There are many reasons social media is harmful, to both the individual and to what’s left of our democracy. It claims to connect, but it distances; it claims to increase empathy, but its role in increasing antipathy is perhaps its defining characteristic; it claims to broaden access to information, but it produces treacherous, unpoppable information … more »
Hello, Boulder! Our group, IndieEd, serves as both a professional development group for education and therapy specialists in the Boulder area, and as a trusted resource for local schools and parents seeking specialized help. We have listed on our website 9 local professionals and organizations whose areas of expertise are commonly sought after; beyond that, … more »
A few executive function skills coaches, a few math and science instructors, two test-prep pros, an all subject tutor, a reading tutor with a brand new book out on method, a music performance consultant, a philosophy-for-kids teacher, and a writing/handwriting enhancement specialist walk into a room… What a fantastic and diverse group we had present for … more »
This month’s IndieEd group meeting, to be held on Tuesday, October 6th from noon-till-1:30, will feature a timely talk by Anthony Riske of Collegiate Coaching Services on technology addiction. If you or someone you know would like to attend, please inquire through our contact page for location details.
One semester of IndieEd is in the books! The picture above is of those who attended the June meeting, and it is missing a number of key contributors from the past six months. So far, the journey has provided everything we could have hoped for and more: enlightening discussions, increased … more »