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Posts tagged with: homeschooling

I’m often asked for reading suggestions as an English teacher, especially for the tweener age group. It’s a good question to ask at that age, given that’s typically when the seed of one’s reading appetite tends to take root. It...
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Thanks to the Huffington Post for brightening my day! 50 Tweets That Sum Up Remote Learning For Parents It’s officially a new school year and, needless to say, it’s going about as well as anyone would’ve guessed. While plenty of...
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Many schools return to action this week and cogent metaphors fail me now, knowing full well that at least some death is likely, for children, teachers and their parents and communities. And yet still, it’s all happening. I’ve heard so...
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I ran across this article in the New York Times, a thought-provoking one on the homeschooling phenomenon, and thought I would share it: Pods, Microschools and Tutors: Can Parents Solve the Education Crisis on Their Own? As school openings remain...
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What is a Pod? The term “pod” used to produce a link to a portable U-Haul moving apparatus on Google. Over the course of this summer it has come to reference a small learning group of students who have been...
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Not sure how to address your children’s education this fall? You’re far from alone. In a recent survey conducted by the Maven Clinic 63% of the 1,000 parents surveyed didn’t know what they were going to do with their kids...
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A thousand years ago, when I was a freshman at E.O. Smith high school in Storrs, CT, “passing time” provided a real life experience with the detritus that is slowed in a sludged drainpipe. The. panicked rush of smaller particles...
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If you’re anything like me, you were a bit excited to get to be your child’s teacher in the spring when the pandemic started. After I dropped my kids off at school, I barely heard anything about what they did...
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Be sure to secure the area you will be tutoring in from outside distractions: children, pets, acts of God. While it’s customary to have the occasional distraction, it will signal to the student that they can take the same liberties...
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I think we could all use a little lift right, so I’ll start throwing some gems at anyone who needs a little optimism right now. This one is from my favorite guy ever, David Henry: “I know of no more...
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