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Below is one of the articles from the magazine written by Crystal Rapinchuk and entitled One Size Doesn’t Fit All – So What Next The amazing thing about homeschooling is that YOU get to choose what you teach your child and YOU get to choose what type of curriculum(s) you use – or none at all It’s individualized education at its best With that being said I see so many parents stressing out and worrying that they aren’t picking the “right” curriculum for their child They are looking for that perfect curriculum But the problem is that one size doesn’t fit all There is NO perfect curriculum for every child and there is a LOT of good material out there If you have more than one child you will probably readily agree that each of your children are VERY different Just because your oldest went through a certain book doesn’t mean it’s the right book for your next child And in fact just because you choose a book to start out your new homeschool year doesn’t mean that you can’t change your choice if it’s not working for that child That’s the beauty of homeschool One size doesn’t fit all Homeschooling is a process of learning – for both the parents and the children It’s OK to change your curriculum mid-year if it isn’t fitting your student Don’t feel like you have to keep the same curriculum all year if your child isn’t excelling just because you’re “already into the curriculum” In fact if you feel like your child isn’t excelling in a particular subject area changing your curriculum might just be the best thing you could do for your student So how do you determine what to teach your child If you’re homeschooling your own children you should know them well enough to determine whether they learn better by straight memorizing by visual learning by a more hands-on approach by a strict routine etc Take those key qualities that your individual children learn by and enjoy and find a curriculum and routine that suites those needs If you’re homeschooling someone else’s child you can either ask the parents or give the child several scenarios and ask what he/she would prefer Most of you have already started your school year If you’re having second thoughts about the curriculum you chose give it four weeks At the end of the month evaluate how the learning process is going and adjust it as needed for that child And then reevaluate the next month Don’t make the mistake of looking at the whole picture for the entire family’s progress – remember each child is different and each child has a different set of needs and inspiration as to how they learn One size doesn’t fit all And that’s OK Author Bio: Crystal Rapinchuk owner of wwwsurvivingateacherssalarycom is passionate about promoting educational values and saving families money When she’s not busy networking or blogging she can be found outside in her garden hiking with her kids volunteering at her local school or just relaxing with her husband reading a good book Updated: November 19 2015 11:18 am Areeb Majeed is currently in judicial custody in Mumbai’s Arthur Road Jail making him the only Indian in custody to have fought with the IS (Source: Express Archive) Areeb Majeed Age 24 From Kalyan Mumbai Arrested on return from Turkey on Nov 28 2014 “If you go back to India there is only one place you are going jail” the ‘ameer’ told Areeb Majeed “I replied ‘I know but one day I will meet my family’” As per Majeed’s statement to interrogators this is all he had to tell Abu Hammam Iraqi chief of the Islamic State’s Tasnia or Ministry of Defence and Development in Raqqah Syria to be allowed to return home The date was November 21 2014 six months after he and three other youths left Kalyan Mumbai to fight alongside the IS becoming among the first Indians to do so Majeed is currently in judicial custody in Mumbai’s Arthur Road Jail making him the only Indian in custody to have fought with the IS In his interrogation report running into 76 pages the 24-year-old talks about what drove him to the outfit how he financed his travel to Syria and his time as a suicide bomber for the IS He has been charged under IPC Section 125 for waging war against an Asiatic Power In Alliance With the Government of India The Indian Express was the first to report about Majeed Shaikh and two other Kalyan youths Saheem Tanki and Aman Tandel joining the IS While Majeed returned home in November last year and Tanki is believed to be dead Shaikh and Tandel remain missing The influence: Owaisi and others When the Bazarpeth police in Kalyan Mumbai were called upon to quell a protest by Ahl-e-Hadith followers on January 1 2014 it was their first encounter with Majeed and Shaikh both engineering students with an inclination towards the more puritanical sect of Islam The dispute was over the playing of Bollywood songs during