Offering families and educators a moral agency based education alternative to compulsory education.
Alaskaâ€™s Statewide Christian Homeschool Organization Since 1986
Books focusing on practical advice for homeschooling. Based in Australia, but shipping worldwide.
Providers of a complete, eclectic, classical approach, Pre-school through 12th grade curriculum for home educators with a reformed Christian world view.
Information page for this Arlington-area local Christian support group, including sports calendars and political opinions.
Many schools are now considering abolishing homework assignments in their institutions. May of their educators supporting this move, often cite various research studies that found out that homework has no significant impact in boosting student performance. This has become a common trend among elementary schools, which now prefer other methods such as 20-minute nightly reading
Students, educators and learners of all ages are invited to interact with select items in the Libraryâ€™s collections with the launch of Speculative Annotation, the latest experiment from LC Labs.Â Created by artist andÂ 2021 Innovator in Residence Courtney McClellan, Speculative Annotation is an open-source dynamic web application and public art project.Click here for more information.
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HISTORY(tm), together with the Veterans History Project of the Library of Congress, will host a National Teach-In on Veterans History on Wednesday, October 21st, 2009 at 12pm EST. Educators and students nationwide can tune-in and view this LIVE webcast online at www.veterans.com. The webcast will be broadcast live from the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. A panel of educators and veterans will answer questions from students via video, email, and a live audience. The teach-in will focus on the histories and stories of veterans, and will provide information on how communities nationwide can help preserve the stories of veterans and possibly submit them to the Library of Congress' Veterans History Project. This event is part of the Take A Veteran to School Day initiative created by HISTORY. The panel features Robert Patrick, Director of the Veterans History Project, Terry Shima, WWII veteran and Executive Director of the Japanese American Veterans Association, Professor Darlene Iskra, a US Navy veteran of Desert Storm and the first female commander of a US Navy ship, and Jonathan Bickel, a teacher from Eastern Lebanon County High School and part of a teaching-team on veterans history at his school. Dr. Libby O'Connell, Chief Historian for HISTORY, will moderate. This fall, HISTORY will air a 5-part special series presentation entitled WWII in HD premiering on November 15th. Each school or teacher that signs up for the October 21st webcast will receive a colorful WWII in HD poster and a field kit developed by the Veterans History Project of the Library of Congress. (These will be sent in early October and are available while supplies last.) To register for this webcast and the Take a Veteran to School program, visit us at http://www.history.com/content/veterans If you have any additional questions or feedback, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no registration fee -- HISTORY has fully funded this event. Additional Library of Congress teacher resources relating to Veterans History can be found at http://www.loc.gov/vets/youth-resources.html
In this article, I am going to share with you some of the common mistakes that educators often make. If youâ€™ve fallen prey to one or more of these, it simply means that no one told you about them yet. Once you know, you can then focus on solutions. Or, perhaps youâ€™ll find that you are already on track, and this may reaffirm that you are headed in the right direction.