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    What is mental math and why should we study

     

    What is Mental Math? Lot of you out there are trying to find an answer to this question. Well, answer is quite simple, mental math is nothing but simple calculations done in your head, that is, mentally. So now you are wondering – well, what is such a big deal, I can easily calculate 10 + 5 and 95 + 100, my 10 year old child can easily calculate 80 + 20. These are some simple calculations. But often in our day to day life, neither we come across such easy calculations nor will your children in future. Rather we come across a bit tougher calculations. Let me draw your attention to your visit to a restaurant. Have you ever wondered, jeez, how much is 15% of that or 18% of that. Have you been to a grocery store and wondered – how much tax was charged to you? These are the kind of simple calculations I am talking about and not just 95 + 100. So now you got the gist as to what to expect in this article? So before I show you some techniques, let me explain you why mental math is catching so much steam these days. First, let me tell you some of the long term benefits of learning mental math at early child age. Learning mental math at early age can help boost your child’s confidence when it comes to mathematics, develop mental calculation abilities, provide a sense of achievement as the child's proficiency improves, lead to greater mental capacity, promote intuitive thinking, enhance problem-solving capability, enhance creativity and last but not least, improve concentration and mental endurance. Read what past president of National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) has to say about mental math: “the time has come to invest in helping students build the mental math skills in their tool kits as part of their comprehensive mathematical understanding. The payoff for this investment can be tremendous both in improving students’ mathematical abilities and in giving a visible sign that we are committed to preparing students with the kind of mathematical proficiency that the public can readily appreciate.” We all have had our share of difficulties understanding and learning math in the past. And the same difficulties face to our children. Let me tell you that yes math is difficult and boring if the numbers and the relation between these numbers are not understood well. Today, most of our public schools teach us mental math in some form or the other and I can guarantee you, more then ninty five percent of the time it will be the most adverse and boring technique of rote memorization. So what is the alternative? Alternative is what asian students have been learning for decades now. There are two different systems in Asia that can help you conquer and master math. You and/or your child can calculate 1478 + 3456 + 98 – 29 in less then 5 seconds and that too without any help external modern day electronic gadgets such as calculator. One system is the Abacus mental math method which has it’s origins in east Asia and another system is the Vedic mental math method which has it’s origins in south Asia.

         
    What is our day like our typical homeschooling day

     

    When we tell people we homeschool, one of the first questions I am asked is, "What is your day like?" The following is a typical day: I get up early, about 7:00 or 7:30 to have some quiet time, read the newspaper, and have coffee. When Aaron gets up, about 7:45 or 8:00, we all have breakfast together, Mom, Dad, and Son. The "school day" begins after we clean up the dishes and walk the dog. I don't really like to call it the "school day" because it is actually a "life day", how we spend our life. We spend about one hour first thing doing Bible verse and Bible. Aaron reads the verse chosen for the day and reviews the verses from the previous days. He doesn't have to say them word for word, paraphrasing is ok. Then we read from where ever we left off in the Bible. I am using the suggested weekly Bible reading schedule from What Your Child Needs to Know When by Robin Sampson. Then, he writes the Bible verse to practice his copywork. He then can draw a picture from the story, write something in his own words, or any other additional appropriate activity. If we do nothing else all day, the Bible lesson is the most important. The lesson incorporates reading, listening, penmanship, spelling, vocabulary, and sometimes even math. Did you know "a beka" is a unit of measure equal to .02 oz.? Next, we practice our logic using Building Thinking Skills Student Edition; Plus Instruction and Answer Guide - Level 3 Verbal - Two Book Set by Sandra Parks and Howard Black. This workbook is practice of critical thinking skills for reading, writing, math, and science. I did have to purchase the Instruction and Answer Guide as well as the Student Guide. We usually do one or two pages depending on the exercise. Next comes reading. We chose the Original McGuffey's Eclectic School Series. Based on Aaron's reading level, we chose The Original McGuffey's Eclectic Third Reader (Eclectic school series.) It is great. In another post, I'll go into detail about why it is so amazing. Reading is again another hour. Of course we can take a snack break in between. Math is next. We are using the Saxon Math 7/6: Homeschool Edition. Again, more detail will follow about the Saxon Math series. We use the direction in the student guide and I also incorporate flash cards, addition, multiplication, subtraction, and division, also, time and money, into the warm up. We go through the new material together, then I fix lunch while Aaron works on the Lesson Practice. We have lunch and then he can finish his work on his own, with a little help when he needs it. After lunch it is time for a walk to clear our heads and then finishing up any extra projects such as history reading, or timeline, or free reading. We are usually finished by 2:00 or 2:30. I will go into detail about the math, reading, spelling, logic, and history lessons later. Also, physical activities and field trips are included in the plan. We have great days working and playing together.

