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Education 

Supporting Student Personal Learning Networks

by Lisa Nielsen

Can cell phones help parents and educators build a stronger connection that will ultimately benefit students? Yes! Through cell phones, students, parents and teachers can better communicate with a myriad of free and low-cost resources that Nielsen and Webb list out in this helpful book. Built on the premise that the home-school connection is invaluable for students, readers learn exactly how digital tools can help, including text and voice programs, podcasts, Voki, and translation apps. Cell phones and the enhanced connections they provide can strongly benefit students and their individual learning.

Published: 15 September 2014 | 60 pages | Categories:

Supporting Student Personal Learning Networks

How to Opt Out (Not Drop Out) of School: A Guide for Teens for Self-Directed Education

by Lisa Nielsen

Welcome to the start of your taking control of your own learning and discovering your own path to pursuing your passions. Whether you take the traditional route or an alternative, it is important that you are aware of the options and are empowered to decide. This guide will give you the information and encouragement you need to consider what the best education option is for you and you alone. Some of the concepts may challenge what you already know and some may echo your current beliefs. Either way, it’s creating an education for yourself that helps you excel.

Published: 11 June 2016 | 102 pages | Categories:

How to Opt Out (Not Drop Out) of School: A Guide for Teens for Self-Directed Education

Fix the School, Not the Child

by Lisa Nielsen

“Fix the School, Not the Child” provides parents with 20 concrete actions they can take to advocate for the rights of their child in school today. It was inspired by the movie “Race to Nowhere”. The movie identified issues with schools, but ended with no solutions. “Fix the School, Not the Child” was written to provide parents with solutions they can pursue when schools are not meeting their children’s needs.

Published: 4 June 2016 | 44 pages | Categories:

Fix the School, Not the Child: 20 Ideas for Parents Who Want to Advocate for the Rights of their Child in School

Building a Strong Home-School Connection with Cell Phones

by Lisa Nielsen and Willyn Webb

Can cell phones help parents and educators build a stronger connection that will ultimately benefit students? Yes! Through cell phones, students, parents and teachers can better communicate with a myriad of free and low-cost resources that Nielsen and Webb list out in this helpful book. Built on the premise that the home-school connection is invaluable for students, readers learn exactly how digital tools can help, including text and voice programs, podcasts, Voki, and translation apps. Cell phones and the enhanced connections they provide can strongly benefit students and their individual learning.

Published: 4 June 2016 | 44 pages | Categories:

Building a Strong Home-School Connection with Cell Phones