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Homeschoolers: How do you teach physics?

Cindy Bianucci | 05/13/2011

So, the word physics has entered your homeschool conversations as of late, and you’re a bit stumped as to what to do with it? Yes, you could ignore it, but that wouldn’t be in the best interest of your child. Your child is nearing an age where it may be an option, but does he/she need it? And if so, how will you teach it? How could you possibly? Will it consume your time? Read More...

Relevant Tags: homeschool, physics, teaching, algebra, physics concepts, trigonometry

Education in America: Homeschooling on the Rise

Donna Rees | 03/08/2011

The homeschooling movement continues to gain momentum as home-educated students and graduates demonstrate success academically and socially. Boasting an increase of 74% since 1999 and now in its fourth decade, the modern homeschooling movement is gaining followers at an astonishing rate. Homeschool, for the most part an unfamiliar term only thirty years ago when the movement began, has become a household word. U.S. educators from both public and private school arenas are very much aware of the movement and its impact, and today popular media frequently make mention of “homeschoolers,” from characters in CBS’s #1 show, NCIS, to homeschool g... Read More...

Relevant Tags: homeschool, education, home-educated, success, homeschooling, educators

Soldier’s Gold Mine
Nuggets to keep you informed

| 02/16/2011

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Handling your Office 2010 migration
Handling your Office 2010 migration

Deanna Reynolds | 02/16/2011

Microsoft Office 2010 is anticipated to have broad adoption in the upcoming year. Challenges include the need to minimize admin and IT support costs, fit the migration process into the workload of already-busy IT staff, and avoid impacting user productivity. With the right preparation and execution, you can simplify the process and ensure an ROI. Minimize admin workload and IT cost with careful planning Start by investigating your user requirements and monitor current Office utilization to determine which users are most active in each component. You can eliminate those who are not actively using an Office suite from the migration pro... Read More...

Relevant Tags: GSA/DOD, office, migration, training, support, users, increase user, office migration, user productivity, minimize admin, microsoft office

Norwich University offers diversity

BG Michael B. Kelley | 02/16/2011

Norwich University, located in Northfield, VT, is the birthplace of Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) and the nation’s oldest private military college. For almost 200 years we have been guided by a tradition of innovation. On our Northfield campus we educate a full range of students from traditional-aged to seasoned combat veterans to middle aged adults seeking new career opportunities. We created online programming to deliver graduate programs to mid-career professionals, many of whom complete their studies while serving active duty; professional certificate programs and one online bachelor’s completion program. Read More...

Relevant Tags: GSA/DOD, office, migration, training, support, users, increase user, office migration, user productivity, minimize admin, microsoft office

Why study the Bible?

Randall Bell | 02/16/2011

Among all literature available to mankind, the Bible is unique in many different ways. A comparatively small amount of literature from the ancient world survives and is available to us today. Given the technology of the ancient world, comparatively few copies of ancient manuscripts were created and most of what existed before the time of Christ was destroyed due to the ravages of wars and time. Despite the factors that limits what we know of the literature of the ancient world, the Bible has survived across the centuries and comes to us so robustly documented that we can be confident that it has been transmitted through the ages with an incr... Read More...

Relevant Tags: FAITH-BASED SCHOOLS, bible, god, ancient, study bible, ancient world, why study, from god, air force, instruction manual, teaches about

Liberty University honors service members

| 02/16/2011

In appreciation for the heroes who risk their lives to protect our freedoms, Liberty University celebrates Military Emphasis Week each year. The entire week is dedicated to honoring members of the United States Armed Forces. Read More...

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Enhancing Force Readiness with Online Driver Safety Training

William E. Van Tassel, Ph.D. | 02/16/2011

Upon the release of AAA’s new online Fleet Driver Safety Training program, the value of ongoing driver training, including computer-based training, is explored. Key considerations are discussed, toward achieving the desired goal: risk management to maximize force readiness. Read More...

Relevant Tags: SAFETY, driving, program, aaa, training, driver, drivers, van, tassel, driving safety, van tassel, commanders can, safety education, among young, driver improvement, training program, their soldiers, driver safety, safe driving

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