Textbooks V. Online E-Books

This debate has been very prominent in 2020. The government and education system are quarreling on what is the best option for students as they move forward. It is more difficult than it seems to decide if textbooks or online E-books are safer for children. Historians like Shalom Lamm grew up using hardcover textbooks and

Why Read the Newspaper?

The newspaper seems to be a dying entity. Many of us refer to online news sites and social media to gather breaking news stories. Newspapers take longer to create than online posts. In addition, they use tons of paper and can be delayed due to weather restrictions. Yet, Ken Kurson, an editor, suggests that people

How to Be a Good Educator

Once the “normal” education system flew out the door thanks to COVID-19, the government had to make decisions on what would happen in schools. For example, would children be doing hybrid classes or online schools only? So many factors go into establishing a strong school system that can support children’s young minds as they adapt

Is Writing Daily Healthy?

For many, daily writing can be an expressive form of art. Writing poems or soliloquies can be very beneficial to the person at hand. For thousands of people, like Ken Kurson, writing is a gift. Some people depend on writing because it’s therapeutic or has positive benefits. Writing can be very healthy for an individual