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Parents shared their thoughts on standardized tests in a Cram Session blog entry.
Being a homeschooling parent doesn’t just mean facilitating your kids’ learning. Especially for unschoolers, the advice often says to look at your own life. What are YOU learning? Are you interested – and interesting? Joan Concilio Otto talks about being a love-to-learn role model.
Dallastown resident Eric Thiegs aims to create Writing Race, a mobile writing app that would allow two friends to collaborate on writing a story, just a few words at a time.
Don’t miss these holiday-themed Smart posts from the week of Nov. 26, 2012.
Unschooling mom and online editor Joan Concilio Otto shares a roundup of some of the activities she and her 12-year-old daughter, Sarah, kept busy with during Hurricane Sandy.
When it looked like cost-saving ideas might include fewer theater performances in the Hanover Public School District, parents joined forces to try to help.
The Concilio/Otto family took a three-day trip to Assateague, Md., and Chincoteague, Va. It’s a great trip from York with many amazing science and nature sites that are well worth exploring.
Pumpkin painting, learning from movies and a trip to the beach: What our family learning looked like this week
Unschooling mom and online editor Joan Concilio Otto shares a roundup of recent activities with her 12-year-old daughter, Sarah, including painting pumpkins and learning from movies.
Visit the Cram Session blog to weigh in on whether you give back to your college.