         
    What is solar power your questions answered

     

    Basically, solar power is energy that is actually harnessed from the sun. Although the sun is millions of miles away from earth, if we had the ability to harness all the energy coming from the sun, there is more than enough power there to provide all the energy we need for the entire earth. In fact, there is enough energy to provide plenty of energy for 10,000 earths. While you can use solar power for a variety of appliances and other items, you have to realize that this is different than using this power to produce heat. There are two different principles that are used with solar power. If you want to produce hot air or hot fluids, then solar thermal principles are used. However, if you want to product electricity, photovoltaic principles are used instead. If you want to produce solar power, there are four components that are needed, including a battery, a charge controller, a solar panel, and an inverter. It is the solar panels that actually get the radiation from the sun and use it to charge up the battery. Then, the charge regulator actually makes sure that the battery charges as it should. Of course, probably the most important pieces of equipment are going to be the solar panels and usually they output energy in watts. These panels can be wired in a variety of ways, although usually parallel or series wiring is done to either increase the amperage or the voltage. So, are there benefits to using solar power? Yes! There are a variety of amazing benefits to using solar power. In fact, many people all over the world are already using this type of energy to supply their electricity. Some of the benefits are as follows: - Creation of new hi-tech jobs - Protection of the environment - Solar power is abundant, free and renewable - Fuel supply is diverse - Rapid and cheap deployment As long as the sun is hanging there in the sky, we will be able to have the energy that solar power produces. In fact, there is so much energy there, more than 10,000 times the amount of energy we need is available. You should learn as much as possible about solar power so that you will know about the great benefits offered and how your life will change for the better if you decide to go with solar power instead of using other energy sources. CONCLUSION Whether you have a business or a home, you’ll find that solar power can offer many advantages for both. Solar power is one of several alternative fuel energy sources that is cheap and renewable. From a business perspective this can add to the bottom line tremendously. From the home perspective using this can cut down on expenses. Since solar power is friendly to the environment, you will not have to worry about toxins or pollutants from this type of energy and you won’t have to worry about the issue of global warming either.

         
    What is the purpose of a bridesmaids gift

     

    Your dream finally came true…along came Mr. Right and now you are engaged! Not only are your girlfriends excited about your engagement, but also they are happy to be a part of our wedding day. Being invited to serve as a bridesmaid is both flattering and rewarding. It is flattering in the fact that the bride considers her bridesmaids to be her closest friends. It is rewarding in that the bride shares special bridesmaids gifts to show her appreciation. Knowing that you are appreciated is very gratifying. The unique quality in friendship is that friends help each other out of love. True friends do not expect anything in return when they perform a kind gesture for the other. If friends are supposed to help friends, why should the bride feel obligated to give bridesmaids gifts to her attendants? The answer to this question is simple. Bridesmaids are given several tasks to help minimize the bride’s stress. In doing so, the bride is very appreciative. It is not an obligation for the bride to show her appreciation it is her choice. Being a bridesmaid is not easy. Not only is it time consuming, but it is also a financial burden. Giving her attendants a bridesmaids gift is a small price for the bride to pay in comparison to the hard work performed by bridesmaids. Friends should never take each other for granted. Whenever someone does a kind gesture for another, there is always room to show a little appreciation. Whether you voice it, write it down, or purchase a gift, saying “thank you” is always appropriate. On average, couples spend approximately 2% of their wedding budget on attendants’ gifts. Ironically, the attendants perform more than 50% of the work that is invested in planning the wedding. This is why friends are such wonderful people. They are willing to invest more than they will get back. Brides are fully aware of the fact that a $25.00 bridesmaids gift cannot compare to the tremendous amount of time and money spent by her bridesmaids. However, the sentiment behind the gift is priceless. Gifts are simply an expression of the appreciation that a giver has for the recipient. Because bridesmaids do such a wonderful job to assist the bride, it is often difficult to decide what to give them. One thing to keep in mind is that true friends are not difficult to please. The best bridesmaids gifts are those that are affordable, unique, and practical. A popular choice among brides is bridal jewelry. The wonderful quality that bridal jewelry has is that it has a multipurpose. Not only can it be worn on the wedding day, but it can be worn for other occasions as well. Bridesmaids are special people who deserve special gifts.

         
    What is the value of homework

     

