Posts Tagged ‘ unschooling ’

A Whole New Game, by Kelly Green

A Whole New Game, by Kelly Green

Sure, homeschooling is effective. Yes, homeschooling produces well-educated, functional adults who contribute to their communities and can support themselves financially. But that’s all old news. So what’s the new news? The new news is that, like Billy Beane’s Athletics, we have changed the terms of engagement. Only we go even further than the A’s....
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from our current July-August Issue

from our current July-August Issue

The Gardening Tot The garden is alive with sensory experiences that children of all ages are itching to explore. Whether you have enough space to plant a small backyard garden or a simple window garden, all young children will benefit from the opportunity to explore and manipulate different aspects of the garden, such as...
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What’s so Special about Homeschooling?

What’s so Special about Homeschooling?

Homeschooling works, by creating strong, happy families Homeschooling is legal in all 50 states, and in many other countries Homeschooling is wonderfully unique for each family and each learner Homeschooling offers maximum flexibility in education Homeschooling results in intelligent, confident, capable people  
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Reader Responses: Q&A

Reader Responses: Q&A

In every issue of Home Education Magazine two questions of interest to homeschoolers are selected and posed to our readers, and in return our readers are invited to respond to these questions with their own experiences and wisdom. The questions are chosen and the answers are lightly edited, primarily for space and clarity, by...
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Homeschool Revelations

Homeschool Revelations

Defining homeschooling is a little like describing a color, and every bit as elusive. You can rely on commonly-held descriptions; for example, we generally all agree on what blue looks like, but what about cobalt, aqua, navy, cyan, sapphire, azure, indigo, cerulean, turquoise or cornflower? It’s the same with homeschooling. There’s a generally accepted...
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