Kids today face challenges that their parents and grandparents could never imagine. There are no clear career paths for them, because the way we work and live is constantly changing and evolving. This has also created opportunities, and a lifestyle, that didn't exist a decade ago. Now, more than ever, kids can truly live their dreams. They can create
This month we travel through the lens of Emily Adamson all the way to New Zealand. In the course of her profession, she travels to some breathtaking scenes around Queenstown, and beyond, while working with many couples and individuals. She fuses hard technical skill and years of experience with her artistic eye and vision to capture truly wonderfilled moments.ShareThis
When I travel, I love to visit museums, architectural edifices (Gaudi), and archeological sites such as Petra. But popular restaurants at a destination are not high on my list of must-try travel experiences.ShareThis
It's that time of year again here in West Virginia, the time when the flora starts to sprout new life and the forest floors explode with color. Spring Time!
Homemade wooden kites, hot cross buns, fish cakes, and pink sandy beaches; these are the images called to mind when envisioning Good Friday celebrations on the island of Bermuda. A conservative island by nature, Good Friday traditions live on here. School children spend weeks constructing their kites; the more traditional, the better.ShareThis
One of the truisms in education, all around the world, is that educators will have students of differing abilities in their classroom. And it is often the most efficient use of a teacher’s time to teach to the lowest common denominator in order to reach everyone. I was an oft-neglected high-ability learner, bored with school, yet eager to learn as much as I could.