2018 100 Book Challenge: Video Reviews!
As you know, I love books, and I love serving my community, which leads to a natural love of my local public library. So this year, I’ll be joining Henderson Memorial Public Library’s 100 Book Challenge…with a twist. I’m going to vlog my book reviews on YouTube live, at the pace of 2 books per… Continue reading
How to Find What is True on Facebook
I haven’t been posting much about the racism, violence, and controversy that have enveloped our nation. I have become convinced this is an historic time, and that we are seeing what the US was like in the 1960s all over again. But as a white person growing up in a white community surrounded by structural… Continue reading
The Results Are In: Edtech Alone Will Not Fix Adulted
Adult educators: consider carefully before investing in more devices and edtech products! Do students need tech skills for success? Yes. Do they need to perform well on computer-based testing? Yes. Will edtech products increase student outcomes? That depends. The Joyce Foundation funded a study to determine if edtech products would make a significant difference in… Continue reading
My First Classroom: Catechesis of the Good Shepherd
One of the biggest differences between teaching adult basic education and teaching K-12 is the classroom. Or lack thereof. Teaching adult literacy and GED Test Preparation, I taught everything from basic pronunciation to chemical equations. WHERE you explain poetry or fractions… that could be anywhere. Literally half of my time teaching adults had nothing to… Continue reading
Will I see you at #COABE17? Visit Booth 145!
In rainy Ohio, I’m packing my bags for sunny Florida. Tomorrow I’m super excited to be at COABE tosupport a new exhibitor: ASPIRE Consulting. Based on her pioneering dissertation, Dr. Carmine Stewart piloted a series of techer education courses that is available to the public for the first time. Cleveland State University is hosting the seven-course… Continue reading
Mustard Seed Training is a team of faith-based artisan creating materials for praying with children. Our ministry is to share the love of God and neighbor.
Our group was founded in 2017 by CGS catechist and woodworker Meagen Farrell. Meagen is also an author, trainer, and PhD student in the fields of adult basic education and educational technology (that’s the “Training” part!).
Thank you for your patience & prayers!
Our goal is to provide you with quality materials and service. Please view our shipping policy and refund policy. We take a scheduled break every year from December 22 (or the last Friday before Christmas) to January 2 (or the first Monday).
Recent BLOG Posts
- Using Action Research to Improve Industry Certificate Completion in Integrated Education & Training (IE&T) Providers in Washington D.C.
- Measuring Distance Presence in Online Communities of Practice (CoP) Using the Community of Inquiry (CoI) Framework
- Three FREE Little Mustard Seed Library Books Now Available!
- Workplace Reading, Writing & Math for Adults
- Little Mustard Seed Library on Kickstarter until April 21st
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