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While “zero tolerance” helps ensure that all kids are treated the same, thus taking prejudices out of the decision making process, the lack of thinking that it allows (enforces) is a major problem. For instance, this kid, who took a … Continue reading
This Post over at oregonlive made me weep at my desk today. It’s a heartwarming story about the impact of our teachers on our kids. Well, one teacher on one kid, but it shows how the influence can be passed … Continue reading
Are you interested in training how to work with children in a Montessori environment? The Montessori Institute Northwest is having a free Elementary Training Course! Meet the trainer, ask questions, and get an overview of what you will do during … Continue reading
Good morning campers! Spring break will be here in a matter of one and a half short months. And how would you like to go to a Spring Break Music Camp? I thought so! The Music Studio on Harrison Hill … Continue reading
Interested in a smaller preschool that shows dedication to the 2-5 year olds? Chrysalis Home School, a small, home-based preschool is having an informational meeting for parents who may be interested in enrolling their child for fall 2010. More Details
With Dr. Karen Rogers, author of Re-Forming Gifted Education: How Parents and Teachers Can Match the Program to the Child ( See cover to the right ). Dr. Karen Rogers will present the keynote address at the annual conference of … Continue reading
Nike is sponsoring a 5K walk/run that gets money for our local schools physical education programs. It’s June 7th and the entry fee is $20 ( until May 28 ). Fifteen of this goes to your chosen school and the … Continue reading
As a follow up to the Tinkering School post recently, it was brought to our attention that the Tinkering School was also written up by the openeducation.net staff; openeducation.net link.
Bob Compton, an Indianapolis venture-capitalist-turned-filmmaker, has produced a controversial new documentary called “2 Million Minutes” that looks at how American education falls short in today’s global economy. What I saw in the K-12 schools absolutely shocked me in both India … Continue reading
A.K.A. Science (All Kids are Scientists) is a fun, hands-on after school science program for children in grades K-8. Our playful, yet structured activities encourage observation of the world through exploration, and help dispel the myth that science is difficult … Continue reading