Posts made in March, 2014

Ask an Expert: Writing Composition – SATs and College/University Applications

Posted by on Mar 26, 2014 in Blog | 1 comment

Our guest blogger for the second week is Diana Thomas, who has taught at The Potter’s School since 2002 and has written the curriculum for Writer’s Workshop, English 2, and Poetry Through Lyrics courses. She also teaches their English 3 Literature Survey and Advanced Composition courses. Diana serves as associate staff at SHARE, and has been consulting with schools in Europe and Asia about their writing programs as well as training national staff to raise writing standards and practices. Diana and her husband Lyle reside in St. Petersburg, Russia, where they are on staff with...

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Ask an Expert: Writing Composition

Posted by on Mar 19, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Our guest blogger for the next two weeks is Diana Thomas, who has taught at The Potter’s School since 2002 and has written the curriculum for Writer’s Workshop, English 2, and Poetry Through Lyrics courses. She also teaches their English 3 Literature Survey and Advanced Composition courses. Diana serves as associate staff at SHARE, and has been consulting with schools in Europe and Asia about their writing programs as well as training national staff to raise writing standards and practices. Diana and her husband Lyle reside in St. Petersburg, Russia, where they are on staff with...

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Issues in Consulting With Families who are Homeschooling, Part 2

Posted by on Mar 12, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Our blog this week features part one of an interview conducted with two highly experienced education consultants, Nancy Elwood and Jean K. Nancy is the co-founder of PACE, and is the executive director of SHARE, where she leads a staff of education consultants serving throughout Europe and Eurasia. Jean is an experienced homeschooler, SHARE staff member, and has consulted with families serving overseas globally. In what area(s) do homeschooling families on the field most need encouragement or affirmation? Nancy: Because there is little opportunity to compare children to others of similar...

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Issues in Consulting With Families who are Homeschooling, Part 1

Posted by on Mar 5, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Our blog this week features part one of an interview conducted with two highly experienced education consultants, Nancy Elwood and Jean K. Nancy is the co-founder of PACE, and is the executive director of SHARE, where she leads a staff of education consultants serving throughout Europe and Eurasia. Jean is an experienced homeschooler, SHARE staff member, and has consulted with families serving overseas globally. When you listen to a mother who has come to you for advice regarding homeschooling, what are the first things you try to get a handle on? Nancy: There are many things that I am...

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