    Assigning homework serves various educational needs. It serves as an intellectual discipline, establishes study habits, eases time constraints on the amount of curricular material that can be covered in class, and supplements and reinforces work done in school. In addition, it fosters student initiative, independence, and responsibility and brings home and school closer together. Homework is the time students spend outside the classroom in assigned activities to practice, reinforce or apply newly-acquired skills and knowledge and to learn necessary skills of independent study. Practice assignments reinforce newly acquired skills.(Doyle, M. and B. Barber ). For example, students who have just learned a new method of solving a mathematical problem should be given sample problems to complete on their own. Preparation assignments help students get ready for activities that will occur in the classroom. Students may, for example, be required to do background research on a topic to be discussed later in class. Extension assignments are frequently long-term continuing projects that parallel classwork. Students must apply previous learning to complete these assignments, which include science fair projects and term papers. Like mowing the lawn or taking out the garbage, homework seems to be a fact of life. Families play a vital role in educating children. What families do is more important to student success than whether they are rich or poor, whether parents have finished high school or not, or whether children are in elementary, junior high, or high school. Every school will promote partnerships that will increase parental involvement and participation in promoting the social, emotional, and academic growth of children. But the value of homework extends beyond school. We know that good assignments, completed successfully, can help children develop wholesome habits and attitudes. Homework can help parents learn about their children's education and communicate both with their children and the schools. And it can encourage a lifelong love of learning. Research in the last decade has begun to focus on the relationship between homework and student achievement and has greatly strengthened the case for homework. Although there are mixed findings about whether homework actually increases students' academic achievement, many teachers and parents agree that homework develops students' initiative and responsibility and fulfills the expectations of students, parents, and the public. Studies generally have found homework assignments to be most helpful if they are carefully planned by the teachers and have direct meaning to students. In addition to helping with homework, there are many other important ways that parents can help their children learn. Parents can encourage children to spend more leisure time reading than watching television. They can talk with their children and communicate positive behaviors, values, and character traits. They can keep in touch with the school. And they can express high expectations for children and encourage their efforts to achieve. Homework is an opportunity for students to learn and for parents to be involved in their children's education. A parent's interest can spark enthusiasm in a child and help teach the most important lesson of all--that learning can be fun and is well worth the effort. Teachers assign homework for many reasons. Homework can help children: • review and practice what they've learned; • get ready for the next day's class; • learn to use resources, such as libraries, reference materials, and encyclopedias; and • explore subjects more fully than time permits in the classroom. Homework can also help children develop good habits and attitudes. It can teach children to work independently; encourage self-discipline and responsibility (assignments provide some youngsters with their first chance to manage time and meet deadlines); and encourage a love of learning. Homework can also bring parents and educators closer together. Parents who supervise homework and work with their children on assignments learn about their children's education and about the school. Homework is meant to be a positive experience and to encourage children to learn. Assignments should not be used as punishment. Teachers assign homework for many different reasons, and students may not always endorse - or even understand - their teachers' goals. However, the fact that students don't always understand or agree with us doesn't give us the luxury of ignoring their views. Several factors argue against dismissing their complaints. For one thing, all of us act based on our own perceptions of the world, not on the perceptions of others. Adults often refuse to follow the advice of doctors to lose weight if they are not convinced losing weight is as important as the doctor thinks it is. Simply telling students they have to do homework because it's important is never going to be effective if we can't convincingly counter their complaints that it's not. For another, the reasons teachers give for assigning homework often match up badly with the specific assignments they make, another case of "talking the talk" without "walking the walk." For example, assigning homework to increase student mastery of the subject isn't going to work if the assignments are simply repetitions of skills a student has already mastered. Moreover, reasons that go beyond academic achievement, such as teaching students to work without supervision, are suspect in any event. In an exhaustive review of research on homework, Harris Cooper found that "no study has examined whether noninstructional purposes (e. g., creating parent awareness, punishment) have their intended effects" and concludes that "most problematic [in the research on homework] is the number Of homework outcomes that remain unresearched . Implied questions about policy are important ones: Who decides what kind of out-of-school student habits and child-parent interaction should be promoted? And why should the school be doing such promotion? And how do we know that homework is a good tool for noninstructional goals, anyway? Some policymakers are, in fact, beginning to listen to student voices. As a result, they are beginning to ask questions about factors such as how much free time students actually have. In California, for example, a school board member in the Cabrillo school district made national headlines when he proposed banning homework entirely. What to do about homework remains unclear, although this research implies that overnight assignments may not be the ideal norm and that all assignments ought. to be thoughtfully designed and clearly valued by the teacher. What is clear is that we should stop thoughtlessly assigning homework out of habit, assuming that students can and will do it, assuming that something good will come out of it, no matter what we assign. Too much harm - rebellious or indifferent students, angry parents and teachers - results when students refuse to do as they're told. Or, docile obedience breeds an expensive form of cynicism among students who do "play the game" knowing that the point is not learning, but earning the teacher's good opinion and good grades. It's time to stop dismissing students' criticisms as irrelevant excuses for laziness, to ask ourselves if we deserve their criticism, and to start thinking critically about exactly what we assign, under what conditions, and why. Homework helps children do better in school when assignments are meaningful, are completed successfully, and are returned with constructive comments from the teacher. An assignment should have a specific purpose, come with clear instructions, be fairly well matched to a student's abilities, and designed to help develop a student's knowledge and skills. In the early elementary grades, homework can help children develop the habits and attitudes described earlier. From fourth through sixth grades, small amounts of homework, gradually increased each year, may support improved academic achievement. In seventh grade and beyond, students who complete more homework score better on standardized tests and earn better grades, on the average, than students who do less homework. The difference in test scores and grades between students who do more homework and those who do less increases as children move up through the grades. (Easton, J. and A. Bennett) What's the Right Amount of Homework? According to some researchers, two ways to increase students' opportunities to learn are to increase the amount of time that students have to learn and to expand the amount of content they receive. Homework assignments may foster both these goals. Reforms in education have called for increased homework, and as a result, reports show that students are completing considerably more homework than they did a decade ago. According to statements by the National PTA and the National Education Association (NEA), the following amounts of homework are recommended: • From kindergarten to third grade, no more than 20 minutes per day. • From fourth to sixth grade, 20 to 40 minutes per day. • From seventh to twelfth grade, the recommended amount of time varies according to the type and number of subjects a student is taking. In general, college-bound students receive lengthier and more involved homework than students preparing to enter the workforce immediately after graduation. Children need to know that their parents and adults close to them think homework is important. If they know their parents care, children have a good reason to complete assignments and turn them in on time. There is a lot that you can do to show that you value education and homework. Homework can bring together children, parents, and teachers in a common effort to improve student learning. Helping your child with homework is an opportunity to improve your child's chances of doing well in school and life. By helping your child with homework, you can help him learn important lessons about discipline and responsibility. You can open up lines of communication--between you and your child, and you and the school. You are in a unique position to help your child make connections between school work and the "real world," and thereby bring meaning (and some fun) to your child's homework experience.(Paaletin) Bibliography: • Doyle, M. and B. Barber (1990). Homework As a Learning Experience. What Research Says to the Teacher, 3rd ed. Washington, DC: National Education Association. 319 492. • Easton, J. and A. Bennett (1990). "Achievement Effects of Homework in Sixth Grade Classrooms." Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. 320 675. • Murphy, J. and K. Decker (May-June 1989). "Teachers' Use of Homework in High Schools." Journal of Educational Research, 82 (5), 261-269. • Murphy, J. and K. Decker (February 1990). "Homework Use at the High School Level: Implications for Principals." NASSP Bulletin, 74 (523), 40-43. • Paaletin, 72 (507), 14-17. • Rutherford, W. (1989). "Secondary School Homework Practices: Uses and Misuses." Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association.

