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The individual approach to education is the oldest form of education; it began in the home, before schools were ever created. For devout religious societies such as the Ancient Israelites, this kind of education was passed from parent to child within the home. Many great masters in the arts have been very successful with this […]Continue reading
This query was posted recently on TJEd Muse on yahoo. I thought I would give my answer here.Questions are in italics. For those unfamiliar with Thomas Jefferson Education aka Leadership education, I suggest two good books: A Thomas Jefferson Education Teaching a Generation of Leaders for the Twenty-First Century by Oliver Van Demille Leadership Education: […]Continue reading
This was a question posed on TJEdMuse, a yahoo group: " I am reading the books now for how to best implement TJEd [Thomas Jefferson Education]in our home. Our oldest is 12 and has expressed a desire to try for one of the military academies. We're clearly past Core with him and I suppose past […]Continue reading
Are you:* Feeling exhausted, because you are missing sleep preparing for the next day’s lessons? * Spending too much time searching the internet trying to cobble together a curriculum?* Tired of spending hours fighting through long lessons that are obviously too long for your child’s attention span?* Unsure of what knowledge to cover in homeschool […]Continue reading
Are you just beginning the homeschool journey? Do you have teens or children with attitude and educational issues…? Are you wondering where to start and how to overcome these difficulties? Recently, I read this in an online forum and decided to address this here. "Our first day of homeschool is tomorrow. I have a 12 […]Continue reading
Keep Pedaling and Moving Forward!When parents begin to homeschool, many look for a curriculum as a vehicle to help move their children towards being educated. Maybe the vehicle is not just a curriculum, but taking other things into account that impact children’s heart, allegiance, character, work ethic, brain development, core body balance, executive function, socialization […]Continue reading