20+ Years of Home Education Taught Me This

20+ Years of Home Education Taught Me This

I could paper a room with lists and lists of the valuable insights into education and learning I have amassed over the past two decades.  But it is these two that matter most: We do not need schools. We do need teachers. Some quick background:  I have four kids, all...
How is the transition from home education to college?

How is the transition from home education to college?

Colleges and homeschooled students themselves report that the transition into the time-management and self-study of college life is seamless.  Why?  Because it closely mirrors their high school years. Crucially, recent studies show that homeschooled students perform...
Catalyzing Your Child’s Online Learning

Catalyzing Your Child’s Online Learning

Deposited (somewhat unceremoniously) onto the doorstep of online schooling, many households have been in a tailspin.   It was abrupt – almost like a switch was flipped — and there was little time for parent or child to make the emotional adjustments needed for...
How to Bake Pi by Eugenia Cheng

How to Bake Pi by Eugenia Cheng

How to Bake Pi is a one-of-a-kind book about the mathematics of mathematics in which each chapter begins with a familiar recipe. It’s illuminating and fun for both the math-anxious and the curious.  It is the perfect book for a home educator to read together (or read...

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