Monthly Archives: August 2011

We homeschool, and I’m a teacher…part 2

Okay, I got a little carried away there on the last post. I feel passionately about how education works and doesn’t. Now, how do I reconcile being a teacher in a system I seem to oppose by home-educating my own … Continue reading

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We homeschool, and I’m a teacher…part I

Yes, I know, it’s ironic, oxymoronic, and probably illegal somewhere, but we home-educate our children and my job as a teacher pays the bills. Conflict of interest? Lemme ‘splain. Let’s begin at the beginning. I became a teacher before I … Continue reading

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My To-Don’t List

I love crossing things off a list. But now I have a whole list of things to be crossed off of my life. Does that sound strange? Wait til you read the list. Craig Groschel, in his book “Weird”, advocates … Continue reading

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Why we chose Home Education

The most popular response I get when people find out we homeschool is “Aren’t you worried about socialization?” To which I respond “Certainly. That’s precisely why we chose HOME education, because I don’t want my kids to learn their social … Continue reading

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