Tags » Curriculum

Thinking Tree Review: Literature & Poetry Journals

We made the decision to incorporate Thinking Tree journals into our schooling this year and I’m loving it so much, I decided to review the ones we’re using. 521 more words

Where To Shop

The Impact of UDL on Curriculum and Goals

Source: https://www.canva.com/design/DAChzlgKVpQ/view

Today’s education system creates barriers for anyone but the non-existent average learner to fully access the curriculum. An emphasis on print-based materials, constricted learning goals, and summative assessments prevent learners from feeling engaged, recognizing content, and/or expressing knowledge effectively. 1,110 more words


Flipped Learning At A Glance

I have been private tuitioning for more than two decades now, and almost every time I’ve heard of these two from the parents; I hated maths when I was a student, and what my child studies in maths is quite different from what I studied. 561 more words


Homeschooling a Dyslexic Child

Dyslexia. Go ahead and say it. It’s not a dirty word. The thing that I found most troubling upon realizing that my son was dyslexic, was not the “diagnosis” itself, but how everyone was so reluctant to say the actual word. 2,425 more words


Gifted Homeschooling Update September 2017

The past month has been a whirlwind. We have mainly focused on Madison’s online Intro to Composition class and completing US History II.

I feel that writing is a basic need for every other subject. 498 more words


My PME Journey Begins

This is where I start on the journey that is my Professional Master’s of Education.  Here is  quick intro video where I introduce myself and state some of my goals when in comes to curriculum integration.


So Much Fun!

Wow! My first giveaway is over and it was so much fun! Don’t worry if you missed this one, I still have at least two more, so keep an eye out for them! 101 more words