Every year around this time parents are starting to shop for their children’s back to school supplies. While some of these items may remain the same, so much has changed from last year’s back to school shopping. Here are some items I’d like to suggest for parents to add to this year’s list: 1. A […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Over the past two years, I’ve attended several of Florida Gulf Coast University’s Wind Orchestra concerts and each time, I’ve thoroughly enjoyed the performances whether at Artis – Naples or in Fort Meyers, Florida. But I didn’t expect there to be such a powerful masterpiece which I had the opportunity to hear. The conductors, Gary […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
These days, it seems like where ever you turn, someone has a new “cure” for your child’s learning difficulties. Parents often find themselves in the role of detective trying to decipher what’s really a potential therapy and what’s just nonsense. I want to share an innovative therapy that I have been using with many of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
If It Happened To Me, It Could Happen To You I pride myself on being pretty intelligent; and I think I’ve got fairly good common sense as well. As part of my education company, I teach adolescents and young adults life skills in an authentic environment. In part of that curriculum, we work on […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A New Type Of Culture in The Classroom Temple Kol Ami’s early childhood teachers know all too well the importance of showing their kiddos that they care about them. The staff participated in an in-service training last week before their little ones started pre-school. During the workshop, the teachers learned how to take teachable […]Continue Reading... No Comments.