a radical change has taken place in our society: it is indeed spent a patriarchal society established to focus on the individual and his development company standards, all in the context of globalization, made possible by increased communication an
To Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan,My name is Ni Wang Clark, a high school math teacher in Lubbock, Texas. I was born and raised in China and have been in the U.S for four years, studying and working in the education field. During the four years, I have been substituting in differ
American newspapers don’t aggressively support literacy. That is killing them; and it’s killing us.
Wouldn’t you think that newspapers would scream and holler in every possible way to make the public schools do a better job with reading?
Moving or relocating to a new country can be daunting and especially so if children are involved. The primary concern of most parents to ensure that the kids get adjusted to the new environment, schools and friends. Here are 5 steps that you can take to make the transition easier for
Mathematics is integral to the development of society, whether you believe it or not. In fact, it is integral even to your daily life. You may not always be in need of those complicated formulas you’ve learned or is learning at school, but math doesn’t alw
You might be totally fond of math. You might be completely fascinated with the subject. Sadly, this is just not enough. Sometimes, its just not enough that you are motivated to succeed. Sometimes you just need to realize that you cant do it on your own. You need to bu
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