[Scroll down to download free math course...] This is it. This is how to teach math, even if you stink at it. Even if you hate math. And even if you don't. by Rachel DeMille, TJEd.org The math-project images in this post are from real [...]
How well do you carry out the great responsibility to always know the right individualized educational goals and objectives for each of your children—each week, every week? And, knowing them, how well do you implement them?
A Better Way If you’re mentoring young people today, or even adults, you simply must know something very important. You must know about the three economies. If not, you’re going to make huge mistakes in how you mentor. You’re going to mentor today’s young people [...]
A Deeper Problem One day. One trip to Barnes and Noble. Two magazines. It was interesting to read the two articles within five minutes of each other. It really made me think. First came a piece in Psychology Today (April 2014) reviewing a groundbreaking new [...]
A recent TEdx talk was given by 11 year old homeschooler Logan LaPlante. He argues (among many, many other wonderful points) that "education" too often asks kids to define "what they want be when they grow up," without abilifying them to be happy. Logan likens [...]
(Reading, Writing, and Rich-matic) by Oliver DeMille “When am I ever going to use this math in real life?” the student asks. The teacher hems and haws, and when the bell rings the whole class leaves with a sense of frustration about math. We’ve all [...]