Category Archives: Reviews

This book is, by far, the best book I’ve ever read…

… about early elementary global education. … It’s a wonderful thing to receive such amazing accolades for our new book, The Global Education Toolkit for Elementary Learners, especially when coming from such a respected source as Dr. Jessie Voigts of WanderingEducators.com (and many others, like Ken Kay, Yong Zhao, Tony Wagner, Heidi Hayes-Jacobs, School Library…

Continue reading

Speaking in Tongues: A Film. A Challenge.

With all the talk of “Restoring Honor” and taking back our country, I’ve been thinking a lot about the changes in America that feel so threatening to some.  We are living through revolutions in just about every sphere of life.  Some revolutions can be terrific.  Like the American Revolution. Or the technological revolution that enabled…

Continue reading

Alamar ("To the Sea") Film Review – Less is More

My family and some friends recently watched Alamar, the new Mexican-Italian feature by Pedro Gonzalez-Rubio (available through FilmMovement.com), on one of our countless, steamy east coast evenings.   As we adjusted our over-stimulated, short-attention span watching habits to this near-documentary, it seemed a calm, cool peace from a simpler corner of our planet gradually washed over…

Continue reading