Posts Tagged ‘ Helen Hegener ’

Interview: Linda Dobson

Interview: Linda Dobson

Linda Dobson’s name has long been associated with homeschooling – and with this magazine. She was an early and vocal supporter – in these pages – of the National Homeschool Association. She wrote The first article on homeschooling to appear in a national magazine: Good Housekeeping. She has been News Editor for this magazine...
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Turning Points: 27 Visionaries

Turning Points: 27 Visionaries

Turning Points: 27 Visionaries in Education Tell Their Own Stories, with contributions from writers such as Alfie Kohn, Carlo Ricci, Chris Mercogliano, Helen Hegener, Herbert Kohl, John Taylor Gatto, Mary Leue, Pat Montgomery, Riane Eisler, and many others, is a collection of stories about education from those who have dared to do things in...
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The Lives of Homeschoolers

Mary Nix: Over the years Home Education Magazine has consistently offered glimpses into the lives of homeschoolers via articles and interviews. Here are a few of those interviews, along with updated resources: I recall reading and being deeply touched by Helen Hegener’s Conversation with Michelle Wilbert: Living life “Close to the Root” in the...
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Learning Seasons

Mary Nix has collected a delightful mix of articles from past issues of Home Education Magazine under the heading 'Homeschool Seasons,' and it includes writings on children and learning by Amber P. Keefer, Helen Hegener, Linda Dobson, Larry and Susan Kaseman, Barbara Theisen, Joyce Kurtak Fetteroll, Karen Vogel, and Tamara Orr. As Mary notes,...
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Unschooled Journalism: Helen Hegener

Debbie Harbeson interviewed Helen Hegener for her blog, Homeschooling: Freedom and Fun for Your Family
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