On Saturday, I picked up my copy of Heaven on Earth: A Handbook of Young Children by Sharifa Oppenheimer. This is the book I mentioned a few posts ago that was highlighted on the Sew Liberated blog. So far I'm really enjoying it and I'm glad I made the decision to get it.
Here is an experiment you can try, if you like; it is something you can do, to "lock in" your own learning process. Make your learning "interactive" by investing in a blank book, a journal. Get something as simple as a spiral notebook, or a beautiful hardbound one, if you prefer. Divide it into nine sections, to correlate to the nine chapters in the book.This idea is right up my alley. I loved the classes in college where I was required to keep a journal documenting the learning process and my thoughts on the material we were covering. Those journals are very interesting to look back on!