Posts Tagged "spelling"

Increasing the Spelling Power of MKs

Posted by on May 30, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Increasing the Spelling Power of MKs

We are so happy to welcome Jayne Cuidon as our guest blogger! Jayne, with her husband Scott, have served in Croatia for more than 23 years. Jayne earned her Doctorate in Education from Liberty University, with a special focus on Third Culture Children. She holds a Masters from the University of Alabama in Special Education and often helps  families struggling with special needs. Together Jayne and Scott have counseled couples and families for more than 20 years. Currently they serve as directors for the Barnabas Zentrum РEurope. Scott and Jayne are parents to six MKs, ranging in age...

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Spelling Challenges Unique to TCKs in National School

Posted by on Jan 24, 2013 in Blog | 5 comments

We’re quickly approaching the time of year in which parents are thinking ahead to the next school year. For the parents we serve, this may mean again considering several different options for educating their children: home schooling, international schools, or national schools. A recent article on the blog Education Cafe concerned evaluating the national school option. Usually, the issues related to national schooling have to do with linguistics: speaking, understanding, writing, and reading. Education consultants are often asked about difficulties with spelling when children are in...

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