If you have been reading some of my educational research, you may have noticed a short pause in new material. A new addition to our family created a shortage of time! However, after a 6 week maternity break, I am ready to get back in the saddle... the writing and research saddle, that is. Moving … Continue reading Similarities Between Parenting And Teaching: The Reward Is Worth It
Recently there has been increased dissatisfaction of the education system in Europe and the United States. While the United States has had a long history of "public schools," Britain was slow to move towards schools that educated many students. This is not to say that the United State's early schools were all inclusive and comprehensive … Continue reading Opinion: Is Selective Education Harmful To A Nation? A Look At The History of British Education.
As an educator, I am frequently asked about how parents can tell if their student is receiving great instruction. These questions include, but are not limited to: How can I tell if a curriculum is right for my child? Is my child’s school providing a good education for my child? Is my child’s teacher any … Continue reading Research Based Top 6 Ways Working Conditions Affect Special Education Instruction – Which School Environment Is Right For My Child?
We learn by observing and practicing. When we want to teach a skill, behavior, or concept, we teach it by showing it, practicing it, and then trying it on our own. Educators have developed the catchy phrase, "I do, We do, You do," to explain this process. However, most of the time it's not that … Continue reading How to Teach Anything
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