Talent searches like Duke TIP for bright and gifted kids:
I’m interrupting my regularly scheduled program (ha) to introduce you to a new venture that I think you’re going to love. home / school / life is a new, savvy, beautiful magazine for homeschoolers or anyone who wants to supplement their child’s school education with home education. It’s going to be unlike anything else out there.
And I am its senior editor.
It’s a long story, but last week I was approached about possibly taking on this role. It came as a big surprise,
Have you noticed the creative use of math jokes and allusions on The Simpsons? Engage students by adding references to the popular television show to your math curriculum!
“Simpsons Rule!,” an article published in Math Horizons, is featured in the JPASS collection.
Sarah J. Greenwald and Andrew Nestler, “Simpsons Rule!,” Math Horizons, Vol. 10, No. 4 (2003): 16-17.
JPASS gives homeschoolers personal access to JSTOR, the same
Pictures of the Origami X-Men! Thanks for reading this.
Homeschooling is exciting to me. I can think of a hundred different things I want to introduce to my children, and then I get frustrated that we don’t have time to do it all. There’s simply no way around that. However, when I lay out my priorities, I see that we are achieving quite a few of the most important ones. That is an achievement, and I know I should consider anything else icing on the cake.
I promised a post about our priorities for this year a long time ago, and it’s taken