Trends in Education

Why We Play?

March 4th, 2020

I love to play, and somehow I find that when I play, I get better in almost every facet of my life. It’s interesting, management of conflict and learning becomes easier for all of us when we have playtime. So, we all know that we are better when we are with friends, outdoors, and/or playing.
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Making Parents the One Percent

February 26th, 2020

Parents care more about their children at school than we realize Often we hear about the demise of the family and our lack of focus on our children. It’s ironic that we are facing many difficult issues at our elementary schools, and yet, there is hope that we have the right priorities. Parents care, teachers
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Playing & Learning on Maps

March 21st, 2017

In a world where two-year-olds know how to log into their parents’ Smartphones and can access the digital gaming apps they like, should we continue to teach children some of the more basic skills like reading maps? Some might argue they’ll always have a GPS device on their Smartphone, but what about the many other
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