HOW TO START YOUR HOMESCHOOL WITH LEARNING IN MIND
Information Technology Director, by day. Writer and website builder at night. Mom, Wife, and homeschool teacher in between.
Technology has been a big part of our learning. We have been investing on online video learning through Abeka Academy. Our first step to instill independent learning is getting each … Continue reading Day 11: “Using Technology in our Learning”
Wanting to finish second grading period before the year ends (we started September) is my goal. Most homeschoolers would say, stick to your schedule. Mark your calendar with a pen, … Continue reading Day 10: “One Day at a Time”
Making an impact to our community, customers and the world is an integral part of the future of work. The need to be relevant, and make a difference in someone … Continue reading Making an Impact Doesn’t Start at Work, It Starts Here..
The future of work demands for automation. For some, it may sound scary as it might mean losing job, or being obsolete. For the few chosen ones, automation is like … Continue reading The Future of Work: Automation and Your Power to Connect
We have been travelling the corridor of I-81 between North Carolina and New Jersey countless times. We have made countless memories of several stops, and detours. Oddly, the brown sign … Continue reading Prelude: Blue Ridge Parkway – America’s FAVoRITE Drive
I have been into the IT Industry for 18 years! I started with raw html tags, then switched to C, then found Java. The Web Applications showed its face, and … Continue reading This iS WHY I Don’t TEACH MY KIDS To CoDE
After paying a sum of money to see Georgia’s Aquarium and World of Coca Cola in Atlanta, I was particularly looking for a park that we can visit. The Martin … Continue reading Martin Luther King, Jr NHS
The most interesting part about this National Military Park is that it comes with a trail and history of battle about independence. Names of Cornwallis (British) and Green (American) are … Continue reading Guilford Courthouse NMP
On our Day 9, we decided to join a camping trip with fellow homeschoolers that we haven’t met. It was a 3 days/2 night trip but we forego of the … Continue reading Day 9: “The Blessing of Homeschooling”
Our 4-year old keep coming back to our front window. Using her two small hands she keeps putting her window like she puts a hand print on it over and … Continue reading Day 8: “The Ring”
We were on our 7th day. My 5th grader, fresh from her “punishment”, is the most attentive student I ever had. We are tackling verb phrases on sentences such as … Continue reading Day 7: “Up Close and Personal with Verbs”