Today marks Day 1 of my Debate Class at High Country Home Educators in Colorado Springs. This is the first time I have taught a debate class without considering competition, sort of a new thing for me.
I start teaching in less than two weeks in Colorado Springs. The class is a new idea in academic forensics: noncompetitive debate. I plan to blog through the 12-week course, and you may be more interested in this than you think.
We packaged and shipped 381 orders this week. All over the country, mail carriers are busy getting these out to you. Let me explain how you can still get your order in, plus how you can track your order all the way to your doorstep.
I am intricately involved with the publishing of seven “sourcebooks” for homeschool speakers and debaters. For families just starting out, these hefty books can be somewhat daunting. But they are so necessary.
Done! All seven sourcebooks have been written, proofed and are now printing for shipping. I cannot wait to get these in the hands of speakers and debaters.
The rains this year has brought the Colorado Front Range alive. I hiked this morning on the Spruce Mountain Trail and took pictures of these beautiful flowers with my iPhone.
Like no other podcasts since its inception, Episodes 43-45 set competitors up for the year of competition. Let me explain why, and better yet, why you will want to subscribe to its email reminders.
August 1 is the big release date for Monument Publishing’s seven sourcebooks. These are my company’s bestselling sourcebooks with champion speakers, debaters and coaches working rigorously this summer to bring together the best content available for NCFCA and Stoa competitors nationwide.
I believe we have a dominant design for modern education. I’m a home school dad, but my roots are in public education (my undergraduate work is in secondary English education). But the lines have blurred quite a bit in today’s educational market. Home education, charter education, private education, online education, and public education all are trying to embrace the best educational model for growing kids.