Posts Tagged ‘ homeschooling teenagers ’

Teens and Writing

Teens and Writing

As teenagers, our kids seldom did grammar exercises and never wrote reports and term papers. According to some in the educational establishment, they ought to be poor writers. Not so. Both got “A’s” in their college freshmen English classes. Friends now often ask them for help editing assignments. Both enjoy writing and produce credible...
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Embracing Curiosity

16 year old Anna recently started a blog titled Adversarian: the musings of a changing mind. She describers herself as “an unschooled teen recovering from public school.” From An Argument for Unschooling: Embracing Curiosity: Unschoolers don’t ( figuratively speaking ) sit in an empty library, waiting for their children to ask for a book....
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Teens – HEM Q&A

HEM’s Questions & Answers – July-August 2009 I’m begging for some advice from homeschool teens. How do you answer interrogations about why you don’t want to go to public school? And what answer do you give that gets them off your back while still maintaining your “coolness”? About HEM’s Questions & Answers
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