• Teaching Time Management in Your Homeschool

    As home educators, teaching our children to learn independently is high on our list of priorities. We want our children to be self-learners, to love learning and be motivated to launch on that adventure on their own. But becoming an independent [...]

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    Training an Independent Learner

    One of the primary goals of home-based education is to encourage independent learning. We want our kids to be self-learners, to be curious about the world, and to find the answers to their questions. But getting to that point of independence can [...]

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    What to do when you can't determine a learning style

    Knowing your child's learning style or preference can make a big difference in your home based education, and yet it's not the deciding factor in your child's education. What happens if you can’t settle on one particular learning style for your[...]

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    How to create that &quote;aha&quote; moment of inspired learning in your homeschool

    Ryan Jackson is the Grade 7-8 Learning Coordinator at the Lowell campus for Bridge Charter Academy. Originally from Michigan, he graduated from Calvin College with a degree in Biology and a Teaching Science minor. After teaching in North [...]

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