Information About the Japanese Language

Lisa R. Parker

Japanese or Nihongo is the language of more than 130 million people in Japan as well as Japanese emigrant communities. It belongs to the Japonic family of language. Although there are several suggested connections with other languages, none of them have become unanimously accepted. There is a belief that the […]

Traditionally A College Feeling

It’s what we do to kick off the game; it’s what we do between quarters, at half time, on third down conversions, and when touchdowns are made; it’s what we do that makes us proud of our college and our team. It sets us apart from all others in our […]

Sex, Science and Survival

Lisa R. Parker

The idea that reality evolves through an infinite dance of fundamental atomic geometrical shapes with an ethical purpose, became the basis of science in 3rd Century BC Greece. Plato’s Academy called it the Science for ethical ends. The Epicurean University called it the Science of universal love. The movement of […]

Science Is Important In a Preschool

Lisa R. Parker

The “s” for “science” is left out in the pursuit of the “3 R’s” (e.g., “reading, writing, and ‘rithmetic”) as the foundation for an early childhood education curriculum. However, science is invaluable in education, especially in the daycare and preschool years. Science is more than just learning chemical equations and […]

A History Of Online Schools

Lisa R. Parker

Nursing students, when you’re pursuing that online LPN to RN degree or taking some online continuing education classes, have you ever stopped to think how far education has come since the development of the world wide web? Online degree programs are everywhere. We’ve started to take them for granted, and […]

Common Myths And The Facts Of Online Education

Lisa R. Parker

Although online education has been introduced for such as long time, there are still many misconceptions and myths about online education program. The myths if not cleared might affecting your decision if you are considering pursuing your degree online. Here are the facts for the common myths that you may […]

Practical Neuroscience Approach for Homeschooling Parents

Lisa R. Parker

Homeschooling parents undertake the monumental responsibility for facilitating their children’s education. Taking on the role of “teacher,” as opposed to being a “facilitator of learning,” is a potential deterrent to successful learning outcomes for parent and child, alike. The two greatest gifts a parent can bestow on their children are […]

Who Was Charles B Rosna?

Lisa R. Parker

In March of 1848, Kate and Margaret Fox were just children, about ten or twelve years old. They had recently moved into an old cottage with their parents near Hydesville, New York that had a mysterious history. Previous tenants had stayed only briefly, leaving due to strange sounds and occurrences […]