- Step Up Your Literature Game: Marking Up and Annotating Books
- Food and Friendships Found Online
- Have You Made Your Summer Bucket List?
- One Awesome Education Hack for a Fabulous Summer
- Architectural Drafting & Design I: An Online Architecture Class
- Press On! Simple Homeschooling Advice and Encouragement
- How to Prepare Your Child to Take a Foreign Language
- Why You Should Take Adobe Muse and Learn How to Build Websites Without Knowing Code.
- A Biology Lesson from my Four-Year-Old Son
- Do You Qualify for the "Homeschooling Parent Genius Award"?
Do you want to improve your ability to comprehend and think deeply about the literature you read? Mark up your book! Many students are encouraged to annotate their texts, but few know how to do this effectively. Commonly, students underline or highlight long sections of text that stand out to them, but later wonder why […]
The cuisines of the world bring joy to our taste buds and nourishment to our stomachs. This post is dedicated to the friendships developed through online cuisine and pastry classes. I refer to these relationships as “soul food,” because I am a foodie. Soul food is defined by Food Lover’s Companion as the “fare [that] […]
A summer bucket list is something that I’ve never written before, but I have seen it on social media the last few weeks as summer vacation has started for most students. So, as a science teacher, you might be able to guess that my summer bucket list would have several “science” related items on it. […]
One Awesome Educational Hack for a Fabulous Summer Easy plan. Children, avert your eyes. “FREE AT LAST!” … The joyful proclamation as the school year ends. But is that it? No more learning? Time for total educational depravity? What’s the deal? Why is summertime so much more exciting to kids? The secret: Summertime = Playtime. […]
Whether you are homeschooling or your public or private school just doesn’t offer this opportunity, your high schooler can take architecture classes online with Excelsior Classes. In Architectural Drafting & Design I & II, students learn to see, think, and draw like architects! Students starting out in any design field are usually limited in their […]