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  • Remembering the past with or without dementia
    Remembering the past with or without dementia
    Families are comprised of many people, some related by blood, some by friendship and some by extinction. We hear stories while growing up and enjoy the fun, comradely, excitement and so on. However, where do we go to hear those stories today? As...
  • Teach A Man To Fish Proverb
    A college student’s perspective concerning the autism spectrum – Part II
    The following is the second article in a three-part series written by Matt Bolton, a sophomore college student from Brooksville, FL. He posted it at his blog site a little more than a week ago. He was determined to have the article hit the web on...
  • Children Gardening and Learning
    Children Really Dig Gardening
    Teaching children that things do not just come from a grocery store is important. Things grown on the farm require hard work, dedication and understanding. Children need to have a connection to what they eat, gardening provides this. Even if you...
  • The Hidden Secrets if Intelligence
    Roy Andersen helps children learn and parents understand
    Andersen explains, “This 21st century will bring deep changes in the ways we live. These books explain how we can raise the intelligence of all children at home and in school - and why we must.”Twenty years ago Roy Andersen began to...
  • Technology in the Classroom
    The Dark Side of Tech in Education
    Yes, it’s true that technology in the classroom can be a helpful thing. There are numerous reasons to use technology in the classroom. When used properly and to its fullest potential, tech in the classroom can be downright exciting and fun...
  • Spring Break and learning
    Spring break fun that will keep kids learning
    In the mid-west Spring Break is almost here. A week off is a time to rejuvenate from the structure of school. For some this is a bittersweet time as kids are home which means you can spend more time with them... and you spend more time with them....
  • Never too old to learn
    Don't retire your brain!
    Whether you loved or hated school, retirement is a great time to learn about things you wish you had known before (the stock market!), entirely new subjects (history of opera) or upgrade a subject already of interest (World War II.) And just like...
  • Homeworkl
    Study: There is such a thing as too much homework
    A new study may confirm your teenager’s long-held suspicion that more homework is not necessarily better. According to a March 23 news release, a study published in the Journal of Educational Psychology found that an hour of homework per...
  • Heart-shaped chocolate boxes for Valentine's Day are a symbol of affection.
    Advanced vocabulary: Affectionate words
    Understanding how to use a large vocabulary of obscure words is a sign of having an excellent education. Incorporating unusual words into conversations is a surefire way to make chats more interesting and, for writers, it is a direly-needed skill....
  • Tour buses are a great way to travel around and explore a vacation location.
    Advanced vocabulary: Travel words
    Knowing a wide vocabulary is a sign of being excellently educated. Understanding how to use obscure is a great way to make conversations more interesting and, for writers, it is a necessity. The English language is quite complicated and so there...
  • Anger is often expressed during sports events--such as this soccer player who did not agree with a referee's decision.
    Advanced vocabulary: Angry words
    Knowing a wide vocabulary is a sign of having an excellent education. Understanding how to use large (and often obscure) words correctly is a wonderful way to make conversations more interesting and, for writers, it is a much-needed skill. The...
  • Grief is one of the strongest forms of sadness.
    Advanced vocabulary: Sad words
    Having a wide vocabulary is a sign of being well-educated. Understanding how to use big words is a great way to add flavor to conversations and, for writers, having such knowledge is a much-needed skill. The English language is extremely...
  • Activities such as skydiving are often regarded as "thrilling."
    Advanced vocabulary: Thrilling words
    Having a wide vocabulary is a sign of being educated. Understanding how to use big words is a great way to make conversations more interesting and, for writers, it is a much-needed skill. The English language is exceptionally complicated and so...
  • Jimmy and Dr. Rodger C. Castle Sr., Pastor
    Age appropriateness with the Autism Spectrum
    I recently read a blog about age appropriateness and the special needs child and it got me to thinking about the special needs children, and adults for that matter, that I have personally worked with. Yes, as adults we often call these interests...
  • "The Thinker" is a famous sculpture that depicts a man thinking.
    Advanced Vocabulary: Thinking words
    Knowing how to use a wide vocabulary of words is a sign that one is a well-educated individual. Understanding how to use big words is a fantastic way to make conversations more interesting and, for writers, it is a dire skill that must be mastered...
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