New math. Digital literacy. Executive function. Soft skills. None of these things were “things” when we were in school. Education seemed straightforward to us. We were taught something, memorized it, shared it on the test and moved on to the next topic. 395 more words
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I went for the most fantastic run this morning.
I recently Black Friday-ed myself a new set of active wear and I am obsessed. Yes, the outfit is super pretty, a lady even stopped me mid leap to ask where I got them (ah yeah) but I also love it because of its practicality. 509 more words
Time molds vivid memories from one’s past into the building blocks of one’s writing…
Remembering that our readers are seeing a picture that we are drawing with words, we must keep in mind that the reader may/may not mentally associate with what we are trying to infer. 362 more words
Every child is unique and so is the behavior displayed by every child, based on the situation.
Every behavior, which a child displays moment by moment, is a result of the tiny brain processing a decision and behaving a certain way. 288 more words