Inspired #children #education #africa #ourcall

We  put our heads together to determine the best colours for the Sun. “It’s hot you will burn up.” He teases as he drops the hot red ball. “Now this circle is blue and cool to touch.” He holds the ball over his head. “There’s alot of water around Africa.” “Is it floating?” “Certainly not.”Continue reading “Inspired #children #education #africa #ourcall”

The Road #atozchallenge #poetry #children #uganda

Red dirt road to the village river claims it eve’s storm barely make it home no light for feet or tires prayer alone to guide us if I wax poetic I can look over my back road over- run with soldiers entire families gone children walk through blood red stain never removed I can lookContinue reading “The Road #atozchallenge #poetry #children #uganda”

Education #children #atozchallenge

    one class under a mango tree one hundred children, sheep and dogs puppets and white board magic children eager to learn will I ever speak your language? the child takes my hand “we already do” Sometimes we teach under trees other times in a building or porch. Children are always attentive and willingContinue reading “Education #children #atozchallenge”

My Friend Madison ( the special needs dilemma)

I have a friend his name is Madison. He is a seven year old boy. He has blond hair and blue eyes. Madison loves to play with Legos. He sleeps in a loft bed and has a bat cave under his bed. When he finishes breakfast on time, Madison gets to watch cartoons before school.Continue reading “My Friend Madison ( the special needs dilemma)”

Filling in the Bubble (A New Educational Standard)

I’m inspired by a conversation I recently had with a dean of a university (in the US.) He told me that children decide if they are college bound in the forth grade. Interestingly enough, that is the age I decided to go into health care and I started studying hard to become a straight “A”Continue reading “Filling in the Bubble (A New Educational Standard)”

Filling in the Bubble (The New Educational Standard)

I don’t usually merge my literary stuff with my editorializing but this one is too good to pass up. This is a reprint of an article I wrote.  Satirical in nature but too true. I’m inspired by a conversation I recently had with a former dean of a university.  He told me that children decideContinue reading “Filling in the Bubble (The New Educational Standard)”

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