Experience-Based Learning, Simplified!–Part 4

You’ve read part 1, part 2 and part 3…you know all the ins and outs on how simple it can be to plan for Experience-Based Learning… Now let me walk you through how to actually USE the stations with your […]

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Experience-Based Learning, Simplified!–Part 3

So you’ve got Wakelet set up (part 1), and you’ve copied my blank stations for your use (part 2)…now what? Now it’s time to start brainstorming and planning for the first week! Brainstorm with your kids on things they are […]

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Experience-Based Learning, Simplified!–Part 2

So yesterday I got you set up to use Wakelet, and hopefully, you set yourself up an account and have had a chance to play around and get familiar with it. But if you didn’t read part 1 yet, go […]

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Experience-Based Learning, Simplified!–Part 1

I’ve been thinking that in the current coronavirus situation… …that Experience-Based Learning could really be a great way to handle homeschooling…maybe as a temporary shift in routine for veteran homeschoolers, and as a way to help ease the stress and […]

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Coronavirus Force you to Homeschool? Need Help?

I imagine you are probably pretty overwhelmed right now.  It’s a scary time already with this pandemic…Then add to that, many of us were already financially struggling and this situation is just making things much worse…and now public school parents […]

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Why education gaps don’t concern me

CC Image courtesy of Robert S. Donovan on Flickr This article originally published July 25, 2014 and updated on February 5, 2019 Gaps in my children’s homeschool education don’t concern me. I hear homeschoolers express fear over the dreaded “gaps” in their child’s education all the time. […]

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Research says to delay academics!

CC image courtesy of Leslie on Flickr This article originally published November 13, 2015 and updated on February 4, 2019 Recently articles about this Stanford research keep popping up in my news feed. It says we’re sending our kids to school too early. And that is possibly […]

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