The pupils all strongly opposed the current dominant structure where the pupils receive information and “knowledge” from the teacher in the form of a passive recipient. They valued the role of the teacher but suggested that it would be more for effective if the teacher also considered their points of view…
Reblogged from Homeschool Preschool The Red, White, & Blue is just a few weeks away. It’s a good time to
Please welcome children’s author and illustrator, the lovely Sally Huss, to the Reading Room today. Q. Thanks for joining us,
Please join me in celebrating children’s holiday books by taking a look at one of mine! I’m putting my St.
…I remember reading a biography of Sting and how he was asked to describe his music. He realized that he couldn’t call it a hobby because that description was not strong enough, yet he couldn’t call it a business because he was at a job interview.
My guest today is a man who not only writes books for children, but juggles that currently with his busiest
From the time my children were toddlers, every other week or more we’d go to the library and max out
Today, I’m thrilled to introduce to you an extremely accomplished young man, still in college, who has already started his
Welcome to February, in children’s book terms, Literacy Month. It’s also a time for celebrating several things that stave off
Two things I love: list making and children’s holiday books (one reason my books are often centered around holidays). So