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This is me trying to teach my 10 year old math today! 🤣 Haha! 😂 He doesn't think he needs to follow the rules or write anything down. He also thinks he knows it all already, but then he doesn't know how to get the answers because he tries to do it his own way, & ends up trying to do everything by counting it in his head. When he actually listened to me & wrote down the problems, he got almost all of them right. Go figure! :)
All faiths are based in Love. Earth offers us varieties of everything. Why should this be any different with having a variety of faiths/religions?
Earth has a vast variety of flowers. You get to choose which flower you love. This does not make the other flowers any less beautiful. They were all created the same. Humans come in a variety of shapes, sizes, colour. You are beautiful. You are no more beautiful than anyone else. We are all created the same.
We all have different learning styles. We acknowledge that in formal education and in every day life that we all process information differently. How we learn Love is going to be different as well. Makes sense that there should also be a variety of faiths/religions. You get to choose which faith. It doesn't make any one religion/faith better than the other.
Earth is a playground of variety. Open your minds. Variety was never meant for divisiveness. 🙏❤
We’re not trying to do School at Home. We’re trying to do HOMESCHOOL.
They are two completely different propositions.
We’re not trying to replicate the time , style and content of the classroom. Rather we are trying to cultivate a lifestyle of learning in which learning takes place from morning until bedtime 7 days each week. The “formal” portion of each teaching day is just the tip of the iceberg.
~Steve & Jane lambert ~ Five in A Row #homeschooling#homeschoolmotivation#fiveinarow#differentlearningstyles#schoolathome
•School Education Number One• (Charter Schools)
Charter Schools are independent schools that focus on what they find important. This means letting students have complete control on what they want to learn. Whether thats just math or learning multiple languages. Yes these schools are amazing in many aspects, they do have a big downside. Most are nonprofit, meaning they have to find their own ways to make money. This can lead to less safety in buildings, or less supplies for the students. This can often lead to the buildings becoming shut down and kids and their parents having to find a new school. This shouldn’t stop you from enrolling your kids though, remember this is their future and not yours.
for the past weeks in our popping classes, we've been trying different kinds of ways to learn concepts and principles in movement. angles , mobility, and alot more! and we levelled up! sometimes the most basic/simple exercises can produce the movements we've never thought we could achieve. and sometimes something very complex can be understood better and absorbed easier through a simple exercise. different kinds of learning unlock paths to understanding then application. :) breaking it down to the core concept and finding ways to make it achievable through fun. and we all discovered it's alot better learning through EACH OTHER. as teachers we can make a difference in helping our students learn effectively, which doesn't necessarily have to be the usual or traditional way. we can also help give our students a chance and the avenue to learn for themselves and teach one another through different kinds of learning. :) thanking my teacher @rhasanip for inspiring me this creative way of learning.
song: disco to go - brides of funkenstein
How exciting to get a calls and notes from my babies' teachers.
They are doing well. I was concerned about my baby girl because she was not where Jr was academically when he started.
I had to realize the words I've said to many parents. "Don't compare"😳 Even something very similar to this quote right here:
. "Every child has a different learning pace and style. Each child is unique, not only capable of learning, but also capable of being successful."
Robert John Meehan