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Know Your Child’s Learning Style and Your Own!

Are you a visual learner? Auditory? Tactile-kinesthetic? Did you know the curriculum you choose and your teaching style is often a reflection of your preferred learning style? If the children you teach are struggling with the curriculum you have chosen … Continue reading

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Teaching Character Through Literature

No one is ever too young or ever too old to learn lessons in character. The youngest of children learn lessons in self-control, patience, and respect for others. At every age, we, hopefully, continue to improve on our character and … Continue reading

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Celebrate Fall

  I traveled to central NY this last week to visit my father and some other family members. It was a beautiful week – central NY at its finest with blue skies, changing leaves, and cool weather.       I found … Continue reading

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Ten Ways to Address Short Attention Spans

Tonight, I taught the three-year old class at church for the first time in a few years. I’d forgotten how much energy three-year-olds have or how short their attention span is! Experts disagree greatly on the length of the normal … Continue reading

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Developing Character through Curriculum

My first Masters course is called “Developing Character through Curriculum.” I can’t think of a better way to start the program. It’s so easy to get caught up with the details of what we want our children to know academically, … Continue reading

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Favorite Resources: Great Courses High School History DVDs

Ready, Set, Go! Less than two weeks ago, I decided to go back to school for my Masters degree. An online program, my first class began yesterday. “What was I thinking?!?” has become my new mantra. I’m excited but nervous. … Continue reading

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