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Busy is all around us.
A hallmark of the teens years is the coming and going.
Although we have always strived for a slower pace as a family, life circumstances have slowed us down even more.
And it’s given me a unique perspective.
A chance to observe.
Slow down. Cast a vision.
We don’t really need to be pushed around by the press of life; we just think we do. Somehow we have given value to being overly committed. – Honey for a Child’s Heart
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Homeschool Podcasts for Independent & Authentic Learning.
Links & Resources from Today’s Podcast
Below are some links mentioned in the podcast and in the original post.
Earning Credit with a Project Based High School– Putting your kids’ interests into coursework at the high school level and how to quantify the credits.
Project Workspace– a look at the project spaces in our home
Scheduling Time for Creative Pursuits– How do you fit in the creative moments among all the other necessary school work?
Creating Opportunities for Your Homeschooled Teen– As homeschooling parents, we make things happen for our kids. What happens in the high school years?
Creating Other Worlds: Writing Fantasy & Science Fiction– Pouring into a writing passion. Some resources.
Entomology the Science of Insects– A project area for two of our kids.
Sewing & Design– Our designer’s work over her teen years
College without High School– How to batch your high school work so that college applications fall into place
Project Based Homeschooling– An in depth look at how you can use serious projects in your homeschool
Free Range Learning– a survey of using real life experiences in your school work
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