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Using Questioning Strategies to Teach

By Kimberly Vogel Good teaching involves many different approaches to presenting information. One of my favorite good teaching practices involves questioning strategies. Often overlooked, asking the right questions encourages the...





Pressing Through the Hard Places

By Kimberly Vogel When I think of hardship, I think of special-needs moms. Parenting is difficult, but parenting with special circumstances… that’s excruciating at times.  These words are for you....


Using a Light Table to Inspire Learning

  By Dawn Spence Whether your child may have Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder or any other issues that may create a learning delay, a light table can be a useful...


The Startup Academy Curriculum Partner

  The Startup Academy The Startup Academy gathers families around The Country to explore creativity, increase learning, and start businesses through a series of club experiences. Kids and families who...



Looking For Progress in All the Wrong Places

  By Jan Bedell, Ph.D., Master NeuroDevelopmentalist,SPED Homeschool Board Member, Curriculum Partner,  Consultant Partner, and Therapy Partner    Ah, progress. That entity that often fuels us as parents and homeschoolers but is often...