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    What Is The Electoral College and Does It Reflect The Popular Vote of The People?

    Posted by on Jul 26, 2017 in Deep Thinking | No Comments

     If you examine Article II, Section I of the U.S. Constitution, you will not find the words “Electoral College” anywhere. Rather, you will find the system by which states appoint representatives, or “Electors,” to choose the President of the United States. Each state’s number of Electors is equal to the number of senators (2) and […]

    Summer Fun and Education: Can You Have Both?

    Posted by on Jul 24, 2017 in Homeschool Activities | No Comments

    As the books and computers are put away and the grades have all been handed out, I am often left with a feeling of worry. What will we do this summer? Will it be a summer filled with TV, computer games, and Xbox? That is the last thing I want; however, sometimes I feel like […]

    Step Up Your Literature Game: Marking Up and Annotating Books

    Posted by on Jul 19, 2017 in Quality Education | No Comments

    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 […]

    Food and Friendships Found Online

    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] […]

    Have You Made Your Summer Bucket List?

    Posted by on Jul 13, 2017 in Homeschool Activities | No Comments

    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. […]