Posts Tagged ‘ homeschooling ’

Unschooled Journalism: Helen Hegener

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

I find inspiration and encouragement by reading my fellow homeschoolers' search for their own "personal conclusions."
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Christine’s Favorite Websites for Homeschooling

Christine’s Favorite Websites for Homeschooling Information, Support and/or Encouragement and Information about Teaching Children – a marvelous collection: The Thinking Mother: Christine’s Favorite Websites for Homeschooling Information, Support and/or Encouragement.
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Alive and well

How is homeschooling going to survive the forces that push our lives around? Well, I came across a post this morning that reassures me homeschooling is alive and well. Here is a gem pulled from Don’t Go Hatin’ On The Homeschoolers: Most homeschoolers I know laugh at the “socialization” arguement. Because for the majority...
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The Future of Reading Assessment?

As the line between homeschools and public schools is blurred I spend time watching new players. Check out Predictive Assessment of Reading.
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