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What Curriculum Should I Use?

The number one question from new homeschoolers over the past few months — accelerating in the past weeks and days — has been, “What curriculum should I use?” 1,006 more words

Engaged Learning

Back-to-School Shopping in Your Library's Professional Resources Section!


Back-to-School shopping posts are all over Facebook. Yesterday, I saw one from a former colleague who was taking her daughter to get everything she needed for her first year of high school.   845 more words

Engaged Learning

Can I Offer You an Appy Meal?

Would you like to encourage your students to be adventurous with their use of technology?  All while encouraging them to be explorers, risk- takers, and to nurture their creative talents?   866 more words


Engaged Learning & Teaching Philosophy

To actively define, contextualise and place learning within a specific learning theory was a challenge…

I naturally find myself drawn to the constructivist learning theory… 304 more words

Teaching & Learning

The Game is Afoot at Mt. Ararat MS!


Sherlock Holmes uttered the famous line, “The game is afoot.” in The Adventure of the Abbey Grange. “Games” is a concept everyone understands, and Team Androscoggin students from Mt. 232 more words

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Samantha Smith Challenge Celebration

The first Monday in June is designated Samantha Smith Day in Maine. This year the first annual Samantha Smith Challenge celebration was held in the Hall of Flags at the Maine State House on… 686 more words

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Summers, Snow Days, Better Ways to Measure Student Progress

Snow Days Don’t Hurt Student Progress!

–a finding by Harvard Professor Joshua Goodman

The spring that I turned six, I learned how to ride a bike. 1,349 more words