The Learning Edge

Latin Proverb Re: Learning and Teaching

Let Your Child Be Your Teacher

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Shari Maser, Off-Campus Program Advisor I played two characters: the “perfect” student, Mary Ingalls, and the “class clown,” Johnny Johnson. My daughter played Laura

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Madison Siwak Quote Re: The Power of Words

Use Your Words

By Madison Siwak, Class of 2016 Editor’s Note: At graduation, we invite our students to share a performance, speech, or story that reflects the uniqueness of their

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Alfie Kohn Quote Re: Homework

Perspectives on Homework

By Bev Munday, Director of Education Alfie Kohn, education theorist and author of The Homework Myth, has described homework as “a case of all pain

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Pat Montgomery Quote Re: Taking Ownership of Learning

The New Workplace

By Pat Montgomery, Founder Editor’s Note: From time to time, we’ll “look back” through our archives to share articles that are as relevant today as

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John Dewey Quote Re: Learning Naturally

Uncommon to Our Core

By Stefanie Weyand,  Campus Teacher (Olders, Grades 9–12) and Clonlara Graduate  A paradigm shift is happening in the United States. Americans are beginning to doubt

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Shirley Abbott Quote Re: Ancestry

Who’s in Your Genes?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Carol Caraccia, Off-Campus Program Advisor Genealogy is becoming a popular and ever-growing hobby for many around the globe. Just look at the number of

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