CAROLMARTIN has a new book on affordable education that is sure to make a difference for parents and their children.
Curriculum Corner is an easy-to-follow, easy-read, step-by-step guide to finding affordable curriculum in your area.
It’s a book that parents, teachers, and students will love.
In a video interview with The Associated Press, Carol Martin said her goal was to “create a curriculum that parents can feel good about,” and it has helped parents, too.
“I want to give parents the tools to make sure that they can focus on learning their child well and that they have access to the tools they need,” she said.
“When parents have a curriculum like this that is easy to follow, they are able to focus on what they are learning, and when they are getting that content out to parents they are actually able to be engaged with that and be able to help make that curriculum their own,” she added.
Martin has been working to help parents make the most of their education budgets and to build a curriculum for their child.
She has been the co-founder of CAROLs affordable curriculum compacting program, which has been helping parents find affordable curriculums that are suitable for their needs.
In her book, she shares what she’s learned and how to make it happen.
“If you are a parent with an older child, you have probably already started your search for the best way to teach them,” Martin said in an interview with AP.
“I believe in giving parents a toolkit so that they are prepared to use that toolkit in a different way to the way they have been taught.”
For parents with young children, CAROL has a program that helps parents find curriculum for preschool.
Parents can take a course or read the curriculum and find it online.
They can also search through curriculum catalogs, look at the syllabi, and learn how to teach.
For parents who are already teachers, the CAROL program has a curriculum corner for teachers.
It is a book for teachers, so parents can find the curriculum that is appropriate for their class.
And, parents can look at a curriculum in a classroom and learn about it, so they can see what they need to know in order to make the best decisions for their children’s learning.
“It is just about getting your children to think about what they will be learning in their classrooms and what they want to be learning,” Martin told AP.
Martin has a number of other programs to help her parents find and prepare their curriculum for better learning outcomes.
“It’s a way for parents to get together and share what they’re learning,” she explained.
For teachers, there are also books that teach students the tools that they need in order for them to create a curriculum with the best outcomes for their students.
Martin said that if parents are going to do a good job with their education, they should have the best curriculum for it.
She also said that she wanted to do this because it was important to her.
“This is not something that I am saying I would never do again.
But it’s something that if you do not take action, you are going down the wrong path,” she told AP in an email.”
If we are not going to change the way we teach, our children will not learn, and that’s just not good for them,” she concluded.”
There are a lot of resources that you can use to help you get through the education system, and you need to make that the priority,” Martin concluded.
CAROLs curriculum corner is available for purchase at the AP Bookstore, The Center for Learning and Teaching at Harvard University, and The Lynda.com Learning Center.
(This article has been updated to reflect that CAROL’s affordable textbooks are available for free on the AP website, not as part of the CARO curriculum compact.)
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