Homeschooling Teenagers

Homeschooling Teenagers I miss the “good old days” when children played outside until sunset and argued because it was time to come inside.  Children were fit and healthy and never suffered from conditions like ADD, ADHD, Autism, Asthma, Eczema, and an array of food allergies.  However, it has come full circle.  Nowadays, we have to argue with them to go outside and almost every family has a child with one or more of the aforementioned conditions or a food allergy of some sort.  Since when did childhood become so rife…

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Technology in the Homeschool Classroom

Education is no longer about rote learning or memorizing details and facts. Our children still need to develop fundamental skills such as reading and writing but, in reality, we are living in a time when learners need to take a more active role in their own education. Children need to be engaged; they need to develop and learn skills that the outdated, “traditional Industrial Revolution education system” and passive learning style, can no longer provide them with. We need to redefine standards and curriculum. We need to ask ourselves exactly…

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