We do our students a disservice when we don’t teach them about their government. Though many consider civics a higher-level subject, it can easily be adapted for younger grade levels to help them begin understanding and engaging with key concepts.
“Hello, I am Katie from the social media channel, “Good Patriot.” My purpose online is to help encourage and educate people in their faith and freedom”
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
In today’s episode we take a look at the root of everything we’ve been talking about, what the purpose of education actually is.
Inclusion classrooms are centered around making sure all students are given the richest educational experience possible, but teachers must be mindful to overcome the unique challenges they can present.
Join me today as we are start to take a look at the United States’ national holidays and why we celebrate them. I figured there is no better place to start than where our country did, on the 4th of July!
In today’s episode we are starting the discussion on Critical Theories in our classrooms by talking about what a Critical Theory is and ways that these theories have leached out of academia into our culture at large.
When considering teachers’ unions, most people automatically assume a positive connotation. The very term union suggests togetherness, and what could be better than a group of teachers coming together for the common good of one another and their students?
Join me today as we continue our conversation with Debbi about what it was like to homeschool in the 1990s and how she views the issues within education today that are affecting her grandchildren, both homeschooled and mainstreamed.
Join me in today’s episode as Debbi tells the story of how our family got into homeschooling in the early 1990s and what it was really like homeschooling before the internet. She also shares stories about me as a homeschooling student and how she worked within the law to create the experiences that I still treasure today.