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Remote Learning Week 2 with a senior and freshman in high school

Remote learning week two has been a real eye-opener. As we are working on things this year, it has come to my attention that one of my daughters doesn’t know how to take notes. She is now engaged in a note-taking exercise that involves… Continue Reading “Remote Learning Week 2 with a senior and freshman in high school”

So many emotions after hearing the family of George Floyd explain how their brother’s death was minimized

Today we are looking at a situation that has been centuries in the making. We have an accountability issue from the very top of the government to the lowest levels of leadership in our towns and cities. In most cases, we did not get… Continue Reading “So many emotions after hearing the family of George Floyd explain how their brother’s death was minimized”

Added Benefits Of Remote Learning that some of us never considered.

My husband and I have a rule when it comes to explaining coursework to our children. The general rule of thumb is that I help with anything that isn’t math-related! When I was in college, I took math classes that would pretty much ensure… Continue Reading “Added Benefits Of Remote Learning that some of us never considered.”

Remote Learning For Parents

So, the girls and I have officially started remote learning this year. I like to include myself in the equation because we are in it together. As the year is just beginning, I am quickly learning my place. My children have even asked if… Continue Reading “Remote Learning For Parents”

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