In the ever increasingly challenging academic environment, one of the most important things that we can do is to make sure our children are receiving an excellent education.
There was a time in the not too distant past where a quality education meant attending a traditional brick and mortar institution.
As a parent educator, you have the freedom to weave your family's values, your educational goals, and your children's passions into the living journey of homeschooling.
This article is one of a series that talks about open education. Open Educational Resources (OERs) are becoming a global phenomenon.
Children's educational books offer numerous resources to teachers to incorporate balanced literacy into classrooms.
When it comes to home schooling, your role as the teacher is of utmost importance.
Home schooling has been around for quite some time now. The debate about it's overall effectiveness has been going on for just as long.
Special needs schools have changed the way we think about educating children with learning disabilities.
Distance education is oftentimes referred to as "Distance Learning" as well, and is simply defined as "a field of education focusing on the andragogy and pedagogy, instructional systems, and technology...
Online learning is fast becoming the number one choice for students (. . . ).