Category Archives: Schooling

SSSSSCCCCHHHOOL rocks (and uuuggghhs too)

Like dragon’s breath, my smoky exhalation floats up into the pale white sky. The crispy morning and the frost on the grass reminds me it’s almost winter. Sulfege rises into the morning as a tap my foot and conduct at … Continue reading

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Justin’s Success Speech

At Lane Community College in Eugene Oregon, I gave a speech about how I learned to read and write. There where about 30 people in the room. Although I stuttered and tripped over my words, this is still my favorite … Continue reading

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Endurance Training for Marathons

The research on marathon training is very interesting and informative. Three main aspects are running form, training schedule and diet.

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CollegeBoard ignores Israel but not Gaza

Today was the last day for overseas students to register for the May 3 SAT exam – No problem, so I thought. I went to the CollegeBoard website, knowing that the Anglican International School of Jerusalem is an official and … Continue reading

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Water Cycle Demo

Who said home schooling was boring? Not these kids!!

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Jonah Don’t Go

The following is a paper I wrote for my Advanced Composition class. Out of reflex Jonah Nova gripped the worn gray armrests as the air plane dipped. This brief turbulence made the bitter orange juice in his glass quiver. As … Continue reading

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Loving the Linux Lab

The following is a paper I wrote for my Advanced Composition class. In the schools of wealthy first world countries teachers usually implement expensive computer labs for the furtherance of technological education. Low budget schools in third world countries rarely … Continue reading

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Goodbye ECA!

Hey all, As you might have known, next year we will not be attending ECA. Instead we will be homeschooling up north. Asturias is beautiful. The beach is an hour away. If all works out, we’ll be renting a small … Continue reading

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