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Missing Piece in Puzzle

The Missing Piece
in Education

Children Learning

Benjamin Franklin's The Art of Virtue

Franklin's Philosophy of Life
in His Own Words

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The Missing Piece in Learning Theory

 

This web page will be focused on comparring several learning theories and exmining their usefulness in teaching children. Not every learning theory is equally helpful.

 

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1. Man different, academic and applied
2. Academic research by clinical, educational and developmental psychologists
3. 4 Applied

"If Ideas are the most powerful things in the world, then the most empwering thing in the world is to be able to distinguish a good Idea from a bad idea."

 

 

 

Every Bad Choice is Connected to a Bad Idea

If you are concerned choices your child is making or could make, We need to talk

The Missing Piece in Education is also missing in The Learning Theories of Multiple intelligences and Learning Styles

 

". . . .as the happiness or real good of man lies in right action and right action cannot be had without right opinion, it behooves us above all things in this world to take care that our opinions of things be according to the nature of things. The foundation of all virtue and happiness is thinking rightly."

The Missing Links in Public, Private and Homeschooling curriculums

 


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