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Teaching to the Whole Brain By Michele Wolf

Teaching to the Whole Brain By Michele Wolf

Teaching to the Whole Brain By Michele Wolf Welcome to my left brain.  It is my language center and it adores the written word.  It loves to read, write, and think in words.  The left brain is well supported in traditional educational approaches: textbooks, lectures, worksheets, essays, reports, and written tests.  The halls of [...]

Fifty Dangerous Things – and Gourds: Resources by Becky Rupp

Fifty Dangerous Things  – and Gourds: Resources by Becky Rupp

Fifty Dangerous Things and Gourds: Resources by Becky Rupp Fifty Dangerous Things (You Should Let Your Children Do) Gever Tulley’s Fifty Dangerous Things (You Should Let Your Children Do) (Tinkering Unlimited, 2009) is a lot less terrifying than it sounds. (In fact, a lot of it, compared to some of the dangerous things my kids decided to do, [...]

You Have to Be Taught to Hate By Mary McCarthy

You Have to Be Taught to Hate By Mary McCarthy

You Have to Be Taught to Hate By Mary McCarthy Help with my persuasive essay against homeschooling? So for school I have to do a persuasive essay against homeschooling. (I do NOT think homeschooling is a good idea.) … My three arguments for why homeschooling is bad are: -It isolates children from the real world -Parents may not be as [...]

Is It Legal to Homeschool Other Peoples’ Children? By Carol Topp, CPA

Is It Legal to Homeschool Other Peoples’ Children? By Carol Topp, CPA

Is It Legal to Homeschool Other Peoples' Children? By Carol Topp, CPA As a CPA that advises homeschool leaders, I am often asked if it is legal to homeschool other people's children. There are many ways to homeschool, from a completely home-based education to some sort of shared teaching through a homeschool co-op, on-line class or private [...]

Special Needs Children: Better Off at Home? By Michele Wolf

Special Needs Children: Better Off at Home? By Michele Wolf

Parents at the Helm, I'm happy to introduce to you our newest guest commentator, Michele Wolf. Michele is the creator of Intellego Unit Studies, a collection of wonderful resources enjoyed by many homeschooling families! She is also Mom to a special needs child, and today she shares with you her thoughts on public education's response to special [...]

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