So your child says he hates to write. What’s a homeschool mama to do? Believe me, I feel your pain. Teaching writing classes for thirty years, I’m no stranger to kids who dread writing. With experience, though, I found some strategies that work. I love the challenge of convincing reluctant writers that they have something…
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Around this time each year, the students in my Psychology Class study the concept of motivation – why we do what we do. We explore the motivations behind hunger, thirst, achievement and one of my personal favorites, the need to affiliate. The word ‘affiliation’ is not one that we use often, so let me explain…
Bonnie Gonzalez current course offering One of the experiences I distinctly remember from grade school were the days we got tests back. As the teacher walked slowly around the room, we all tried to catch a glimpse of her face as she carefully put the tests face down on our desks. Fear of failure was…