FREE Debut issue of Inspired Education Magazine
Jun06

FREE Debut issue of Inspired Education Magazine

View debut issue of Inspired Education Magazine!

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Inspired Reading Methods
Oct28

Inspired Reading Methods

by Valerie Schuetta, M.Ed. Very often, people will ask me how I come up with so many different ways to teach reading. I tell them when I am truly inspired I seem to come up with my best ideas.  It feels effortless. I like the word “inspire” because it implies creativity and creativity is what I strive to integrate into all my lessons. I guess the bottom line is that I feel so passionate about children becoming the successful readers...

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Handwriting Questions
Oct28

Handwriting Questions

By Nan Barchowsky, BFH, Barchowsky Fluent Handwriting, www.bfhhandwriting.com Our Age of Technology is intriguing, amazing, confounding and frustrating. Something is always new! Specifically, how should we meet challenges in classrooms? Handwriting is hotly debated. Will it become obsolete as we use the growing number of digital ways to communicate? Or should we save handwriting? Should we look to solutions used elsewhere in the...

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An Introduction to Waldorf Education
Oct28

An Introduction to Waldorf Education

Despite the fact that there are over 100 Waldorf schools and kindergartens in the USA (and about 1000 more in countries as diverse as Mexico, Latvia, France, Germany, Israel, India and Egypt), Waldorf education is not well known. Indeed, those of us who work with Waldorf are almost invisible! My hope is to address this imbalance and to help get the word out about a form of education which others might find beneficial to their...

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The Drama Game
Oct22

The Drama Game

The Drama Game File, developed over a period of ten years by national consultant, teacher trainer, and actor/performer Jonas Basom, is an incredible, comprehensive theatre arts curriculum on CD-ROM that is used by teachers, schools, and universities nationwide, to teach theatre and use creative drama across the curriculum to bring content in other subjects to life. Rives Collins, chair of Northwestern University, calls it “The new...

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