Learning by Doing

Learning by Doing

Spring 2018 / by Dr. Mary Morse When you think back to what you remember learning in any formal educational setting, I am betting you remember things like field trips, interactive projects, or lessons on topics related to your interests. We need something to attach or...
Stay the Course

Stay the Course

Spring 2018 / by Donna Mariucci As I prepare to graduate our third child from our homeschool in May, I am keeping in the forefront of my mind the advice I heard from more than one seasoned homeschool mom over the last sixteen years. Stay the course. This Christmas...
Choose a Clear Finish Line

Choose a Clear Finish Line

Spring 2018 / by Amanda Garner I stood on tiptoes, peering over the shoulders of those crowded into the stands, hoping, as the others around me, to catch a glimpse of my beloved athlete. The white line stretching across the lanes was an invisible dam, holding back the...
How to Make Knowledge Easy

How to Make Knowledge Easy

Spring 2018 / by Matthew McDill Several years ago, this Proverb caught my attention: A scoffer seeks wisdom in vain, but knowledge is easy for a man of understanding. (Proverbs 14:6) The part that really struck me was the claim that “knowledge is easy for a man of...