Think Goofus and Gallant are enough to teach today's kids the stuff that they need to make it in the real world? You're wrong. These days it's all about differentiation and having the proper toolkit in place to build your brain from the ground up.
So whether you're a parent, educator, or kid looking to understand Math & Science in terms that actually mean something to the average individual who is not mathematically endowed (guilty!), A Write to Learn is an innovative and dare I say, fun approach to learning for kids and adults of all ages.
The brainchild of Barbara Gottfried Hollander, a former Book Reviewer for The Jerusalem Post and Columnist for The New Jersey Jewish News, the destination site for educational consulting features creative exercises geared to teaching kids practical and relevant applications, such as how to wrap your head around Chinese currency in time for the upcoming Olympics, and even lends itself to curriculum developers looking for a little inspiration for their courses. A Write to Learn aims to involve teachers and kids (how novel, right?), by showcasing the writing talents of young adults and looking to involve them in making a difference for the future.
Maybe I woke up on the less cynical side of the bed today, but Hollander's world is one that makes me think that there might just be a brighter future in store.