Author Archives: Guest

One Dad’s Home-Schooling Philosophy: Work!

Today’s post is a guest post by CaptiousNut whose blog Marginalizing Morons has as its tagline: “An Online Homeschool Curriculum, for Adults!”  I don’t actually remember how I first “met” Cnut but he has been a regular commenter on my posts – which I very much appreciate – AND he has a distinctive perspective on…

Neuroscience Meets Your Child With Disabilities

In the summer edition of the Florida Parent Educator’s Almanac magazine I found the following article by Tara Jenner, founder of The Brain Trainers.  As you will read in this article Tara is a cognitive skills trainer, who serves the needs of students and adults who either have learning challenges or just want to improve…

Germinating Life – A Lesson in Character-Building

A couple of months ago I was contacted by Jane H. Smith concerning a youth novel she has recently had published called The Living Tale Series: Henley and the Book of Heroes.  The purpose of the book is to teach children about growing their character – something which is a life-long learning process for all of us. …