The lost art of memorization

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/edutalk/2013/10/02/ed-author-sandy-warren-and-the-lost-art-of-memorization please listen in for today’s radio interview (click above) with Sandy Warren, Author of Times to Remember Hello friends and neighbors! Today we are taking about bringing memorization back into the classroom. It has been neglected for far too long, basically becoming a lost art. Now certainly we are not going to ask our students to stand in formation …

What Is Differentiated Learning?

written by Sandra Warren, MSEd;  a mother, an author, and an educator   Dear Parents , Grandparents , Teachers, and other visitors, In the  next couple of blog posts I will discuss differentiated learning and differentiated instruction. Knowelege of this topic is helpful for beginner teachers, a reminder for seasoned teachers, and educators in general. As well,  parents and grandparents …

How to Learn the Five Times Table Quickly

Dear Parents , Teachers, Grandparents and others, To help your child or students learn the 5 times tables quickly, the child should practice skip counting. You know, counting by fives. The child should clap and make up a rhythm/tune to go with it. Or have the child or class choose a  tune from a favorite song.  In addition to this, …

Raising Children with an Internet Community

Raising children has been the most challenging, yet most rewarding endeavor of my life. Raising a child with special needs has been both of these to the extreme. My daughter who is blessed with Asperger’s Syndrome (thats how she and I like to put it) has taught me more lessons that I have taught her. For example she taught me …