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Articles by author: Lisa Bailey

Soul of Science: Learn to Ask the Big Questions

Science, as a discipline, seems to possess a greater hold than all others on the modern mind. Much of popular culture has endowed science with the influence of the highest authority, deferring to the explanations, theories, and agenda of the scientific community....
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What I Teach When I Don't Get It

I loved teaching logic to my girls. I spent multiple years teaching logic as a Challenge B tutor and I mastered the subject (at least to some degree!). Revealing the patterns and intricacies of the subject was exhilarating for me, and I felt equal to most of the...
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The “Secret” to Time Management

Revisiting Some Archived Articles that Have Not Been Lost, but May Have Been Forgotten and Are Worth a Fresh Read Have you noticed how hard it is to teach something you do not really know yourself?! Many of us struggle with time management ourselves, so how can we hope...
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Taking It on the Road

Aren’t road trips wonderful?! They promise adventure, surprise, discoveries, and memories. The perfect road trip is a blend of planning and serendipity: enough foresight to keep the destination attainable, but enough spontaneity to capture the unexpected treasures...
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Studying Latin: the Benefit and the Beauty

Latin is alive and well at the college level, and Challenge III and IV will prepare your student to join the conversation. In fact, the conversation could turn out to be a lot more familiar than expected. A sophomore at an in-state liberal arts college, my daughter...
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