Jocelyn MooreJocelyn Moore’s teaching career began with ten years of homeschooling her children and then teaching for the last 13 years in private, international, and public school settings. Her educational philosophy is grounded in the belief that all children have a natural desire to learn and that their curiosity needs to drive the learning process. Jocelyn believes that teachers should be the facilitators of a rich, authentic environment that encourage discovery in a setting that includes both personalized and collaborative learning. She wants to see students building skills as competent thinkers, communicators, and leaders who academic accomplishments with lifetime memberships in the Alpha Sigma Lambda and Golden Key International Honor Societies. Richard is a private pilot, enjoys international travel, global friendships, reading, yoga, journaling, camping and spending as much time possible with his wife and children. Not only devoted to helping underserved youth and the less fortunate, Richard and Jocelyn, have seven children and four granddaughters. know how to interact with confidence in our increasingly global society. Jocelyn’s experienced includes curriculum development, global student travel, and creating powerful systems for engaging students and adults in philanthropy and community partnerships.

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Why Include Girls in STS?

More than one occasion I have been asked: “Why are we now including girls in an organization that has historically mentored fatherless boys?” My reply: Our vision must grow to include more than mentoring fatherless boys, and it must become greater than delivering a globally educated workforce. Our goal must expand to empower children, both […]

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Celebrating Children’s Victories and Successes

What do you categorize as a “success” for your child? What about a “victory”? Is it getting elected class president? Carrying the winning ball across the end zone? Getting accepted to an Ivy League school? Most parents have dreams for their children and help them aspire to being their best. When a fatherless boy has […]

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Imagine this life . . .

A young boy, 15 years old, living in squalor with his 41 year-old mother and 5 siblings (only one with whom he shares a father). He doesn’t remember his father who took off when he was just 5 years old, and his mother doesn’t really care what happens to him. She makes a habit of […]

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