Schooling Magazine

Study Russia? Paperblog Pick in Schooling

Study in Russia?

In 2013 some 250,000 foreign students will travel to Russia to study in one of 750 universities. While many will come from CIS countries, former Soviet Republics, many will come... Read more

Boatschooling, Part Finding Path Paperblog Pick in Schooling

Boatschooling, Part 1: Finding a Path

“Are you homeschooling your children?” It surprises me how often we are asked this question, given that we have been away from home for five years with kids who are smack in the... Read more


  • Popsicle Stick House

    Popsicle Stick House

    I love crafting with little popsicle sticks, and made a variation of my other house project I posted here. This one has a more vertical, paneled look instead... Read more

    The 09 July 2013 by   Kathybarbro
  • Why I Let Students Call Me Sir Even Though I'm a Woman

    Students Call Even Though Woman

    From Let's start this by getting something straight: I am a woman, always have been a woman, and always will be a woman. I haven't had a... Read more

    The 04 July 2013 by   Naturegirl321
  • Another Cubism Face

    Another Cubism Face

    There’s more than one way to draw a cubism portrait. And if you use bright Sharpie markers to make a face that has multiple points of view – you just might end... Read more

    The 06 July 2013 by   Kathybarbro
  • Van Gogh FREE Head Template

    Gogh FREE Head Template

    Vincent Van Gogh is famous for painting with a thick heavy texture. One way for students the appreciate all the visual movement this created is to imitate the... Read more

    The 26 July 2013 by   Kathybarbro
  • Asking Questions That Open the Possibility Door

    Asking Questions That Open Possibility Door

    Explore the learning potential and creative thinking benefits of shifting the way you ask your child questions. Good questions help children to think outside th... Read more

    The 31 July 2013 by   Maliasa
  • The Importance of Have Aims and Learning Objectives

    Importance Have Aims Learning Objectives

    From Whenever I've been observed I usually get criticised for not having any aims or learning objectives for my students. This is kind of correct. Read more

    The 05 July 2013 by   Naturegirl321
  • Dale's Cone of Experience

    Dale's Cone Experience

    From Learning styles teach us that everyone learns differently. Dale's Cone of Experience shows us how to help our students us... Read more

    The 11 July 2013 by   Naturegirl321
  • Cardboard Roll Stars

    Cardboard Roll Stars

    These gorgeous stars are easy and make a very effective garland for 4th of July Celebrations. You need some empty toilet rolls, glitter and glue. A glue stick... Read more

    The 01 July 2013 by   Sarahcraftylocks
  • Looking for Something in the Clouds

    Looking Something Clouds

    Imagine it is summer holiday – the whole family is lying on the grass, staring in the sky and familiar animals appear in the fluffy marshmallows. Cumulus... Read more

    The 08 July 2013 by   Maliasa
  • Get Real: Stop Hiding Behind the Mask Book Review!

    Real: Stop Hiding Behind Mask Book Review!

    "Who are you? This is not necessarily the same person that everyone else sees everyday. I am talking about the real you. The one you are when no one is watching... Read more

    The 03 July 2013 by   Upatdawn