Ignoring the tagline, this post about Lauryn Hill by fellow artist Talib Kweli Greene speaks to the issue of artist appreciation. What do artists owe us?
Petula Devorak wrote this post in line with the free range kids movement. I understand and appreciate the fear that many parents have about stranger danger, but I think posts like this go a long way to realigning and putting those fears in check.
I’ve shared this post with a lot of friends recently, Mandi from Life Your Way wrote about What a Red Dye Sensitivity Means to her family, and I think it’s something worth considering. Maybe for your child it’s sugar, or gluten, or something as simple as a tropical fruit, but it is so often overlooked how a food intolerance can drastically affect behaviour.
I always look forward to Peter Gray’s articles in Psychology Today, and this piece about the psychological Danger of Back to School is no exception.
The NY Times published this thoughtful piece by Jordan Ellenberg about what it means to coach math rather than teach it.
Four Words: I’m Not Fancy… Parody.
In line with my recent post over at Christian Montessori Network about Getting On the Homeschool Path, Talitha Seibel exposed some misconceptions (and flawed arguments) about Homeschooling and Social Skills.
As a low-tech parent, knowing that Steve Jobs Was a Low-Tech Parent gives me a bit of confidence.
What links are you loving this week?
PS — the picture above was shared to Instagram last week — are you following me?