Tag Archives: Teaching

Frog Hollow Poetry Exhibit

The Seattle Frog Hollow class has the honor of having a poetry poster exhibit in the hallway gallery at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center, alongside the work of other artists in the community. It is up right now, and if anyone … Continue reading

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Guide to Tolt MacDonald Park

This is a guide to Tolt MacDonald Park, written by the 2017/18 Carnation Frog Hollow class. We went to the park weekly, and here are our recommendations about how to enjoy this special place, and maps explaining how to find … Continue reading

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5 Reasons to Teach Revision

As a writer, I can say that most of writing is actually revising. As a teacher, I can say that this idea isn’t how most children think about writing. As both a writer and a teacher, I want to argue … Continue reading

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8 Ways Homeschooling Creates Success

I can credit homeschooling — unschooling in particular — with developing many of the traits that support me being a successful adult, and I see the same things in other grown-up homeschoolers I know. Here are eight foundations for success that homeschooling … Continue reading

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