Thursday, January 24, 2008

Come Give It A Try....

This evening we held our monthly Federalist and Anti Fed colloquium for letters 3-8. I am pretty simple in my thinking on such big ideas. But I did like the thoughts of the Anti federalist. In the 3rd composed letter by a "farmer", the anti side said the the Federalist should actually be called Nationalist. And the Anti feds, who are for a confederacy should be the Federalist.
I was not pleased with John Jay in his 3rd Fed. paper. It seemed like he was undermining the south by giving the Mississippi water way to Spain. These 8 papers discussed the security of the states verses a nation. Enough! I am not doing justice. Read it yourself and find out how interesting it is, and then do something about it. Like this....

The Provo Area Leadership Mentoring Society is pleased to extend an open invitation to hear a presentation on the 7 Keys, and 4 Phases of a Thomas Jefferson (Leadership) Education. This is a great opportunity for those new to leadership education, or those who are considering adopting the principles of leadership education.

Blaine Rindlisbacher has been actively involved with leadership education since 1999. He has worked closely with Drs. Oliver DeMille, Julie Earley, and Shane Schultize. Blaine will share his experience as a homeschooling father and as a student at George Wythe College. This one-hour presentation will cover the basic philosophies of leadership education and should be very helpful to those who have questions about what Thomas Jefferson Education is, or how to implement it. Even those who have been Thomas Jefferson educators for years are welcome to come interact and ask questions.

This is an opportunity to bring acquaintances you think will benefit by being introduced to this educational philosophy. There is no charge to attend. Childcare is available, (call Nickie to schedule).
Here are the details:

Date: Thursday, January 31, 2008
Time: 7:00-8:00pm
Place: Allen home

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