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Did you learn to power threw as a kid?

Remember when you were a kid? Remember how life seemed so big, so much to learn, so much to do? I remember days when I was a kid around 10 years old or so. 468 more words

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Homeschooling Laws by State

Deciding to homeschool your child is a major decision, a decision that you want to make with confidence and as much information as you can find. 470 more words


Set Students Up for Success with Engaging, Educational Games

Parents and teachers don’t always approve of online games for kids. In fact, many believe games to be a distraction from what’s important—namely, education. But gaming and learning don’t have to be at odds with each other. 475 more words


Looking Forward to the New Year - Artiste Classes!

After a successful first-run of classes at K&M SOPA, I am working on revamping much of the curriculum.

In addition to the courses already offered, I am thrilled to announce that in 2016 I will be offering classes on The Artiste. 291 more words

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Where the Heart Is: A New Carol

I wrote this song last year about huge problem of homelessness in Dublin, an issue I feel really strongly about.


There was a light once… 241 more words

Asperger's Syndrome

Educator Grant Available, Deadline December 31

By Paris Wolfe, Blogmaster, The Herb Society of America

In Millbury, Mass., an herb garden helps at-risk youth develop new skills and environmental appreciation.  Participants grow herbs for teas and aromatics as part of a horticultural curriculum that includes producing infused oils and teas. 192 more words

Skype IS my Classroom

I spend a good amount of time each week in my online Professional Learning Community. Lately I have been seeing ads for an educational Skype-a-Thon… 765 more words