I read an article last night that made me both sad and angry at the same time. I’m fairly sure that’s not what the author or individuals interviewed had in mind, but it was like looking into a mirror.
Parents of gifted toddlers and preschoolers hear this phrase a lot: “They’re little, Just let them play, play, play!” Time enough for academics later, because don’t you know that children learn best through play? Sometimes we’re accused of pushing
I read an article the other day that made me roaring mad. It was written by a former teacher, titled: “What Homeschooling Gets Wrong About Socialization, According to a Former Teacher.” It admitted that homeschoolers were doing ok with
Maybe it’s because I’m gifted. Or because I have no patience with pedantic people. Actually, I don’t have much patience anyway (hmm wonder where the Engineer got that from?) so I can’t stand sitting there and listening to someone
I know, I know. You’re probably having a “NO TESTING!” knee-jerk reaction. After all, our public schools are obsessed with testing. I hear from frazzled parents about how testing anxiety is wearing their kids out, and I hear from stressed