Posts made in November, 2013

TCK Research, Part 2

Posted by on Nov 20, 2013 in Blog | 1 comment

Our guest blogger for this series is Sheryl O’Bryan. Sheryl has been involved in TCK education since 1988, both as a classroom teacher in Bouake, Cote d’Ivoire, and for the past 10 years as TCK Coordinator for WorldVenture. In her down time, Sheryl likes to sleep in, hang out with TCKs, eat dark chocolate, drink coffee, collect new stamps in her passport, and blog, and doodle with zen tangles. She’s less fond of reading contracts and packing, which is what she’s been doing in most of her free time lately. This is part two of three in this series about how the...

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TCK Research, Part 1

Posted by on Nov 14, 2013 in Blog | 5 comments

Our guest blogger for the next three weeks is Sheryl O’Bryan. Sheryl has been involved in TCK education since 1988, both as a classroom teacher in Bouake, Cote d’Ivoire, and for the past 10 years as TCK Coordinator for WorldVenture. In her down time, Sheryl likes to sleep in, hang out with TCKs, eat dark chocolate, drink coffee, collect new stamps in her passport, and blog, and doodle with zen tangles. She’s less fond of reading contracts and packing, which is what she’s been doing in most of her free time lately. The innovations of the last fifty years transformed behavior...

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More on Technology: Apps

Posted by on Nov 6, 2013 in Blog | 3 comments

Kay Baker serves as an education consultant with SHARE Education Services and lives with her husband and son in Sweden. Kay leads PACE’s Education Planning for Families in Transition course and serves on the leadership team of PACE. When she’s not consulting with families, she sings with a local gospel choir and hosts dozens of visitors in her home each year. In the October 21 post, Ask Nancy: Exploring Tablets and Apps for Education, Nancy recommended thinking through categories of apps before you start looking…wise words indeed. Keep reading for apps that have helped me...

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