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Homeschooling: Trusting In Yourself and Your Child

Homeschooling: Trusting In Yourself and Your Child

Homeschooling: Trusting In Yourself and Your Child By Linda Dobson John Holt, often credited as the "granddaddy of homeschooling," in his landmark book How Children Learn (Dell, 1967), boiled down the complicated business of helping children learn into just two words: "Trust children." This sounds so simple, but in our culture it just may [...]

Homeschooling Is a Gift that Keeps Giving

Homeschooling Is a Gift that Keeps Giving

Homeschooling Is a Gift that Keeps Giving  By Linda Dobson Number one grandchild, Emily, has in the blink of an eye reached that dubious milestone known as “school aged,” and yet her homeschooling continues. You can imagine this Grandma’s mental cartwheels, thrilled that what I consider the gift of homeschooling is still giving within [...]

Homeschooling: When Doubting Thomas Is Your Husband…Or Yourself

Homeschooling: When Doubting Thomas Is Your Husband…Or Yourself

Homeschooling: When Doubting Thomas Is Your Husband...Or Yourself By Linda Dobson I'd love to report that when homeschooling is the topic of spousal discussions, it produces an instant meeting of the minds. This isn't always the case. While in some households Dad tries his darnedest to sway Mom, more often it appears to be the opposite [...]

Homeschooling: Dealing with Doubting Relatives

Homeschooling: Dealing with Doubting Relatives

Homeschooling: Dealing with Doubting Relatives By Linda Dobson It's one thing to paint your house, only to have your mother-in-law stick up her nose and mutter something about nausea. It's quite another to soul-search, decide that the very best thing you can do for your children is to create a new family lifestyle, then listen to her wail that [...]

Homeschooling Starts In Many Different Places

Homeschooling Starts In Many Different Places

Homeschooling Starts In Many Different Places By Linda Dobson For some folks, the decision to pursue homeschooling is a piece of cake compared to actually facing the first day of complete responsibility for their children's education. I know: I've been there. There can never be a definitive "how to" book for this occasion, no matter how loudly [...]

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