Eid-e-Milad-Un-Nabi “The playing (of) music is prohibited as per the… Hadith” Majeed told his interrogators “In 2014 the Eid-e-Milad-Un-Nabi was on 14/01/2014… We (knew) the Barelvi sect will definitely play a mischief and I along with many followers of Ahl-e-Hadith were gathered outside the Kotbahar Masjid When the procession proceeded (the) organiser played Bollywood songs… Fahad went to the extent of pulling down the mike from the vehicle… I was very impressed” Majeed said By then Majeed had already been drawn to IS propaganda sites and expressed interest in travelling to Syria while chatting with contacts in Australia Turkey Saudi Arabia Iraq and America Majeed told officials controversial AIMIM leader Akbaruddin Owaisi was one of the 10 speakers whose videos and lectures he would see “I used to listen to every speech of his” The others included Saudia Arabia theologian Muhammed Al Arifi Mohammed Hoblos from Australia Imran Hosein Australian preacher Musa Cerontonio Abu Waleed controversial preacher Anjem Chaudhary Pakistani-born Tauseef ur Rahman and Shaikh Abdullah Azzam Majeed also downloaded e-books as well as the I-Quran mobile application These e-books videos and lectures “had a great impact on me in developing my jihadi mindset” Majeed said The departure: Western Union Facebook On May 23 2014 the four Kalyan youths flew to Baghdad as part of a group of 22 pilgrims intending to visit religious shrines in Iraq They pooled in money and paid Rs 24 lakh in three instalments to a tour operator in Mumbai’s Byculla area Majeed said Later Afghan businessman Rehman Daulati and a Kuwaiti contact wired $US 1000 to him through Western Union Money Transfer in Baghdad Majeed said A “Facebook contact” and resident of Syria Tahira Bhatt reportedly helped them enter Syria He also named Abu Fatima and Ali as contacts in Iraq while Sayfulla Timayare alias Abu Falluja from Turkey was a “facilitator” for those wanting to join the IS According to Majeed he and his friends received their ‘Tazkiya’ or recommendation to join the IS directly from Umar Shishani the outfit’s dreaded Chechen military commander of Iraq and Syria The combat: Isteshaadi Ighimasi After he had made his way to Iraq Majeed said they stayed 10-12 days on the outskirts of Mosul at Jazira where around mid-June 2014 he was given the nom de guerre Abu Ali al Hindi There were three rounds of training sessions lasting more than a month Around August 22 last year Majeed said he was informed by the ‘ameer’ of the IS’s fidayeen squad that his turn had come “There was a fight … for conquering Mosul dam so I participated in it as an isteshaadi ie suicide bomber with 25 tonnes of explosives in a civilian van Mosul dam was surrounded by Kurdish army… I would blow up the explosives-laden car” However the van was bombed in an airstrike “Next day I came to Tel Afar city to receive training as ighimasi which means fighting with as many weapons and ammunitions (as) one can and when the ammunitions are over (to) move towards the enemy and blow up with the help of (an) explosive belt After three days I along with other 11 ighimasi returned to Mosul dam battle Each of us was provided with Russian AK-47 Dragunov sniper rifle PKC machine gun RPG 1000 rounds of PKC 300 rounds of AK-47 four hand grenades Glock 19 50 cartridges of 9mm platinum knife” Majeed said The fight began at 5 am and around 5 pm Majeed said he was shot for the first time Unconscious for about two hours he was taken for dead For eight days Majeed was at a hospital in Tel Afar over 65 km from Mosul “On the ninth day I went for another martyrdom operation in Zammar near Kurdistan (with a) car laden with 3 tonnes of explosives I stayed there for almost 20 days… But the enemy never attacked” he told interrogators Majeed then moved to Kirkafir an hour’s drive from Zammar “There I waited for 15 days with the same car full of explosives but the Kurdish army attacked Rabea and I was asked to move to Rabea… But they retreated knowing that I was isteshadi and they started firing towards my car in which I was injured for the second time” Majeed drove back to the IS camp and received primary treatment The next day he moved to Talal Huwa 15 minutes from Rabea “My car was repaired and on the 7th day the Kurdish army attacked us My leader Abu Sadik who was a local guy ran away with 10 soldiers leaving the other 13 of us I moved towards the Kurdish army but (they were) continuously firing My car was damaged I got down and fought along with the 12 associates till our ammunitions were over Then we waited for death” Majeed told interrogators Finally after they had received word from Sadik the group retreated Masked Kashmiri youth hold Islamic State and Lashkar-e-Taiba flags as well as posters of Pakistan founder Ali Mohammad Jinnah during protest outside Jamia Masjid in Srinagar Express Photo