Tag Archives: homeschooling

pedagogy…

Last night someone whose opinion I trust indicated to me that using the term “pedagogy” was really not going to fly for me. I think he was laughing at me for using that word to explain something to him. Heck, … Continue reading

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official, unofficial, whatever

I took the “Institute” out of my blog’s name. A while back, a year or two, maybe, I put it in there, probably unnoticed. That’s what this place where I live is officially called. Rainshadow Farm Institute. On my unfinished … Continue reading

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Courage

Even though nearly every educator that you may talk to, read, or hear knows that we continue to have a huge educational crisis in this country — things go on as they ever have.  Or at least as they ever … Continue reading

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Unschooling and working a job

Homeschooling and working: How to make it work By the time our family was fairly deeply into homeschooling, I think I knew more two-income homeschooling families than single-income families. The article I’ve posted has some good ideas. Some things my … Continue reading

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Jobless couple raise 10 homeless kids as their own – China.org.cn

Jobless couple raise 10 homeless kids as their own – China.org.cn.

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backyard wildlife habitat

Thanks to Sandra Dodd, quite a bit of my older articles have been saved.  Thank you Sandra!  The next step was to dig out my old floppies (yeah, I’m THAT old!) and begin to update them.  It will now be … Continue reading

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