Category Archive: Books

Dec 31

Book Review: Born to Learn without Schooling

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BecauseĀ of my passion and interest in creative education techniques, I was asked to read and post a book review on Born to Learn: How Children Learn Without Schooling by Kytka Hilmar-Jezak. The author is very passionate about how children learn and showing creative teaching and learning methods. Her book gives a good description of how …

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Sep 27

Love Letters from God book review

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Are you looking for a short devotional book? This book presents Bible stories in easy-to-read formats with Scripture references. Each story is followed by a Love Letter from God to apply the Biblical story to modern daily living. At the end of the book, there is a space to include a letter to God to …

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May 13

A Superintendent Case Study: To Collaborate or Not to Collaborate?

Synopsis of the Case Study Mr. McIntyre was hired as superintendent of schools because of his strong educational background and experience. The search team was impressed with his confidence and abilities; however, they were discouraged by his lack of community involvement and eagerness to reach out to community members and organizations. The search team began …

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Feb 25

The Power Bible Review

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If you are looking for a way to get children interested in reading and the Bible, the Power Bible is a different choice for them. This Bible story book is written like a comic book with colorful pictures and images. The chapters are divided into sections to cover individual Bible stories. There are creative characters …

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Jan 30

This is Not my Hat video book reading

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This is Not my Hat by Jon Klassen is a new Caldecott Award book for young preschool students. The pictures on each page are big and colorful, yet simple. This is a good book for preschool lessons on fish and under the sea themes. This book can be incorporated into lessons on the letter Hh …

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Jan 21

Groundhog Day video book reading

Groundhog Day, written by Gail Gibbons, is a great book for preschool students to explain why we celebrate Groundhog Day every year on February 2. This book explains the tradition of the day and gives a description of the groundhog as an animal. Click on the video link to listen and read along to the …

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