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in Education, Personal Growth, Health, Relationships, Business and others 

Volume 2 - No. 2 - 2003


If you are truly serious about preparing your child for the future, 
don't teach him to subtract, teach him to deduct.  Fran Lebowitz 

Try Something New (Part II) - by Donna Brandes

The conclusion of the article started in our last online issue.  "Obviously," says Donna, "these are the kinds of things that teachers accomplish using many different methods, notable Drama.  I know that the games are not a panacea, and not the only means to these ends.  But they have been so effective and valuable for me as a teacher that I am willing to do whatever I can to encourage their use."

Curriculum Development - by Mark Edwards

I maintain that emotional literacy in particular is essential for the reclamation of education as a vehicle for personal and cognitive development.  But there is a very real danger that the Governments current approach is going to snuff this particular candle out.