My new book, The Quick Guide to Learning through Video Games, is almost ready for beta readers! I’m looking for up to 10 beta readers to help me by reading the book and giving me feedback. Here’s what I’m looking … Continued
When we made the decision to homeschool our son, we knew that there were many positive results we could expect – individualized education, safety, less stress. What we didn’t know was that there would be an unexpected gift of homeschooling. … Continued
I’ve been meaning to write about this for a long time, but it was a blog post by someone else on the same topic that inspired me to do it. I hear parents and “experts” talking all the time about limiting … Continued
There’s a question that is asked every year at the holidays by family and friends who have no idea what unschooling is all about. That questions is, “Are you enjoying your break from school?” My son is perplexed whenever anyone … Continued
My son and I sat down this morning, as we do at the beginning of every semester, to discuss the topics of study for the coming several months. My son presents his choices, in priority order, then I present my … Continued
I was wandering around online this morning, looking for materials for the coming school year for my son, and I came across a 2014-15 planner for sale that initially looked pretty good. Let me tell you this now – I … Continued
Do you realize that most story tellers who make Hollywood movies and write famous novels use an age-old structure for their stories?This is Lesson One of twelve lessons about the structure of story. Get more details or purchase this lesson … Continued
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