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Brave Writer

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My Writing


Brave Writer

My Writing - Brave Writer

I started working for Brave Writer as a homeschool coach in the Homeschool Alliance the summer of 2015. It has been a fantastic experience and I am still in awe at what Julie has created over there—an accepting, supportive community focused around growth and learning in our homeschooling. A sort of "continuing education" program for homeschoolers where we focus on how our kids (as well as ourselves!) learn and grow and what we can do to support that growth.

Reframe Their Resistance

Keeping Enchantment Alive in High School

Does Brave Writer Intimidate You?

Email: Trust the Process

 

Read more at:  A Brave Writer's Life in Brief

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My Writing


VaHomeschoolers

My Writing


VaHomeschoolers

My Writing - VaHomeschoolers

I have been a volunteer with The Organization of Virginia Homeschoolers since I first started considering homeschooling, serving on the Board of Directors from 2006-2016. I often wrote (and still write) for their amazing magazine, the VaHomeschoolers Voice. Some of those articles have been made available online. 

Lessons Learned: On Not Getting It All Done

Trusting the Process, Even in the Teen Years

Dealing with the Inevitable Homeschool Panic

It's All in How You Look at It

Shift Happens

A Case Study: Learning Against the Grain

Encouraging Reading in "Late" Readers

Book Review: Learning Through History Magazine

 

Read more: VaHomeschoolers Voice Article Library

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Life Without School

My Writing


Life Without School

My Writing - Life Without School

From 2006-2008, I was a featured author on the community blog, Life Without School. The blog is no longer active, however, the archives remain up and it is a wealth of information. I wrote some of my favorite posts over there, and although I have linked to them at various times on this blog, I wanted to pull them all together in one place.

It’s Not the Child

Sheltering Kids

Learning What is Not Necessary

Time is a Homeschooler's Best Friend

How Can You Learn If You Can't Read?

The "Right" Way

Knowing When To Push

A Great Lesson to Re-Learn

How Jason Learned to Read

To Label or Not to Label

Do Homeschooled Kids "Miss Out?"

Who's in Charge?

The Curriculum Question

Answers to All Those Pesky Homeschooling Questions We Get

I Don't Know How You Do It

The Isolated Homeschooler

Read more at:  Life Without School

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