         
    What makes a hero

     

    Interview With Sharif Khan Interview by Ralph Zuranski What is your definition of heroism? It stems from the original word ‘hero’ which comes from the Greek roots servos and heros, which means to serve and protect. So self-sacrifice for the higher good and betterment of humanity is at the heart of being a hero. And what that implies is that the seeds of greatness lie within us all because we all have that innate capacity to serve. Martin Luther King said it best: “Everyone can be great, because anyone can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t even have to make your subject and verb agree to serve…You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.” Did you ever create a secret hero in your mind that helped you deal with life’s difficulties? Very interesting question. I have a Council of Light or imaginary team of heroes if you will. I got the concept from Napoleon Hill’s book, Think and Grow Rich, where he talks about creating a team of heroes in your mind, where you go deep within your mind and choose your greatest heroes to sit on your round table and council you. I actually go to a secret place in my mind in meditation where I have a council of these people. Some include greats like Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela, Gandhi, Sinatra, Jodie foster, Oprah, Einstein, and an eclectic mix that changes from time to time. I actually talk to them in my dreams and imagination and they give me answers encouragement and advice. It may sound strange, but that’s how I’ve developed my own ‘wisdom council’ if you will. What were or are the qualities and attributes of your secret heroes? They had a dream, they were determined, and knew exactly what they wanted and they had a larger than life vision. They went out there with courage and did what they wanted to do and didn’t take “no” from anybody and were able to accomplish their dreams; and so I look up to these role models knowing if they can do it, I can do it. What principles are you willing to sacrifice your life for? FREEDOM! Freedom is worth sacrificing my life for. Freedom to live our dreams, freedom to imagine, to hope and prosper from doing what we love doing, that is worth giving up our lives for. In North America, we do have economic freedom and political freedom, but that is not normal. We are blessed and privileged because more than half the world does not have the same opportunities. Do you have a dream or vision that sets the course of your life? Absolutely. My vision is to inspire the world and make a positive difference in peoples’ lives. To help create a global culture of heroes and responsible citizens dedicated to promoting peace and prosperity in the world. That is a vision that’s larger than life. It gets me going and energizes me whether I’m having a good day or bad day; it gets me up every morning and allows me to stretch and grow. Do you take a positive view of setbacks, misfortunes and mistakes? Absolutely! I think it was Mr. Thomas Watson Sr., founder of IBM, who said, “If you want to increase your success rate, double your failure rate.” So failures and setbacks and mistakes are stepping stones towards greater and greater success. We need to ask ourselves: “What can we learn from this experience? How can we grow from this experience?” Because nothing really is a failure; everything is a learning experience. Were you willing to experience discomfort in the pursuit of your dream? Yes. That is something that is necessary because it takes a lot of hard work and effort. Nothing really comes easy. Anything worthy of great achievement requires hard work, effort, persistence, and perseverance. How important is it to believe that your dreams will eventually become reality? It is very important! I believe you have to taste and feel and smell your dream as if it is a reality right now. I’m a big believer in seeing the reality and the vision and dream right up front, right now, the way it is. If you can’t visualize and feel the tears of triumph running down your face when you win that award or get that promotion, nothing will happen. It doesn’t matter how many goals you set, or how many affirmations you say till you’re blue in the face, if you don’t have that feeling or that knowing that this is going to be a reality, then nothing is going to happen. Do you experience service to others as a source of joy? Yes I do. I sincerely believe the hero’s journey is about following one’s bliss and doing what one loves doing in service to others. That is what really brings the most joy, and that is what really brings the most success as well, because the only way to get what we want is by helping enough people get what they want first. I’m a big believer in serving. If you want to increase your wealth and influence by ten times, just ask yourself the question, “How can I help ten times as many people as I am helping right now?” Who are the HEROES in your life? My father was a hero. Jim Ross, who I dedicated my book, The Hero Soul, has been a hero to me because he was a teacher and a mentor, a messenger, a carrier of truth. I think the people out there making a difference in peoples’ lives, teachers, coaches, entrepreneurs; I think all those people who are serving people or helping solve problems and showing people how to overcome their own problems are the real heroes; and it’s unfortunate that the media doesn’t pay enough attention, which is why I really like your “In Search of Heroes Program” because it’s really unique. Why are HEROES so important in the lives of young people? Heroes are so important in the lives of young people because there are not a lot of role models out there. And some of the role models give a very negative impression. So when we see someone in movies or even in school, when we see gang leaders who are profiting from criminal activity and wearing nice clothes and driving a Mercedes, these people have a negative influence on younger people. I think the younger people really need to see heroes and leaders who are not only making a difference in peoples’ lives but also prospering themselves so they can look to those people as examples and follow in their pursuit. Our children and young ones are going to be the future leaders of tomorrow. So it’s very important to have the right heroes and the right leaders impacting their lives. How do people become heroes? That’s a very good question. To start, self knowledge is really important. On the Greek temple of Apollo there is an inscription that reads, “Know thyself, and you will know the gods and the universe!” To know your strengths and weaknesses, your deepest desires and your deepest fears, really being able to understand where you begin and where you end and beyond. Self knowledge is so important because through self knowledge we learn what it is that we really want to do, what our calling in life is, what our blessings are. By pursuing those blessings, by following our bliss, and doing what we love doing in service to others, we automatically become heroes. How does it feel to be recognized as a ‘hero’? It’s a really rewarding feelinging from a stage in my life, having grown up in Scarborough here in Ontario, Canada, where I was suffering so much low self-esteem and feelings of worthlessness that I never took any leadership roles at all in school and in my young adulthood; to now come full-circle and be respected as a ‘leader’ as a ‘hero’ training entrepreneurs, executives, and educators and students alike on the qualities of leadership and being a hero…it really is a very rewarding feeling to be held in respect and esteem. Words can’t describe it. Why do you think you were selected for this unique honor? I believe that early in life, because of the unique situations that happened in my life, and the tragedies which I suffered, I connected at a deeper level, at a spiritual level, and found out at a very early age what my calling in life is. And my calling, my purpose, is to enrich the lives of as many people as I possibly can, using my God-given talents, writing being the main one. So I think I’ve been privileged because I saw my calling at an early age, and I took action and decided to pursue my calling regardless of what others were saying around me. Do you have any good solutions to the problems facing society, especially racism, child and spousal abuse and violence among young people? Our own image is reflected in every single human individual around us. What we do to others we are actually doing to ourselves. And if we mistreat somebody else, or if we call somebody else names or harm somebody, we are actually harming ourselves, because what goes around comes around and the law of motion says, ‘for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.’ If you want to be respected and treated with love and compassion, then you need to treat other people with love and compassion and respect – and you’ll get that back ten times over. If you had three wishes for your life and the world, that would instantly come true, what would they be? My first wish would be to have people in the world live in harmony and for people to find ways to be prosperous doing what it is that they really love doing. I’d love to see a world where we can actually accommodate that and help people to do what they love doing and prosper. I see so many people and see so many youth out there who have all these aspirations and dreams, but they’re not finding an outlet to be able to live those dreams. And they are really perishing inside. It’s so sad to see so many people who don’t find a direction or calling in life and are thinking of committing suicide. That is one wish: to see everyone living a prosperous life doing what they love doing. My second wish, if there was a magic wand and it was a utopia, to end the wars and famine and disease, and have a world where there is just peace and love and respect for each other. And finally, my third wish would be to have a world with people dedicated to EXCELLENCE. Because God is Excellence! Being the best of the best, holding ourselves to high standards and to quality. We would really have a paradise on earth if were committed to excellence – towards truth, and nobility, and something grand.

