Should Teachers gift one point if it makes the difference in a student’s letter grade?
Written by Mister Wilson-Astoryplus Children’s Books https://www.astoryplus.com The class itself has ended and all the opportunities to impact your grade have passed and you’re one point short! Perhaps you’ve been there as a student where one lousy point kept you from a better letter grade, the Dean’s list or even from passing a class. It… Read more
Do acceptable scores or grades require a certain amount of preparation time for children?
Written by Mister Wilson-Astoryplus Children’s Books http://www.astoryplus.com As parents we want our children to study, and we encourage them to do so. When we say study, we mean to prepare to be tested. But what we really are saying is that there is a certain amount of time require for them to perform to our… Read more
Are Children’s books facing their greatest battle ever today?
Reading illiteracy was once widespread throughout the world. That is not to say that most of the world is now literate, far from it. Illiteracy would have be an impassable impasse for all books at that early stage in history. The earliest books written for children were intended to teach and educate them. They were… Read more
Is it important to choose the perfect children’s book for your children?
What has figured into your decision when choosing children’s book? Traditionally it may have been bright colors, cute characters, a magical storyline, or a book you read as a child that coaxed you to the checkout counter. The books you selected had something “shiny” that you conceived to be gold or golden. It was that… Read more
Is there a reluctance to scrutinize children’s books?
Is there a reluctance to scrutinize children’s books? Who says that children’s books must earn passage to our children? This may seem like an absurd question to many parents, guardians, and teachers. Because many of them cannot see themselves being critical of children’s books. A significant number of these adults generally group all children’s… Read more