It’s week four already! Have you filed your Notice of Intent? (It’s due tomorrow.)
Let’s jump into learning styles in this week’s (not) back-to-school bundle. For kids who have been in school and are beginning home education, the transition can be tricky, but no worries! HEAV has some excellent resources and wisdom available to help you find the answers.
Life is a balancing act, but back-to-school doesn’t have to be the thing that tips the scales.
Traditional schooling, classical approach, unschooling, online, hybrid…Whatever style you choose, you DO have what it takes, and you aren’t going to ruin your kids.
AUDIO: If there’s one thing we know about homeschooling, it’s that there is no cookie-cutter way to educate kids. Let’s take a look at how you can take a step outside the homeschool box and innovate ways for your children to learn, tailoring their education to their learning style.
Technology is integrated into every aspect of education, but research shows that it is best to unplug and use hands-on, face-to-face, paper-and-pen methods much of the time.
Sometimes called “delight-directed” schooling, unschooling is used in some form by a large number of homeschoolers at some point—because when kids are excited about something, they will astound you with their ability to learn.
The transition from school to home can feel so stressful, but it’s possible to make it a little smoother. Let’s listen in on how parents can plan for this event and make it seamless.
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