         
    What makes a piece of music a good song

     

    Most people say that a song is good if it has a good beat. Do you agree? Why Do You Struggle with Rhythm? Even if you think that the words, the melody or the harmony (chords) make a piece of music a good song, you probably agree at some level that the beat is often what draws you to a particular song. So why do rhythm and counting feel like such a struggle? If you are like most piano students, you simply want to play the tune, recognize the melody and feel the sense of accomplishment that comes from knowing that you played a song that you know. When you sit at the piano you might think to yourself: • Find those notes. • What fingers should I use? • How does that middle section go? • Where do I go when it says 'to CODA'? You may get so confused that you forget why you liked that song in the first place. But usually it was the beat of the song that grabbed your attention. Yet, like most things in life, you end up giving all of your attention to your most pressing problems. As the old adage says: "Art imitates life." If you draw a parallel from your own life to your piano playing, you will quickly understand why the challenge of counting causes you to put keeping the beat on the back burner. There are simply too many other musical issues vying for your attention! You Can Have Your Cake and Eat It Too Are you one of those people who eats the cake first or do you prefer to start with the icing? Are you a person who can delay your musical gratification until after you establish the beat? Or do you have to listen to yourself play the melody right away? You can have your cake and play the melody a few times with the right hand alone at first. But if you want to eat it too, you will need to look at music differently. Remember hearing one of your favorite songs sung by Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett or Barbra Streisand? What makes their renditions so special is that they (and other great artists) know how to interpret the melody in their own unique vocal styles. Do you know how they do this? Frank, Tony, Barbra and others sing so freely because their background ensembles provide them with a great foundation: a GOOD BEAT. Your Left Hand Is Your "Count Basie Band" Once you begin seeing your left hand as a solid accompanying ensemble like the Count Basie Band that so often accompanied Sinatra, your piano playing will quickly improve! You're probably wondering how you can expect 5 fingers of one hand to do the work of 17 professional performing musicians. But when you look at what having a solid accompaniment does for the great song stylists, you can see how training your left hand to be the "band" can give your right hand the freedom to "sing". The Secret to Getting Unstuck If you're like most students, you find that keeping the beat is challenging. You may often feel like counting restricts rather than frees you as you play a song. The reason for this is that you are trying to accompany the right hand melody. You probably often find it hard to fit a left hand umpah or 10th with the right hand melody, and so you get frustrated. If you want to get unstuck, you will need to turn your thinking around. Here's the secret to getting unstuck: Start by giving your attention to learning the left hand accompaniment in strict tempo. Once you can do this, everything else will fall into place. 7 Ways to Transform Your 5 Fingers into the "Band" 1. Learn the notes to be played by the left hand. 2. Start counting slowly without playing anything 3. Practice the left hand part alone slowly and in strict rhythm (use a metronome if you feel ready) 4. Start playing the song with hands together at a slow tempo several times: focus mainly on one short (2 to 4 measures) section at a time. 5. Use your metronome to gradually increase the tempo 6. Get a sense of being the "band" by using a rhythm unit (drum machine: many of the inexpensive keyboards have wonderful drum sounds) 7. Listen for the right hand melody and make sure that you can always hear it when playing hands together One Final Note The next time you listen to one of your favorite artists singing a good song, pay attention to the background. Notice how the solid accompaniment keeps the beat steady, the music flowing and the performer free to express herself. From now on, give your left hand the long overdue attention that it deserves. Recognize how valuable its role is in creating great music. Finally, remember that the key to success is in the counting. By starting with the left hand accompaniment and then developing a solid rhythm, you will be well on your way to playing many good songs. Copyright © 2007 by Ed Mascari

