“No one cares how much you know, until they know how much you care” - Theodore Roosevelt Friends In our last newsletter, I wrote about how grandparents can be a great source of information and inspiration. Complementarily (is that even a … Continue readingRead More
“A human being is not attaining his full heights until he is educated.” Horace Mann What interests your kids? As I’ve mentioned in previous newsletters, I’ve been trying to become a better cook in the past year. I’ve bought … Continue readingRead More
Software and Business A lot of people love lynda.com to learn software. I’ve been a big fan for several years. However, another site I love is creativelive.com. Similar to lynda.com, creativelive is more than just learning about software. They have classes that relate to business and education. The nice thing about creativelive is… Read More
Perhaps the most frustrating aspect of learning and guiding the learning of others, such as our kids, is that many of the “obvious” things to do sometimes just don’t work. They should. Everyone seems to agree. But they don’t. And for years I’ve been asking why. My first hint… Read More
We recently covered standardized testing, and all of the associated pitfalls, and while it can be easy to know what you don’t like about rigorously testing students, the next question often becomes, “okay, so how do we replace it?” That’s where it becomes a bit trickier. For all of… Read More
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