As a kid, I loved books. Hardly a day went by without a visit to the school library. Then, to my delight, I discovered the library in our church. I could borrow books on Sundays, too! Milking time on the farm was intense. Contented cows produced the best milk. That… Read moreEncouraging Our Children to Read
“TV provides no educational benefits for a child under age two.”(1) … “Watching TV in childhood increased chances of dropping out of school and decreased chances of getting a college degree.”(2) … “Watching sex on TV increases the chances a teen will have sex, and causes teens to start… Read moreKIDS AND TV — THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY
Children have a hard time listening. You carefully explain what you want them to do, and they turn around and do something completely different. Exasperated, you ask, “Were you not listening?” Listening is an acquired skill necessary to be fully present and fully engaged. Listening is an… Read moreHOW CAN WE TRAIN CHILDREN TO LISTEN—REALLY LISTEN?
Using the unique platform of a “blog hop”, Janine Halloran, a fellow blogger is promoting websites about the benefit of play in children’s development. Check out these interesting and informative articles… Shalom!
Amid a maelstrom of economic, social and political changes throughout the world, parents and educators are asking questions. “Is our education system keeping pace with the transition from the Industrial Age to the Information Age?” “Is our curriculum adequately preparing our children for the rapidly changing job… Read moreA BLUEPRINT FOR 21st CENTURY EDUCATION
The desire and the ability of children to learn are activated with their first cry. Sadly, outdated methods of education suppress children’s innate curiosity (desire) and their urge to explore (ability). Nevertheless, children learn. We live in the 21st Century having evolved beyond the Industrial Age into the… Read moreMainframe vs Cloud — Has Education Stepped Into the 21st Century?