Monthly Archives: January 2012

Better Test Scores Don’t Lead To Success

Higher test scores DON’T lead to greater success for individual students. Better test scores also DON’T lead to greater success in global competitiveness. Continue reading

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7 Ways To Make Your Day More Magical

Make your day more magical. Try eyebombing, alternative identities, a daily toast, and more. Continue reading

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Peace Meeting Disrupted By Vegetation Attack

Dignity and the gag reflex do not go together. Continue reading

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How The “10,000 Hour” Rule Can Benefit Any Child

10,000 hours for Big Time Success is a rule that benefits homeschoolers and self-directed learners, even if they don’t spend those hours in any one field. Continue reading

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School ADD Isn’t Homeschool ADD

How a child diagnosed with ADD suffers in school and flourishes when homeschooled. Continue reading

Posted in college, homeschooling, learning, mothering, school, success, teens | Tagged , , , | 162 Comments