Posts Tagged ‘ homeschooling dads ’

May-June Issue

May-June Issue

The May-June issue brings several articles highlighting creative ways to engage your children in learning, and our regular columnists add depth and perspective by addressing questions about older kids, advice for dads, and the critical difference between the words ‘homeschooling’ and ‘home schooling.’ Check out the articles and columns available to read free online,...
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Best Places for Homeschoolers

Best Places for Homeschoolers

Gregory and Martine Millman, authors of Homeschooling: a Family’s Journey (Tarcher, 2008), wrote recently on their blog of the same name: “…We have always paid close attention to the relationship between homeschooling, economics, and lifestyle. The global financial crisis that began shortly after publication of our book led us attempt to identify the best...
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When Dad Homeschools

When Dad Homeschools

“For a man to place himself in the home on a full-time basis turns cultural assumptions on their head, but for him to take on the task of full-time homeschooling forces him to re-evaluate his own assumptions.” – Jim Dunn The topic of dads homeschooling their children full time is the subject of Jim...
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Broader Issues

Broader Issues

Homeschooling father and essayist Earl Gary Stevens wrote with rare common sense when he advised, “Whatever our individual circumstances, whether or not we have children in schools, we must still be able to express our misgivings about schooling in general and to offer support and encouragement for those who are searching for a way...
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Buccaneer-Scholars

HEM columnist Laura Weldon shares a beautifully-written post about an interview from a recent issue. In Calling Out the Buccaneer-Scholars she writes: I’ve been ruminating every which way about buccaneer living ever since reading a remarkable interview in Home Education Magazine between publisher Helen Hegener and James Marcus Bach. Bach, an internationally recognized expert...
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