Monthly Archives: January 2013

Poverty and Education

I posted the following comments related to poverty and education on the “Get Schooled” blog of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on January 26, 2013: =================================================== “Eleanor Roosevelt did not look at the poor from the vantage point of judgment from above. … Continue reading

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I posted the following comments regarding bullying on the educational blog, “Get Schooled,” on January 23, 2013: ====================================================== “(From the article:) ‘The problem, though, is the definition of ‘a crime of violence.’  ====================================================== (My response:) Bullying is abuse. The psychological effects … Continue reading

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About Education: Essay #9 – My Thoughts for Improving Public Education

Yesterday, on the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s educational blog, I had written a response to another poster who had asked a question of me regarding education. My response to that poster gives my thoughts, in a nutshell, on what would improve public education so … Continue reading

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About Education: Essay #8, Two-column Notetaking Method

An effective method for taking notes from a high school teacher’s lectures, or from the lectures of a college professor, is called by some the “Two-column Notetaking Method.” The steps to this notetaking method are given, sequentially, below: ———————————————————————- 1. … Continue reading

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The Case for Continuous Progress for Students in Grades k – 12

On September 14, 2015, I posted the following comments to another poster on the “Get Schooled” blog of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: “I worked directly with a couple of students whose parents placed them in a private church school at that … Continue reading

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Love, The Driving Force of The Universe

I Corinthians 13: 4 – 10 “Love suffers long, and is kind; love envies not; love vaunts not itself, is not puffed up, does not behave itself unseemly, seeks not her own, is not easily provoked, thinks no evil; rejoices … Continue reading

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