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Great Question

Mediation is the art of bringing the child’s mind to themselves and what they are doing. The last thing we actually want is for the ...
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Business books should be read by teachers

Find a teacher that is looking for solutions from far flung places. Real solution finders look beyond their world and their thinking. They get uncomfortable ...
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Long division…oh my hat…

So many kids battle with long division. (Other things they battle with are time, converting measurements, fractions and decimals – but we’ll get to that ...
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Gritty Industriousness?

All success takes industriousness – effort and hard work. 1) Set up goals that you value. 2) Figure out what effort is needed to achieve ...
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100 days …

You got to decide what you did with the last 100 days. The only condition was that you obey the laws. Which side of the ...
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Father’s Day, when he’s gone.

My children lost their father 4 months ago. Today is going to be difficult for them because reminders will be everywhere. In years to come ...
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Working, Mom?

Without the punctuation it is just a title. With the punctuation it screams at you, like a five-year-old in a foul mood. Turns out kids ...
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Hands up, own it.

I was labelled a procrastinator for most of my childhood. I thought it meant I wasn’t good enough. Now I know better. Procrastinator: I leave ...
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Land the Helicopter

I am reminded of the old joke… I just flew in from California, and boy, are my arms tired! It was first told in 1948. And it ...
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how we do school-at-home

OMATAS has a job to do. It must find a way, all the time, to build children’s self-esteem and cognitive skills. This year is no ...
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