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Alfie Kohn in Boulder, CO APR 17

Alfie Kohn in Boulder, CO APR 17

The Homework Myth: Why Our Kids Get Too Much of a Bad Thing A Lecture by Alfie Kohn Saturday, April 17, 2010 8:00 - 10:00 am Naropa University Nalanda Events Center 6287 Arapahoe Road Boulder, CO 80303 Alfie Kohn writes and speaks widely on human behavior, education, and parenting. The latest of his eleven books are THE [...]

‘Tis the Season Round-Up of Children’s Book Titles

‘Tis the Season Round-Up of Children’s Book Titles

The following is a nice brief round-up of books from today's issue of "Shelf Awareness" that the kiddos might like to see in their stockings this year...enjoy! Children's Reviews: 'Tis the Season Round-up It's time to make merry with a few of our favorite selections. Auntie Claus: Home for the Holidays by Elise Primavera [...]

A Christmas Wish List for Parent Bookworms

If you still haven't gotten your Christmas gift wish list together - and you'd like to learn a bit more about how children learn and homeschooling - here's a short list of possibilities for your list, in no particular order of importance...just plain ol' (and in some cases, pretty old!) good reading! In Their Own Way: Discovering and [...]

Business Is Booming for Homeschooling Math Curriculum Provider

..according to the company's press release that follows. Lancaster, PA (PRWEB) December 3, 2009 -- Math-U-See announces the expansion of its operations in Pennsylvania. From November 20th to the 23rd Math-U-See moved its offices and warehouse from Peach Bottom, PA to Lancaster, PA. “We are thankful for the opportunity to grow and to [...]

At Last, Help for Parents Intent on Raising Pirates

I've accepted the fact that there are waaay too many books to read compared to hours in a day. (If anyone would like to join me in petitioning the government to have 72 hour days, just shoot me an e-mail. <g>) But, I reason, just because I probably won't ever have time to read them, that doesn't mean I can't pass on news of the existence of [...]

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