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Revisiting YOUR School Memories Helps You Help Your Child Learn

Revisiting YOUR School Memories Helps You Help Your Child Learn

Revisiting YOUR School Memories Helps You Help Your Child Learn By Linda Dobson The older we get, the better a backward look on childhood becomes. The more distant childhood becomes, the more school memories resemble professional photographs of pretty girls - fuzzy and "touched up." You remember the prom, the football games you won, the [...]

Putting the Child Back into Childhood

Putting the Child Back into Childhood

Putting the Child Back into Childhood By Linda Dobson I know I'm dating myself, but here goes. I remember a time when preschool was almost unheard of and daycare wasn't a noun. Most families participated in "early years" homeschooling (although they didn't call it that) until somewhere around a child's fifth or sixth birthday. Until then [...]

Entering the Fray: The Homeschooling Is Undemocratic Myth

Entering the Fray: The Homeschooling Is Undemocratic Myth

Entering the Fray: The Homeschooling Is Undemocratic Myth By Linda Dobson At first, I figured the article on Slate by Dana Goldstein was so oddly perverse that if I quietly ignored it, it would go away. No such luck. Days later and the slash-and-burn homeschooling article still gets the goat of many, me included. That someone in the year [...]

The Education Pyramid

The Education Pyramid

The Education Pyramid Let not thy learning exceed thy deeds. Mere knowledge is not the goal, but action.  ~ Talmudic Axiom By Linda Dobson EDITOR NOTE: The Education Pyramid is, of necessity, a lengthy piece. I don't want to break it up into smaller parts as those who might miss the beginning before stumbling on a later part might be left more [...]

Help for Hurricane Irene Victims In Hometown Area

Help for Hurricane Irene Victims In Hometown Area

Help for Hurricane Irene Victims In Hometown Area By Linda Dobson Hello! Thanks to every one of you who responded to the last post about us needing to take a few days off due to potential Hurricane Irene damage. The forecast got so nasty we made a last minute decision to evacuate (due also to my EMT son's urging). We returned to hear good [...]

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