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Science Project: Sound Localization: Judging Sound Direction by Education.com

Education.com was kind enough to provide us with a project on sound localization. You can read below for all the details. To access a variety of study materials on ANGLES, visit Education.com's website here. What? Where? If you can tell when someone’s sneaking up on you, your ears might have a good sound localization ability, meaning they're great… Continue reading Science Project: Sound Localization: Judging Sound Direction by Education.com

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“Homeschooling could be the smartest way to teach kids in the 21st century — here are 5 reasons why”

Great article just published on Business Insider. Here's the sum-up but give this one the five minutes it will take to read. There are several more worthy articles linked inside too. 1. Personalized learning is a strong method of instruction. 2. Students can learn more about what they really care about. 3. Social media gives… Continue reading “Homeschooling could be the smartest way to teach kids in the 21st century — here are 5 reasons why”

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Santa Fe, Snow Skiing & Meow What?

January was a good month for learning and experiencing new things. We started the year off in Santa Fe, NM where Sebastian went snow skiing for his first time. He absolutely loved it, so much so that we re-arranged our plans to accommodate his request to ski an extra day. The views in and of… Continue reading Santa Fe, Snow Skiing & Meow What?

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Challenge the Norm, who me? No, YOU!

Since New Year's day is typically a time of reflection and resolutions, I thought it a good time to ask you to look at your norm and consider how it could be improved. I'm sure you are already at the gym, grinding up a fresh glass of green juice or deciding what fish to bake… Continue reading Challenge the Norm, who me? No, YOU!