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16 12, 2016

Freak Accident on Conveyor Belt – Inspiration Smoothies by Rachel DeMille

This is more of an "Inspiration Minute" -- a quick snippet I'm sharing that started as a conversation on our Facebook group. Don't Try This At Home I just googled "freak accident conveyor belt." I don't recommend it, but I'm sure you can imagine the [...]

21 10, 2016

Homeschool Q&A: 7 and 2yo – what to do? Inspiration Smoothies by Rachel DeMille

C. R. says: I'm working through The Phases of Learning and am wondering how to structure/assist the learning if they're young Love of Learners. I have a 7yo girl and a 2yo girl. Say, if the 7yo wants to learn about "George Washington", where do [...]

3 08, 2016

Breathe… A Deeper Look at Inspired Education: The Weekly Mentor

Living Inspiration The word “inspire” is one of the most powerful in the English language. It contemplates major improvement, massive personal change, and real societal progress—because when a person is inspired, he does things at a whole new level, frequently in entirely new ways. If [...]

30 05, 2016

A Summer Upgrade!: The Weekly Mentor by Oliver DeMille

Seasons and Lessons I recently saw two different ads in the same magazine that immediately made me think of TJEd. More to the point, they made me think of TJEd parents, youth, and kids, and what they are planning for the summer ahead. Here’s what [...]

19 01, 2016

TJEd Kitchen, Part 2: The Cookbooks!

by Rachel DeMille As mentioned in our previous post (on how to celebrate your kitchen as the heart and hub of a lot of great learning), there is a whole genre of literature that is worth exploring: literature-based cookbooks! Understand, I love all kinds of [...]

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