History of Homeschooling in America
HSLDA: Our History
Homeschooling in America's List of Famous Homeschoolers
Marking the Milestones: Historical Times
A Home School History Lesson
History of Homeschooling
PR Mama Perspective: Understanding the Homeschool Market
A Fifteen Year Perspective
Targeting a Message: Homeschoolers and Social Media
A Call to Righteousness
What is Homeschooling?
John Holt: Teach Your Own Children...at Home
A Homeschooler's History of Homeschooling - Part 3: 1990-1992
A Brief History of Homeschooling
Battling for the Heart and Soul of Home-Schoolers
So You're Thinking About Homeschooling: Fifteen Families Show How You Can Do It
Homeschoolers' Success Stories : 15 Adults and 12 Young People Share the Impact That Homeschooling Has Made on Their Lives
Each chapter begins with a photo and yearbook-style sketch of the personality, complete with favorite areas of study and a memorable quote. The biographies are short and insightful, with the author often injecting her own thoughts. Dobson, the mother of three homeschooled children, has written numerous books on the topic (The Homeschooling Book of Answers and Homeschooling: The Early Years, among them) and is a news editor and columnist for Home Education Magazine. In her casual, succinct writing style, she brings to life personalities that have little in common beyond their method of education. Some were taught at home completely; others for only a few years. They offer advice, warnings, and fond memories. And their overriding message is that homeschooled people are just as diverse and interesting as the students found in traditional schools. "We are not alone," is the cry heard from these pages. --Jodi Mailander Farrell
Real-Life Homeschooling: The Stories of 21 Families Who Teach Their Children at Home
The book that shows homeschooling in action!
What does it really mean when parents say they homeschool their child or children? For Rhonda Barfield -- a homeschooler for the past 10 years -- the definition is as diverse as the 21 families she studies in this eye-opening book.
From the city to the country, apartments to split-levels, you'll enter each household and see education in action. Discover the challenges and rewards of tailoring instruction to each child's needs while catering to his or her inquisitiveness and curiosity. See why the number of children being taught by their parents is growing nationwide -- at home, there are no overcrowded classrooms, no unknown dangers lurking in the halls, and no doubts as to the quality of the education.
Whether you are just contemplating homeschooling or are a veteran seeking fresh ideas and help in overcoming obstacles -- look no further: Real-life Homeschooling shows just how practical and rewarding it is to educate children and provide them with what they need most -- you!
Homeschooling: A Patchwork of Days: Share a Day With 30 Homeschooling Families
These writers invite the reader into their homes and advise, "Don't mind the mess." Their passages are often funny and unflinchingly honest. They aren't embarrassed to tell you they whipped out SpaghettiOs for a hurried lunch or stole a peek at CNN while ignoring the chaos in the playroom. Some of the families have created highly structured school environments within their homes, with desks and sharpened pencils. Others promote freestyle learning, with their children sprawled across the house working on projects or reading in between walking the dog, playing games, and riding bikes. The majority of families here live in Pennsylvania, the author's home state, but one writes from as far away as Scotland, another lives on a mountain in Alaska, and yet another checks in from a college town in Texas. Their learning logs, reading lists, and journal entries, along with family photos, help illustrate the book. The quilt they piece together is a great service to those wondering how to approach homeschooling. --Jodi Mailander Farrell
Homeschool Open House
The Politics of Survival: Home Schoolers and the Law
Who Stole Homeschooling
A Homeschooler's History of Homeschooling - Part 4: H.R. 6
A Brief History of American Homeschooling
On the Edge of the 21st Century
A Homeschooler's History of Homeschooling - Part 5: The Gentle Spirit Controversy
The Good, The Bad, The Inspiring
A Home School History Lesson
Homeschooling Growth in the 1980s
Homeschooling: Back to the Future?
A Homeschooler's History of Homeschooling - Part 2: Influences
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