Catalyzing Your Child’s Online Learning

Catalyzing Your Child’s Online Learning

Deposited (somewhat unceremoniously) onto the doorstep of online schooling, many households have been in a tailspin.   It was abrupt – almost like a switch was flipped — and there was little time for parent or child to make the emotional adjustments needed for...
How to Bake Pi by Eugenia Cheng

How to Bake Pi by Eugenia Cheng

How to Bake Pi is a one-of-a-kind book about the mathematics of mathematics in which each chapter begins with a familiar recipe. It’s illuminating and fun for both the math-anxious and the curious.  It is the perfect book for a home educator to read together (or read...
Talent is Overrated by Geoff Colvin

Talent is Overrated by Geoff Colvin

Mr. Colvin does a superb job of synthesizing for the reader all of the components of “getting it right” and “spot on” performances. He tells us stuff we already know, true, but he delivers us to this self-knowledge in a way that clarifies,...
A Habit of Learning

A Habit of Learning

The content in this book quaked my soul both the first and second time I read it.  Although it was published a few years back, the content is 100% spot on, right now.  Today. When I first read  The Learning Habit over five years ago, it scared me, so I tucked it...
Free Educational Resources for Families

Free Educational Resources for Families

With so many families stranded at home with kids of all ages, I thought this very comprehensive listing of free educational resources might help.  This list is LONG(!) so make a cup of tea and start shopping this fun and educational treasure trove. I have cobbled this...

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