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Just Enough. Just in Time. Just for Me.

Differentiating Instruction. Individualized Learning. Personalized Learning. Data-Driven Instruction. Problem-Based Learning. Customizing Instruction. Student-Centered Classrooms. 21st Century Learning. College & Career Readiness. Blended Learning. Flipped Instruction. Digital Natives & Digital Citizenship. 944 more words

EdTech

Homeschooling is the Smartest Way to Teach Kids in the 21st Century According to Business Insider

Great article published yesterday in the tech section of Business Insider about homeschooling offering our kids a tremendous opportunity for gaining a 21st-Century education:

http://www.businessinsider.com/why-kids-should-get-homeschooled-2016-8… 304 more words

Contemporary Homeschool

The Educational Making of an Innovator

I wrote last time about the techniques of the One-Room school house — different ages learning in one room (at their own pace), one teacher with each student for his/her entire school career, and regular school stopping after 8th grade. 788 more words

Public Education

Welcome to The Contemporary Homeschooler

Welcome to The Contemporary Homeschooler! Academic excellence, lots of experiential learning and high-quality books are hallmarks of our household. With a good structure in place, homeschoolers are able to complete their academic work in around half the time of a typical conventional school day. 189 more words

Contemporary Homeschool

Bring Back the One-Room School House!

Long below there was a Department of Education, there was the one-room school house. According to the book: Why School – Reclaiming Education for All of Us… 508 more words

Public Education

The Problem With the Concept of Special Education

About ten years ago, something called mainstreaming became popular in the schools in my area. Mainstreaming is educating children with learning differences such as dyslexia in the regular education classroom. 1,517 more words

Autism

Benefits of Flipping Your Math Class

 

What is it?

Essentially, a “flipped classroom” is when you flip flop your in class lectures and assigned homework. This way your classroom is more students centered and gives the teacher more face to face time with their students. 503 more words