Category Archives: education

Choosing Curriculum: Two Important Tips

I’ll tell you something I heard an experienced homeschooling mom say at a conference once. She was something of a curriculum expert, in that she is really, really good at describing the pros and cons of different ones and people wrote her about it and she published books- and spoke at conferences. She said again […]

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What Does Homeschooling Look Like On Bad Days?

You tell me.=) Share! Blog this! Recommend on Facebook Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Bookmark in Browser Tell a friend

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Blast from the past, Isyerbit on our schools

It always baffles me when people imagine that stuff like this is somehow a departure from the norm: Seriously now, how hard is to write questions for third-graders that don’t (a) address creepy topics like cannibalism, (b) ask how many slaves it would take to pick an orchard clean, or (c) intrude on their and their family’s privacy […]

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Fixing the Attention

From: The Intelligence: A Semi-monthly Journal of Education, Volume 24, 1904 Share! Blog this! Recommend on Facebook Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Bookmark in Browser Tell a friend

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Five Little Peppers Copywork Printables

Links appear broken, but if you click on them they will show up full size:     Yeah, sorry about that one.  =) Click on the ‘broken’ images for the full sized version:   More copywork pages: From Five Little Peppers and How They Grew: Here– along with some tips and hints on how to […]

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