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Cooking for learning - Best Chocolate chip cookies 

That is my favorite recipe. We have to be careful when preparing it. We tend to add more ingredites since the dough is not hard. The butter has to be in room temperature. 218 more words

ELL isn't Language Instruction

I’ve only taught English once in a public school (a humanities class), but I’ve been teaching private instruction English for a decade. Language instruction it’s not. 1,810 more words


Bilingual Learners Case Study By:Amanda Voccio

Case Study Scenario: You have a seventh-grade student who is a bilingual learner.  Her previous public school provided only English instruction and her transcripts note that she failed all subjects.   820 more words

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MINED Accreditation

It has been an incredible 2016 so far for San Juan del Sur Day School.  In addition to growing the student body, breaking ground on a… 138 more words

Second Building & Soccer Field Nearly Complete!

“Growth is never by mere chance; it is the result of forces working together.”

And grow we have…in just one short year, we have outgrown our first building at Finca las Nubes! 349 more words

Fighting against Bullying - Teaching kids how to overcome bullying when nobody sees it

Let’s talk about bullying. I always looking for a book that talks about it. I came across it when I was researching content realated to social skills development, and of course how to overcome bullying when nobody sees it. 142 more words

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Najat Vallaud-Belkacem: Muslim, Woman, and France's Minister for Education | By Anushka Mehta

The first woman to hold the position of Minister for Education in France, Najat Vallaud-Belkacem is also a Moroccan-born Muslim, or, as the French would say, an “issu de l’immigration” (child of immigration) rather than a “Français de souche” (French by descent/origin). 691 more words