As a student, you probably remember all those times you had a student teacher in class, right? Remember when it came time for those student teachers to teach? They had to do that for at least a week or two, maybe more. Then, they had to have their teachers come to your class to do a teacher observation. It seems weird: three teachers in one room, but only one is actually teaching while the other two are just watching. [Read More]
Do You Want A Christ-Centered Education For Your Child?
Are you less than excited about the education your child is receiving in public school? Or it might be that you decided on a Christ-centered education for your child even before he or she began kindergarten. If you are still trying to decide how to give your child the Christ-centered education you desire for him or for her, from home schooling to selecting a school with a Christ-centered curriculum, here are some ideas for you to consider. [Read More]
Get Started As A Plumbing Professional
Plumbers have a pretty great trade. They bring in high hourly rates and their work is always in demand. Here's how you can get started as a plumber and increase your income: Go to Trade School The first step in getting certified as a plumber is to go to plumbing trade school. There, you will learn the basic skills a plumber must know. Passing your trade school tests will be a prerequisite to getting started as a plumber, so take this part seriously. [Read More]
Continuing Montessori Education At Home: Setting Up A Learning Space
Montessori schools give children the chance to learn by discovering and participating in a hands-on approach to learning. While your preschooler or school-aged child might not get traditional homework, there are ways you can continue the Montessori-style of learning at home. Here are a few things you can do to create a learning space in your home. Dramatic Play Station Let your little ones learn by pretending with a dramatic play station. [Read More]