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By VERA GOODMAN,  B.Ed., M.A. We can only think with the words that we know.  We learn through using the words we have meaning for to form ideas in our […]
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Young children are in a precarious position. They don’t know that they don’t know and so are in no position to do anything about it. Yet, they are judged as […]
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How to we get students to read for enjoyment? Three tips that worked for me as a teacher and consultant may help you too. 1. Find a novel that is […]
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For the past 150 years, governments in many countries around the world have used the Prussian Model of Education as a model for their school systems. Compulsory attendance, standardized tests, […]
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Storytelling is one of the oldest traditions known to mankind. It is still the most common form of socialization. Recently we were gathered with a group of friends after a […]
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How to we get students to read books for enjoyment? Three tips that worked for me as a teacher and parent may help you too. 1. Find a series that […]
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Human diversity is the fuel that runs the world. If we were all capable in the same areas it just wouldn’t work. For the best years of their lives our […]
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How to we get students to read books for enjoyment? Three tips that worked for me as a teacher may be helpful for you as a parent or teacher. #1 […]
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This letter is written with words that would be at a suitable level for a fifth grade reading test. Do you think you could answer questions based on it? Dear […]
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“It lies within us as adults either to turn newborns into monsters by the way we treat them or to let them grow up into feeling – and therefore responsible […]
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