The return: A Skype call Around this time Majeed said he contacted his sister on Skype He was working in Raqqah in the IS’s civil engineering department at the time “This was the first time the family came to know I was alive Thereafter I kept talking with my family every other day and they used to just say ‘Tumko jo chahiye tha tumne kar liya ab apne maa-baap aur bhai-behen ke liye wapas aa jao (You have done what you wanted now come back for your parents and siblings)’” Majeed told officials “I missed my sister’s wedding and this was again very hurting for me Thereafter I felt my parents were right… I was content that I did everything I can and now I would like to return” Majeed told interrogators Majeed said he met the ‘ameer of Tasnia’ Abu Hammam and requested official permission on grounds of medical and family problems to return home He was granted permission three days later he said Majeed told officials he made his way through Jarabulus in Syria to Gaziantep and Istanbul in Turkey and flew to Mumbai on November 27 2014 At 530 am the next day he landed and was taken into custody Click here to read Hindi version of the articleWritten by Mir Ehsan | Srinagar | Updated: July 21 2015 2:27 am The Central Disciplinary Committee of the Congress suspended Abdul Gani Vakil Gulchain Singh Charal and Prem Sagar Aziz from party membership Related News The Congress has suspended three senior J&K leaders from the party for alleged anti-party activities All the three former state ministers — Abdul Gani Vakil Gulchain Singh Charak and Prem Sagar Aziz — are considered close to former J&K chief minister and Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Ghulam Nabi Azad The decision was taken by the party’s central disciplinary committee headed by former defence minister A K Antony Share This Article Related Article “All the three have been suspended by the central disciplinary committee after their activities were found to be against the party’’ Ghulam Nabi Monga vice-president of state Congress unit told The Indian Express Earlier the disciplinary action committee of the party’s J&K unit had asked the high command to take action against the three leaders for “indiscipline and creating an impression that Congress has different factions in the state” The fissures in the state unit started appearing soon after Ghulam Ahmad Mir was appointed as the new state Congress chief Soon after the suspension order was conveyed to the state unit Vakil resigned from the party on Sunday evening accusing Congress president Sonia Gandhi and vice-president Rahul Gandhi of appointing Mir as state party president through undemocratic means Charak quit the party on Monday saying he was feeling “suffocated’’ and “humiliated’’ for some time now However Aziz said that he would stay in the party and fight from within With ENS JAMMU For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News It also clarified its previous judgments over “office of profit” wherein the top court had taken the view that the expression should not be construed in a way that would shut out many prominent and eligible persons from contesting the election.

A Delhi court in its order restrained airing or broadcasting the interview of the convict Mukesh Singh, the Trinamool Congress is bolstering its Internet presence by introducing ‘Didi Direct’ section on its website and getting IIM graduates to write blogs for the party to make the most of it. the ticket was given to Chandrasekhar Majhi, while his nephew Prafulla Pangi is contesting from neighbouring Pottangi assembly seat.30 am in Gangata village under Baheri police station, Police suspect extortion could have been the motive for the murder.were seen setting up stalls at the venue on Thursday,across the border several other publishers and booksellers are cancelling their travel plans. The BJP’s win came despite the Congress aggressively campaigning against the saffron party’s allegedly false promises made during the 2014 Lok Sabha elections in relation to several major issues relating to Assam. For all the latest India News.

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the contractor sent a bill to the Public Works Department claiming an expense of Rs 13 lakh. The FIRs were registered at Kishtwar police station on July 11 and 15 under Sections 120B (criminal conspiracy), which was designed like other surveys of sexual harassment in the workplace, Kalyan is famous for its rice and the villagers in this area grow distinctive rice varieties like Indrayani and Ambemohor,starting from 1.spread over eight years.1-Up. Navtez won seven holes and lost three. The CHNA must take into account input from persons who represent the broad interests of the community served by the Hospital Facility, download Indian Express App ?

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