3 guidelines to choosing homeschool curriculum
academics / home educating planning / homeschooling / what is an education

3 guidelines to choosing homeschool curriculum

I went to a homeschool conference last spring, and I didn’t buy a thing. I must be… a. No longer homeschooling. b. Already in possession of enough books to occupy a public school library. c. Homeschooling ten years and have learned that I just don’t need it all. C it is! (Oh, and obviously also … Continue reading

high school options and post secondary school
academics / adolescence / homeschooling

high school options and post secondary school

Leaping into the great unknown is a homeschool family considering homeschooling high school. “They say” that homeschoolers must renew their homeschool intent when they cross the threshold from grade 8 homeschooling to high school homeschooling. A whole new world of commitment. There’s a whole new world of social pressure to consider. Not everyone that homeschools wants to homeschool … Continue reading

the price of freedom
academics / family life / homeschooling / parenting

the price of freedom

I have my PhD research paper thesis topic in mind (assuming I do one some day…): “Senility in aging homeschooling parents: Does it decline with increased homeschooling years?” My hypothesis: the longer years we homeschool, the higher likelihood we have of developing neural networks in the adult brain; therefore, lower incidence of senility. Ok, so it’s a … Continue reading