Project-Based Homeschooling: Making Stuff

So as of this week, the new homeschool year has started for our family. We ‘do school’ year-round, taking breaks as necessary, so the only real signals that the kids have gone up a grade is that their annual evaluations get mailed off and they move to a new math ... Read More »

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Why do we love to publicly shame personal choices?

On Friday I was listening to the morning show Johnny’s House on XL106.7. They have a segment called Sidetakers where two people call in to have their dispute settle by the audience and must agree to abide to the audience’s decision. This week Sidetakers featured two women, Sharon & Dawn, ... Read More »

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Protecting Our Troops on Social Media

Praying for our service men, women and their families. Protecting Our Troops on Social Media by William Jackson, M.Ed. Instructor with Edward Waters College Parent, Blogger, Educator, Speaker Recent threats by ISIS and other terrorists groups highlights the inherent dangers of posting content on Social Media platforms that others can ... Read More »

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Forget Netflix: 3 streaming services for horror lovers

The dawn of horror streaming services is upon us, and it’s not going to be found on Netflix. A variety of websites have been popping lately, challenging the aforementioned streaming services giant in regards to the theatrical realm of terror. This attack should come as no surprise; Netflix’s horror section is ... Read More »

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Chinese Travel Trends

I recently wrote about Cuba being a hot destination topic, but now it’s time to recognize the emerging importance of China to not only travel but also just about everything on this planet including the recent downward spiral of the numbers coming from Wall Street.  And while I’m not attempting to ... Read More »

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Readers Theater: Connecting to Literacy, Learning and Comprehension

Readers Theater: Connecting to Literacy, Learning and Comprehension Readers Theater: Connecting to Literacy, Learning and Comprehension by William Jackson, M.Ed. Readers Theater IT Manager Social Media Visionary The importance of literacy can be seen in the reading and comprehension scores of thousands of school age children across the nation in assessments, ... Read More »

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Susannah Randolph – A train wreck for Democrats?

**The opinions contained within guest posts are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of The Jason Henry Project.** A guest post by Nicole McLaren In her first prime time interview on Channel 13 this week, Susannah Randolph showed what many of us suspected for ... Read More »

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Parenting wars should just stop.

The debate of working moms vs. stay at home moms is an on-going saga. I get it. I am a working mom, I’m envious of parents that get to stay home with their kids, but to be clear.. I don’t want to be one. I’ve never had the desire to ... Read More »

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Edinburgh Festival’s part 1

  The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is the largest international arts festival in the entire world and I received the chance to attend,an opportunity I could not possibly pass up. This festival has been around since 1947 operating during the month of August which in 2014 brought in around 415,000 visitors ... Read More »

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