         
    What s new in new orleans schools

     

    Nearly two years ago, in the fall of 2005, Hurricane Katrina ravaged her way through New Orleans. Not only were homes, families, businesses, and business owners drastically affected by the storm, so were the students, teachers, staff, and administrators of New Orleans Schools. Prior to the storm, student enrollment in the New Orleans Schools system numbered at approximately 65,000. Presently, fewer than 22,000 students have returned to the area. The devastation wreaked by Katrina was horrific. But if every cloud has a silver lining, for the New Orleans Schools that silver lining is the chance to rebuild the system from the ground up. Many see the storm’s devastation as a chance to “showcase” what the private sector can do to help facilitate urban school reform in New Orleans Schools. Private groups are helping to finance charter schools and are also supporting non-profit groups that are working hard to recruit teachers and principals. A recent study performed to evaluate the New Orleans Schools two-district system reported three major flaws: 1. Student access to quality neighborhood schools is inadequate; many students either do not have access to bus transportation to New Orleans Schools that are open, or do not have a neighborhood school to attend. 2. A severe teacher shortage is affecting quality classroom instruction; virtually all pre-Katrina teachers were fired, and the New Orleans Schools need to hire an estimated 400 - 700 teachers in time for the fall semester. 3. The balkanized school system is a nightmare; the “two-district” system consists of a “maze of state, parish, and charter-operated schools with separate processes for applying and registering with different rules and regulations. … [It’s] a bureaucratic nightmare that shouldn’t be copied elsewhere,” said United Teachers of New Orleans (UTNO) president, Brenda Mitchell. (The UTNO are calling for legislative fixes during the upcoming special or regular legislative sessions). Unfortunately, while the nation’s eye turns to the state of New Orleans Schools only after Hurricane Katrina hit, many of its problems have existed for years. New Orleans Schools were known for low achievement, crumbling infrastructure, and rampant corruption. While all inner-city schools face challenges, the universal issue is poverty. Whether in New Orleans Schools or Chicago Schools, studies show that a child who comes from a low-income household faces far greater challenges than a child in even a low middle class situation. Now teachers in New Orleans Schools must also deal with the traumatizing “post-shock” experiences their children face. Counselors in the New Orleans Schools relate understandable stories of children coping with stress and fear. Perhaps the spotlight that Katrina has shone on the New Orleans Schools will provide some of the funding and incentives needed to help leaders address both old problems and new.

         
    What the middlesex county vocational school is all about

     

    Gail was born and raised in Trenton, New Jersey. Since this person didn’t think of working after finishing from high school and become a homemaker instead, college was never a priority for this person. The one talent this woman was cooking. The skill of cooking some exotic dishes was passed on from one generation to the next and since Gail wanted to know more about it, this person checked around to see if thee was a school that specialized in the culinary arts. The institution found was called Middlesex County Vocational School. The Middlesex Country Vocational and Technical School is a network of public institutions scattered all around New Jersey. It is made of four campuses that are there to cater secondary school students, adults and people who have special needs. Founded in the year 2000, it serves more than 140 students of different cultures. Parents and people who find it too far to see the campus in East Brunswick can try the others at Perth Amboy, Piscataway or Woodbridge. The admissions officer explained the culinary arts would take more than a year to finish. Since the husband was very supportive, there was no problem in getting some money to pay for the tuition. Since the couple lived nearby the cost of living was not that high compared to those who decided to live with a family or rent a place until the program was finished. There were an equal number of men and women who were studying in the vocational school. This is because the courses offered were beneficial for both genders such as about business management, architecture, basic repairs, sales and distribution. People who want to know more then should check out the school’s website or visit the campus personally to see if this is conducive for learning. A year later, Gail graduated and put up a small cafй in Trenton. This entrepreneur made some of the dishes personally while the staff took care of the rest. As a way to give back to the community, this individual took interns from the vocational school to work in the establishment. Gail’s determination to succeed just shows that everyone can be successful with a little knowledge from a vocational school. The person may not have the same passion for the culinary arts but may be interested in another field. It is advisable to find an ideal program first then enroll in it regardless if this is in Middlesex County or another institution that is closer to home.

