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Suggested Course of Study

Before age ten, the child is mostly dependent upon his concrete sensory experiences for learning. He is really in an Early Knowledge Level.

Mirror Neurons and Furry Friendships

Published: 08/15/2009 by Michelle Friese, M.Ed. & Desiree Arsenault, B.Sc. in Education & Learning Support

“Be polite, don’t interrupt and put yourself in someone else’s shoes,” I like to call these kindergarten tactics. These are simple ideas that are presented and engrained into our memory as children to build character and compassion.

Classical Education

When my oldest child was born a homeschooling family member handed me a book on classical home education.

Atlases & Almanacs

Published: 01/15/2008 by Donna Ward in Education & Learning Support

Are you passing on the “wonder of the world?” Here are ways to use geography tools to spice up your studies and grab those teachable moments.

Let It Go: Managing Curriculum and other School Clutter

We all, as functioning family units, have the same basic stressors: bills need to be paid, house needs to be cleaned, meals need to be prepared, kids activities and some parents are even working from home.

The Power of Music

Published: 06/15/2009 by Melissa Mart in Education & Learning Support

Every teacher hopes to find interesting and innovative ways to teach and reinforce specific educational goals they have for their students. Music is one of those ways!

Impossible 2 Possible

Published: 04/15/2014 by Dr. George Agnes in Education & Learning Support

Impossible 2 Possible

As associate dean of science at Simon Fraser University (SFU), I’ve conducted thousands of experiments in my day. But nothing prepared me for my participation in the ultimate educational experiment: observing seven youth each run 180 km of Botswana’s

I spend much of my time motivating and inspiring children to enjoy math and commit to building their “math force.”

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