Author Archives: Aubrey

About Aubrey

Christian educationist having served in Title I and non Title I public schools, with experience in the often misunderstood fields of gifted education, RtI, and coaching. First hand experience homeschooling, virtual schooling, and alternative schooling too. Married mother of 3 in a blended family.

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A US educationist claims to have the answer to failing schools – and it lies in literacy “Our problem isn’t a lack of knowledge about how children learn, or what effective teaching methods are,” he says. “Our problem is a … Continue reading

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NEA Creative Writing Grant Creative writers who meet the publication requirements are eligible to apply. Applicants must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States. See “How to Prepare and Submit an Application”  for the documentation that is required … Continue reading

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The Educationist Will Write

Thinking of books I want to write: A recipe book(will it be real recipes for a healthy brain or a metaphoric tool for healthy being? … maybe both as my study of ontology continues…) Who knows what the title will … Continue reading

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50 Leaders Changing India Education These are the best and worst times for India’s community of educationists and educators, principals and teachers included. On the positive side, perhaps more than ever before in the history of the Indian subcontinent, public … Continue reading

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7 Best Brain Foods

Dr. Daniel Amen says what many nutritionists advocate for general health is good for optimizing brain function as well.

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What Can We Do?

Pay vs. Poverty A fourth grade teacher in NC says teacher pay is the easy way out when the real issue is poverty. Many believe that NC is pushing out its best educators. When I accepted a contract in NC … Continue reading

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