Lisa Skinner goes into great detail about child development, nature vs. nurture, why these children were abandoned, and how difficult it was for these children to readjust to society. Many children didn’t readjust to society.
They discussed how important it is to know and share our family history, and to have our loved one’s voices recorded and placed in a safe digital platform! Daniel gave a great idea for people to record birthday messages that loved ones can…
Lisa Skinner sharing what the common triggers are that cause behavioral and personality changes in people with dementia which includes details on what to look for if a change in behavior occurs, as well as what some of the most challenging behaviors are.
The difference between charter schools and public schools, how education has changed over the years, charter schools are held to a higher level of their student’s progress and curriculum.
Betsy Wurzel discussed how Abraham Lincoln wasn’t keen on African Americans mixing in with US Society and a plan to send the freed slaves to the Caribbean which failed.
Betsy also discussed safety tips and some stranger danger tips that you should teach your children.
Claudia Wheeler discusses being a teacher, and how she started the non-profit SALT Foundation Inc. in 2017 which is a volunteer effort to provide food and supplies to food pantries, shelters, organizations, and churches. This volunteer effort rescues four tons of food weekly!…
“You will go to school with goddesses, chat with Zeus’s daughters, and fly around town with a magical umbrella”
The reader will see how Earl Dunham went from escaping the coal mines, an abusive father to discovering true love and having a loving family.
A million people died in the U.S. and learning loss hurt students. Ignoring these problems is NOT an option!