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How Do I Get Ready for Next Year?

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Spring is in full bloom; April is quickly becoming history and May is soon to be upon us. Many Foundations programs are complete and for Challenge students the end is near. But… As we breathe a well-earned sigh of relief, we must face the facts—the glorious facts—that...
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Sanctification through Testing

It’s testing season! In the thoughtful article below, Kate Deddens discusses the spiritual reasons to practice standardized testing with your kids. To register for onsite testing near you or online testing, please use these links: Online Testing Upcoming On-Site...
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Transforming the “Cram”—“Test”—“Dump” Model

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When you set out to learn something new, it can be encouraging to realize that it is akin to something you have already mastered. There is something comforting about, say, beginning a new, complex recipe for éclair cake with chocolate ganache and finding at its core...
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The Essential Ingredients of Education: Student, Teacher, and a Log?

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Revisiting Some Archived Articles that Have Not Been Lost, but May Have Been Forgotten and Are Worth a Fresh Read Original Post Date: July 10, 2011 It has been quoted that all that is needed for education is a student, a teacher, and a log on which to sit. This is a...
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How to Assess Your Student's Latin Work

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I hope that everyone is off to a good start to the school year. I am excited to work with my full Challenge III class this year. I am also excited to formally start Latin (besides the Classical Conversations’ memory work) with my fourth grade daughter. Here are my tips...
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