Let’s discuss the difference between fighting for something and fighting about it.
I go over the three myths of childhood chores and how to truly get your child’s buy in on housework, if you find it necessary.
Let’s discuss how to balance the temptation to keep homeschooling rigorous enough with getting our children into a state of “relaxed alertness.”
I answer the question: How can I shed my fear that my children won’t be ready to enter the school system one day? We discuss the difference between being educated and being schooled, being a learner and being a student.
How do we facilitate learning in a way that encourages joy, curiosity, and the natural inclination to discover new things? Let’s explore how growing minds can absorb the three R’s of education in an interesting and engaging way.
1 hr 10 min
I outline the five steps to creativity in teaching and how, even if you believe you are not a creative person, you can discover imaginative ideas for learning.
1 hr 17 min
How do you give your child a well-rounded education when there are certain subjects they refuse to learn? I have a seven-step strategy to incorporate the subjects you have deemed necessary for your child’s academic growth.
Homeschooling should reflect a microcosm of society, not shelter children from different viewpoints. Let’s discuss how to create an open, diverse homeschooling community that you and your children can learn from.
One of the hardest decisions to make when your children’s lives and education are at stake is whether or not to stay with your partner or get a divorce. Let’s look at how to know when it’s time to go, what you can do to make staying work, and what to do when there’s no other option.
As we approach a new school year, many people are looking at homeschooling for the first time. How do we facilitate learning at home, possibly while working for hire, without disrupting our child’s education?