Education

BINGE LEARNING

I could easily say that, at my age, I don’t need to learn anything new. It would be untrue. To be alive requires we learn and change. I’m an immersion learner. If I’m interested in something, I read everything I can… Read More ›

PIANISSIMO

GROWING UP WITH A PIANO – STRIKE A CHORD My mother believed that children needed not just food and a roof over their heads. We also needed culture. Art. Sculpture. Literature. Dance. Music. Moreover, a properly brought up young lady… Read More ›

LOSING OUR LEGACY

Traditions, Rich Paschall, Sunday Night Blog A fiddler on the roof. Sounds crazy, no? The strength of many schools, churches and community organizations lies in its rituals and traditions.  They provide a constancy that is reassuring to students, members, alumni. … Read More ›

IT’S THE THEATER

A Hall of Fame Teacher There are a lot of dedicated teachers.  Many find a good school and stay with it for decades.  Most of us can recall a teacher like this.  The fortunate ones will encounter several as they… Read More ›

WHAT AM I MISSING?

Working backwards from Gen X, I must be Gen W. My parents were Gen V. With the turning of the earth, we Baby Boomers are now {trumpets and drumroll} the “Older Generation.” When did that happen? I’m not entirely sure how it became our job to “understand” younger… Read More ›