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Is Homeschooling a Teenager Different than Homeschooling an Elementary School-Aged Child?

Is Homeschooling a Teenager Different than Homeschooling an Elementary School-Aged Child?

Is Homeschooling a Teenager Different than Homeschooling an Elementary School-Aged Child? BY CAFI COHEN Teenage homeschooling presented a new set of challenges. Our children wanted to try all sorts of things with which we were only vaguely familiar. Our son wanted a private pilot's license. Our daughter needed outlets for all kinds of [...]

How a Teen Makes the Best of Educational Freedom

How a Teen Makes the Best of Educational Freedom

How a Teen Makes the Best of Educational Freedom BY LINDSEY JOHNSON Make the best...well, the best is different for different people, so it's not easy to tell how one should make the best of her educational freedom. It depends on her own goals and ambitions and dreams. It depends on the person. The whole point of having autodidactic freedom is [...]

What Does Unschooling Mean and How Is It Different from Homeschooling?

What Does Unschooling Mean and How Is It Different from Homeschooling?

What Does Unschooling Mean and How Is It Different from Homeschooling? Back in 1985, we'd made the decision to become a homeschooling family. No one I talked to knew anything about homeschooling. Despite not knowing anything, they were all, nonetheless, quite certain it was illegal. I was ecstatic when, upon reviewing the latest copy of Growing [...]

Does Your Child Learn In a Right-Brain Manner?

Does Your Child Learn In a Right-Brain Manner?

Does Your Child Learn In a Right-Brain Manner? By Cindy Gaddis, author of The Right Side of Normal: Understanding and Honoring the Natural Learning Path for Right-Brained Children Cindy's guest post is from the Introduction of her new book. Just as there are always two sides to every story, science and research show us there are two working [...]

Lazy Learning

Lazy Learning

Lazy Learning by Wendy Priesnitz “Education is hanging around until you’ve caught on.” ~ Robert Frost Few things seem to trouble parents more than the possibility our kids might be lazy. I guess it’s the legacy of that old Puritan Work Ethic – and you don’t have subscribe to any particular religion to suffer from it! Like our [...]

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