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reviewed The Well-Adjusted Child: The Social B.... January 27, 2011
posted in Eco-Babyz
The Well-Adjusted Child: The Social Benefits of Homeschooling
"Once upon a time, all children were homeschooled. They were not sent away from home each day to a place just for children but lived, learned, worked, and played in the real world, alongside adults …
posted a Quick Tip about The Red Tent: A Novel. July 09, 2010
The Red Tent
Loved it. It picks up where the Torah (or bible depending on your preference) left off on one of the female characters, Dinah. This is where I first heard about midwifery, and that is what I study today! …
reviewed Reading. April 12, 2010
   What? Men read OUTSIDE of the bathroom?? __________________________________________________________________________ I have a lot of quippy answers for when people ask me about my favorite …
The Architecture of Learning: Designing
There's a fair amount that we know about learning, and we often place great importance on teaching, but we seem to take for granted the way teaching and learning are related. It is not at all obvious …
reviewed The Symphony of Science. February 27, 2010
The Symphony of Science
      I first stumbled upon the fifth installment of The Symphony of Science through a friend's Twitter post. As an English and History major, "The Poetry of Reality" …
posted a Quick Tip about "Debunking the Case for National Stan.... January 31, 2010
This article raises some extremely valid points about standardized testing and how kids learn. Very compelling.
reviewed Creative Writing Programs. September 12, 2009
Creative Writing Programs
How does one learn to write? By writing, of course. But is learning to write best done that on one's own? Or is it best nurtured in a group, with a mentor, with the support of like-minded souls?   …
reviewed The Red Tent: A Novel. August 29, 2009
The Red Tent
In late middle-age, I come from a "we don't talk about those things" at home or at school generation and was married and honeymoon pregnant before I had the slightest clue how babies got made.   …
reviewed The Masters of Wisdom. August 19, 2009
The Masters of Wisdom
I felt so blessed to learn about The Masters of Wisdom, John G. Bennett's last book. Imagine the power of reading the last book of a man long on the wisdom journey who knew so many other wise ones.   …
reviewed spanish learning. April 18, 2009
       PS: I am still a English learner, I hope you could understand the followings            In this semester, I  …
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