K-12 schools all over the country are facing the possibility of continuing remote learning this coming fall. Perhaps this is necessary in some parts of the country. But what will it mean for our students, their academic progress, and the way we think about K-12 education?
To help teachers and parents understand Singapore math, I've been writing about how although it can seem difficult at first, it's actually a common-sense approach to mathematics that really gets results. Before you read this post, take a look at an introduction to Singapore math here. One of the most recognizable parts of Singapore math… Continue reading How Bar Modeling Makes Word Problems Easy in Singapore Math
This week and next we're featuring a few simple things students can do to continue their classical education in each subject: literature, history, math, science, art, music, and PE. So, you're at home for the foreseeable future with your young math student. The textbooks are complicated, and on top of that you have responsibilities of… Continue reading Quick Tips for Classical Education at Home: Math
This week I'm writing about how the classical education world can respond to the news that our students won't be attending school for the next several weeks, and maybe even months! Of course classical homeschoolers know exactly how to respond, but what about teachers and students in charter and private classical schools? Jon Gregg is… Continue reading How to Take Classical Education Online
In just a few days our work at the Barney Charter School Initiative has changed dramatically. We had planned to visit our affiliated schools in Idaho and Texas, and to host a conference for school board members here on campus. But now we are turning our attention to helping the thousands of students, parents, and… Continue reading Classical Education Tips for First-Time Homeschooling Parents