Table of Contents HEM January-February 1990
Should You Home School Your Teenager - by Jo McIntyre
They are capable of going much more studying on their own, but it is more difficult to give them direction which you "know" is right for them if you are, at the same time, trying to instill a sense of self-control and responsibility.
Gifted Kids - by Phyllis Gray
There are some kids whose unique abilities and personalities often jump out at you and seem to demand a deeper understanding of what's going on inside of them.
Untangling the Web of Library Research - by Anne M Olivier
How, you may ask, can I as a Parent teach the necessary skills to do library research when I was never taught these skills myself?
Kick Start Your Child's Career - by Sandra J Campbell
Your child should have a basic understanding of the concept that information is organized and that there are pathways through it.
Teaching Study Skills - by Brenda Benedict
These skills, as much as any academic training, can prepare your child for success in college and give him or her the ability to face new situations in life.
Equations in Arithmetic - by Dr Edgar B Bloom
Algebra is a branch of mathematics in which quantities are denoted by letters, negative numbers as well as ordinary numbers are used, and problems are solved in the form Of equations.
Creating My Own Home School Program - by Joanne L Marziolli
My approach to home schooling has evolved as I learn new ways to teach more effectively.
A Meal With the Moores - by Kathleen Creech
The text of their lives is the workbook from which they teach. And I am here to learn. We all are.
Perspectives - by Jane Williams
Promoting Homeschooling Through the Media
I have certain rules I've set for myself before I'll write or speak in public about homeschooling or educational options.
Higher Education - by Judy Gelner
Finding Objective evidence for College Admissions - There is more than you think
Many homeschoolers find testing itself to be a deterrent to learning. Fortunately there are other ways to document learning.
The Micro-Chip Teacher - by Mikell Billoki
However we approach the learning process of writing, in the end we all hope thta our kids will eventually be able to spell correctly.
Talk About Learning - by Earl Gary Stevens
Thinking About College
College is still some yeaars away for many of the people in my local homeschooling support group, but parents are beginning tothink about it.