Tag: education

The Most Important Class I Took While Pregnant

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I took a lot of classes while I was pregnant. All were essential in helping me with childbirth, breastfeeding, relaxation, and coping with the...

Quality Tutoring from the Comfort of Home with GoPeer

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These days, we spend a lot of time at home -- for work, for play, and even for school. I don't know if any...

As an Adult Educator, I Was the Student

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Thirteen years ago, as a second-year teacher, I was offered a position to pick up an English 10 Adult Education course in my school...

Fun and Fundraising – Things I’ve Learned about Myself by Joining...

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As the parent of both an elementary and a middle school student, I have been carefully juggling my time between work and family for several...

Overscheduled? 5 Tips For Surviving Extracurricular Activities

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When my daughter was a toddler, I couldn't wait for her to join some local activities. The little mommy and me gymnastics class -...

What Back to School Means When Your Child Struggles

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I have always loved the fall. The weather gets a bit cooler. The fall foliage brings a splash of color to our green landscape,...

International Literacy Day: Ways to Recognize and Involve Kids

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September 8th is International Literacy Day and an opportunity to celebrate, learn and help others in the community.  International Literacy Day was created by UNESCO...

Goodbye, Hybrid Year

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Well, Parents, Congratulations! We made it through the 2020/21 school hybrid year despite all odds. Some of us started the school year fully remote, becoming...

Social Media Relationship Status: It’s Complicated

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I have a complicated relationship with social media. In being part of the generation that is fully immersed in the evolution of social networking, I...

Magnifying Our Sight, Brightening Our Light

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Inspired by Amanda Gorman A few years ago, I searched for new poems to share with my high school students to kick off National Poetry...