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Articles tagged Progress

Is Doubt the Engine of Science?

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There is a growing trend in the modern era to view doubt as the core value of science. The narrative goes like this: science proceeds by taking everything we think we know and hold dear and doubting it; this doubt is what allows the progress of knowledge. Christopher...
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To Everything There Is a Season

If someone were to ask me, “What is the most important thing you would share with a parent who is considering home educating their special needs child?”, my answer would be summed up in one Scripture verse: To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose...
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Answering, "What Grade Are You In?"

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Recently, during my seven-year-old’s annual checkup at the pediatrician's office, the nurse was asking him to answer a list of prescribed questions prior to the doctor coming in. It went something like this: Nurse: "What's the name of your school?" My son: blank stare...
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Classical Education Is like Making a Cheesecake

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by Lisa
Friday, 13 September, 2013
categories: Homeschooling Life
I recently asked a group of young children at Foundations Orientation if they wanted to learn how to make cheesecake. Always ready for an adventure and primed to have snack time sooner rather than later, they enthusiastically agreed. “So, what do we need to get started...
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Late Bloomers

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by David
Tuesday, 10 May, 2011
categories: Classical Christian Education
At the end of my seventh grade year in public school, I was on the bubble for moving into the advanced math track, or staying with the average students. My mother was eager for me to move ahead with math and she intervened on my behalf. My math teacher’s recommendation...
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