         
    What to do after your inner compass nlp training

     

    If you have recently completed your NLP Practitioner training with Inner Compass and did not do the Master Practitioner training, you will be pleased to hear that People Building are offering NLP Master Practitioner Training at the same price as we offer to those who have completed their NLP Practitioner Training course with us. The reason is, that the founder of People Building had originally trained with Inner Compass and is aware of their course content and standard. She is aware that there is probably only one more Inner Compass NLP Master Practitioner course that will be run before their trainer, Andy Harrington, goes into retirement. Having qualified with Inner Compass at a NLP Practitioner, NLP Master Practitioner and as a Trainer of NLP, she is confident that the People Building trainings are congruent with what is taught by Inner Compass. Those wishing to complete the NLP Master Practitioner Training with People Building, should first look at the People Building website to familiarise themselves with the company and what to expect. This will help you to make an informed decision about your future investment. By all means, compare our training content and prices with other trainers. You will need to contact us and email/ post a copy of your Inner Compass NLP Practitioner Certificate before we can verify your place on the course and once we have done so, a deposit will be required. Please read the testimonials on our website for information about our trainings from the people who have really experienced them. We pride our trainings on the authentic NLP that is taught with a real sense of fun and familiarity. As our network widens, we look forward to inviting you to become part of it. You may also be interested to learn that People Building also offer a diploma in Hypnotherapy, a 15 day course that covers all of the foundations required for setting up a successful hypnotheraputic practice. Certainly, in my own private practice I have discovered that NLP and Hypnotherapy really do work well hand in hand with each other.

         
    What to do with all that green

     

    It is hard to pinpoint exactly how much you are throwing away on marijuana unless you take the time to sit down and do a bit of quick math. How often do you buy weed, and in what quantity? Better yet, what else could you be spending that money on? When it comes to the average amount of money that people spend feeding their marijuana addictions, accurate statistics are hard to come by. After all, people aren’t exactly forthcoming about how much they spend on an activity that is probably illegal in their country. For the purpose of this exercise, let’s assume that you spend an average of $35 per week on marijuana. One Week Weed-Free As with any addiction, marijuana addiction affects your perception of the problems it creates. A few bucks here and there seems to just slide through your fingers, so it helps to take a look at the big picture. When you are making the decision to quit, it really helps to put your problem into perspective. Write down the figure you spend on marijuana each week - $35, in this case. What else could you do with an extra $35 a week? Personally, I wouldn’t mind going to the movies, something I stopped doing once marijuana took over my life. Content to simply sit on the couch and hang out with other pot smokers getting stoned, I realized one day that I hadn’t been to the movies in over a year – something I used to enjoy doing once or twice a week. An Entire Month Without Marijuana If you quit smoking weed, based on our $35 a week example, you would have an additional $140 a month to spend as you please. What would you do with $140? When I quit smoking weed, I took a look at my wardrobe and almost died of embarrassment. Once upon a time, I actually cared what I looked like. However, at the height of my marijuana addiction, I must have stopped caring. My clothes were old, worn and sloppy looking. My hair was scraggly and long. Sometimes I wouldn’t bother to shave for days… or weeks. Marijuana has this funny way of making everything beyond getting high seem… nonexistent. $140 goes a long way towards buying some decent looking threads! Six Months Off The Skunk In six months, you would have saved yourself $910. Now we’re talking! With my rediscovered energy, I decided after quitting smoking weed that I wanted to do a bit of exploring, so I took a vacation. And I didn’t have to worry about getting stopped in security checks with weed in my bag! You might decide that $910 would buy you that car stereo system you’ve been eyeing up, or maybe you could finally pay off that nagging credit card debt. Whatever you want… it’s your money! One Year After Sinking the Yellow Submarine In one year, our $35 a week weed smoker has saved an incredible $1820. I don’t know about you, but to me that’s a good chunk of cash. Marijuana smokers are often shocked at the way their entire lifestyle changes after they successfully quit smoking, and it’s no wonder! You will rediscover the activities you used to take pleasure in and actually have the time and money to do them. A friend of mine quit smoking weed shortly after I did and used a shoebox to collect the money he would otherwise have spent on pot. Now, a lot of people would dip into the shoebox now and again, but he had discipline. Only after an entire year did he empty it out and count it up. He had enough stashed away from not smoking marijuana to buy his girlfriend a $2700 engagement ring. And she actually said yes, since she could now picture herself living the rest of her life with him (his stoned proposal a year and a half before hadn’t gone so well). You may decide that the money you save each week by not smoking marijuana will just help you get by and pay the bills. Or, you could save it up for a long period and do something you’ve always wanted to do. It’s up to you! The important thing is that you realize and understand exactly how much you’re literally burning up each week and what you’re missing out on by doing so. And the best way to do that is to write it all down.

         
    What to expect from bartending school

     

    When attending bar tending school, a student must learn a wide variety of things in order to become a good bartender. In addition to learning how to make drinks, there are several other areas of bar tending that often go unnoticed. Of course, drink making is of the top priority. After all, people are quite picky about their drinks. And, since purchasing alcohol from a tavern or other venue is generally somewhat expensive, people expect to get quality. In addition, a bar tender that serves great drinks will make more money in the form of tips. As such, the primary focus of bartending school is to teach how to accurately mix and create a number of different drinks. In order to pass the examinations of bartending school, students have to be able to create a number of different drinks upon request and without referring back to a book or to notes. Flair is also an important component of bartending. Therefore, some bartending schools will actually teach the students how to tend bar with style and with pizzazz. Bartenders are also responsible for keeping everything behind the bar neat and orderly. Therefore, bartending school teaches students how to set up the bar, how to keep the alcohol fresh, and how to make sure everything else is neat and sanitary. Customer relations is another important aspect of bartending. Therefore, students are taught customer skill. In addition, they are taught how to recognize when someone has had too much to drink or when someone might need to be removed from the bar. Since bartenders are responsible for taking money from customers and providing them with correct change, cash handling is also covered in bartending school. The faster the student is able to complete transactions, the happier his or her patrons will be! Customers don't want to have to wait anymore than they have to.

