Posts made in February, 2016

Key Points in Consulting with Multicultural Families, Part 1

Posted by on Feb 29, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Key Points in Consulting with Multicultural Families, Part 1

Our guest blogger this week is Dr. David Brooks, who is semi-retired, works regularly with Interaction International, and once or twice a year with SEND International. He has been a TCK education consultant for 21 years, and a teacher and administrator for 30 years. He has lived and served in Taiwan, Europe, and former Soviet countries in Europe, Asia, and Central Asia. In his free time, he enjoys watching Seattle sports, working outside with his yard, flowers, and maintenance, and fishing. He also enjoys reading on his Kindle. Multi-cultural families are everywhere in the modern expatriate...

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Getting Your Organization On Board With Education Planning

Posted by on Feb 22, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Getting Your Organization On Board With Education Planning

Today’s article is by Kay Baker, a member of PACE’s leadership team. Kay is responsible for all activities related to PACE’s “Education Planning for Families in Transition” course. Kay serves as an education consultant with SHARE Education Services and lives with her husband and son in Sweden. When she’s not consulting with families, she sings with a local gospel choir and hosts dozens of visitors in her home each year. Scenario: The Doe family is anxious to get to the field and get started in ministry. They want to arrive as quickly as possible. Their...

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Multiple Intelligences

Posted by on Feb 1, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Multiple Intelligences

Our guest blogger this week is Flossie Epley, who has served with TEAM for 35 years in Japan. This is a reprint from her CAJ blog. She calls reading “my number one interest,” but also enjoys talking walks in nature, gourmet cooking, and making digital photo albums. You can learn more about Flossie and her work here. Are you concerned that your child is not intelligent? Let me tell you about Danny. He struggled with schoolwork. His mom tried numerous ways to teach him to read and master basic math skills. He looked at a reading passage in his native tongue and sighed, “Even though I can read...

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