A Quick Look at Now

The world is a mess. War in the middle east, disease spreading in western Africa, stocks on a roller-coaster ride, pirates on the east coast of Africa, and many other things going on. What many people don’t realize is that these things have been happening again and again over the centuries. Most recently, in the … Continue reading A Quick Look at Now

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ADD and ADHD Children Benefit From Learning to Read Early

Many children with ADD/ADHD have language development skills that are weak.  They also find it more difficult to communicate effectively to others what they want and become more easily frustrated because of that.  When frustration sets in, they start daydreaming or acting out.  It is difficult to recognize AD(H)D in infants.  The reason for its … Continue reading ADD and ADHD Children Benefit From Learning to Read Early

To Write, or Not To Write of Edu (“To Be, or Not To Be” rewritten)

To write of edu or not to write on’t?  That is the question.  Whether ‘tis better for the mind to suffer the trials and tribulations of edu malpractice, or to put the pen to paper to oppose it, and by opposing, end it:  To train, to teach once more; and by teaching, to end the … Continue reading To Write, or Not To Write of Edu (“To Be, or Not To Be” rewritten)