         
    What to expect in learning spanish

     

    Learning the Spanish language can be one of the most exciting and difficult experience you could encounter in your entire lifetime. Exciting because it opens to many new things that are not familiar coming from an environment of English speakers and difficult because minus familiarity, you may just have issues in saying and learning it right. But let us not get too negative here just yet. As you may have known already, there are so many free and useful information you can get from the internet and searching for a material on how to speak Spanish isn’t difficult at all. Though many people are saying not to rely entirely on every piece of material available from the internet, as an eager-beaver, you have all the freedom in the world to choose which material you want to use for your learning experience. If you want quality, then go to websites that are already reliable and tested over the years. You can do so by using search engines to narrow your query and give you a quick list of best choices. Go ahead and read on a study material for Spanish. Once you have set your goals to how much you want to learn about the language, the difficulty of the subject does not surface anymore but the curiosity on how to learn the language heightens. This is because the Spanish language, despite the difference it has compared to English, is an easy language to learn. In terms of pronunciation, just go by how the letters are spelled out and pronounce it by syllables. The truth to learning the Spanish lies on how interested one person is in pursuing it. The simple pronunciation pattern of the Spanish language is just a portion of it, and yet, there are still many areas of this language which needs attention and extra effort. So, the entire learning process relies on you. The more you become interested to it, the easier it is going to be but if not you know what’s going to happen next.

         
    What to expect with distance learning courses

     

    Distance learning courses can be a wonderful way for anyone with a computer and Internet to pursue a higher degree. These classes are now offered by a variety of different institutions and really cover the gamut as far as study area is concerned. But, what can students really expect to get out of distance learning courses? The answer to that is a lot! If the idea is that distance learning is a "free ride," an easy way to go or a snap to finish, get that out of the head right now. The truth is many of these courses are as difficult and challenging as their classroom counterparts and some are even more so. Students who sign on for distance learning courses will find they are typically handled quite a bit differently than classes attended in person, but that doesn't mean the course requirements are slack. The reality is for accreditation to extend to these classes, professors and students have to walk a very fine line to ensure the teaching is quality and the learning is, too. Some of the things students taking distance learning courses might be wise to expect include: * Actual lectures. These might take place during set times in chat rooms or they might be video recorded for watching on the Internet at a students' convenience. Either way, some actual teaching is very often involved in these classes. If it's not, students will be expected to do a whole lot of reading on their own. * Books. These don't tend to go away just because coursework is turned in online. Most universities still requires students get the books and read them, too. * Homework. Papers, reports and even special projects will still all be required by these courses. Part of getting a degree is proving the material is understood and even mastered. * Tests. Yes, these too are part of the online learning experience. Some tests will be taken online, and in some cases, all of them. Some programs might require students travel to a set location for certain tests along the way. * Discussions, interaction. This is a very big part of college life. To ensure the flow of thoughts and information between students and faculty continues, many of these programs set up online discussion groups to fill this need. This can be vital for ensuring students understand the material, have done the work and get input they might need to take learning to the next level. * Access to professors. Whether this is online, over the phone or in person, distance learning courses should not cut this factor out. It is vital in many cases for students to be able to ask questions of their professors. Programs that don't provide some avenue for this might not be as good as they sound. Even if it's only through e-mail, some contact should be available. Distance learning courses can help busy people finish or even earn from start to finish their degrees. Although the setting is very different, students should still expect to actually have to "earn" those degrees.

         
    What to look for in a distance learning college

     

    As the Internet becomes as common in many homes as bathrooms, sinks and stoves, the opportunity to turn any location into a learning one is becoming more evident. More and more colleges and universities are allowing those jacked in to the Net to turn their home computers into powerful learning tools by offering distance learning college courses. These classes sometimes translate into full degrees, or they add to ones students are seeking in person. Either way, when a distance learning college program is involved, making the right choices can be as difficult as screening colleges for personal attendance. Unless the course are offered by a college a student is already attending, there are some considerations that should be made before course fees are turned over. These include: * Programs offered. While the idea of attending a distance learning college in the privacy of one's own home can be very alluring, if the right programs for personal advancement and interest are not available, there's little point. Make sure any distance college seriously considered has the type of course work that really benefits personal career choice, or at least learning interest. Novelty aside, these programs are still hard, so why invest when the end result might be coursework that just doesn't fit personal needs. * Accreditation. This is a big thing to consider. Make sure the colleges considered are accredited and that their online programs are, too. If a college says its accredited with a particular agency, check it out before signing on. Some of the bigger schools, such as state universities and well known private colleges, likely don't require this consideration, but do check and see if their online degree programs are extended accreditation, as well. This can mean the difference between a very valuable degree or just a piece of paper. * Class schedule. Pay very close attention to this even with online learning. Some courses might require students to be online at appointed times for virtual lectures. If work schedule doesn't permit this, signing up for a class can be a costly mistake. * Pricing. Check into pricing and scholarship/loan opportunities. There's no point signing on for a $10,000 program if it cannot be paid for. Most accredited institutions offer help with student financial aid, even for distance learning programs. * Staff availability. While students who choose to learn online tend to do so to avoid the classroom setting, access to professors will still likely be very important. Make sure this is available. Even if it's through online chat or telephone calls, being able to "talk" to a professor should never be cut out of the distance learning equation. A distance learning college can really open doors for those who cannot attend classes for whatever reasons. There are some things that should be looked into very closely before signing on and paying for one of these programs, however. If the roadblocks to learning aren't actually removed, the program being looked at might not be the best one for personal needs.

         
     
         
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