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“Why in the world would I ever want to teach Junior High science?” At one point in my teaching career, this is what I would have said. However, for the last seven years that is all I have taught… and I love it! Junior High is a tough age for students. They are not little […]
I think most homeschooling parents who begin when their children are young would agree that at some point, things just get hard. As children grow older and more of them arrive, many moms encounter the difficulty of the number of children and preparations required. Others might confess trepidation at the thought of teaching high school […]
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Is my son or daughter ready for _____________? I have been asked this question several times recently regarding the science classes that I teach. And it has prompted me to think about my own son who will be starting school soon. I have pondered the question of whether or not he is ready for the […]
What is Critical Thinking and Why it is Important? What exactly is Critical Thinking? How would you define the term? In my opinion, Critical Thinking is most easily defined as logical reasoning. It is the process by which we break down and synthesize facts to reach a logical conclusion. It is the process we employ […]