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What Curriculum Materials Are Needed?

August 25, 2017

To get the dramatic improvements like Robyn Ellis and her students achieved –results that are guaranteed by SOAR®, you need to have the right materials. The SOAR Learning & Soft Skills materials cost a small fraction of “core content” curriculum, yet they apply across the curriculum! Required components include: The SOAR Multi-Media Teacher’s Guide SOAR Student Workbook or Software App…

SOAR Ultimate Home Page – El Camino Real Charter High School

August 15, 2017

Welcome, Conquistadores IMPORTANT: Access to the materials are exclusive to the parents, teachers, and students of your school. The re-posting or sharing of this link constitutes a direct violation your school’s agreement with SOAR Learning Inc. and could result in legal prosecution.) Resources for Parents Homework Help eBook ($19.99 value, FREE to Conquistadore parents) The strategies…

The Brain Circuit: How the Brain Works

August 13, 2017

The Brain Circuit Video Transcription The brain has dozens of different sections. Each section does something different to help us move and process thoughts. Think of the brain like your digestive system… Your digestive system is made of many distinct organs. Each organ does something different. But, these organs work together to digest your food.…

Pulling It All Together: An Ideal School System

July 16, 2017

Ideal School System Matrix We’ve covered a lot of ground in this series on education reform; it can seem overwhelming! However, the chart below pulls all of the recommendations from the previous articles together into a coherent plan for building a human-friendly school system… Thanks for joining me on this journey through Education Reform: A Simple…

SOAR: The Four Principles of Optimal Instruction

July 9, 2017

Conclusion to Our Series – Education Reform: A Simple Blueprint for Human-Friendly Education The purpose of this series has been to highlight and fix the core problem with education in the United States… our utter disregard of human development. We heavily examined the brain biology of learning. We also examined the work of Dr. Montessori, which…

Looking Forward: Advice from a Futurist

June 28, 2017

Discussions about the future can be somewhat scary. What will the world be like with autonomous vehicles and artificially-intelligent robots running everything? However, Futurist Brian David Johnson shows us the undeniable role humans play in creating and designing their own future, and discusses how we can prepare future generations to be ready to create their…

The Simplest Leverage Points in Reading, Math, & Skills Instruction

June 22, 2017

In every core domain of learning (reading/math/skills), there is another core element of effective instruction that is so simple, it is often overlooked. However, we ignore these core elements at great expense to our budgets and the eternal frustration of our greatest asset… our students! To be clear, the Success Pyramid still applies. We must…

Common Core: Why It’s the Worst and BEST Thing to Happen to Education!

June 18, 2017

Very few things stir more controversy than the mention of Common Core.  There are numerous complains, but most seem to center on a few common themes: “Common Core doesn’t make sense.” “The math is killing our kids.” “Common Core doesn’t teach American History, Civics, or Government; our children will not have an understanding or appreciation…

Finland: A Political Model of Education Reform

June 11, 2017

Finland: Worldwide Leader in Education More than 30 years ago, Finland made dramatic changes to the political infrastructure of their school system. A generation later, they emerged at the top of the world in international assessments for managing “real-world” situations. They are one of the leading political models to investigate. Finland has created a system…

80/20 in Special Education: How Special Ed Can Create Big Gains With Minimal Effort!

June 10, 2017

Can You Relate…? You’re a special education teacher (or maybe you know one) sitting in a building-wide staff meeting.  In the meeting, the results of your state’s annual, standardized test scores were released.  The results are good, except for one segment of students that are not showing enough improvement and thus hurting the school’s overall…

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