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We recommend 2 more books to read. One relative easier read the other…. takes a little more discipline… Enjoy!
If you have not got enough of Sir Ken Robinson, this is a MUST BUY book.
Danger: School! Other India Press, Earthbooks This is an interesting resource to help us understanding the short-comings of schools and why we desparately need revaluate the entire education and liberalize it. As such, alternatives such as homeschooling is essential. Download … Continue reading
A Mind at a Time by Mel Levine Learningbeyondschooling says: An must read for all parents and parents-to-be! Homeschoolers, especially UNSCHOOLERS, Dr Levine’s ideas reinforces that learning can take place anywhere and anytime – if the child … Continue reading
I am a Pencil: A Teacher, His Kids, And Their World of Stories by Sam Swope “It’s really hard to communicate the sheer pleasure in teaching, and really connecting with, students like the ones Swope describes in such rich … Continue reading
The Short Bus: A Journey Beyond Normal by Jonathan Mooney This is a another great book. When we see our children “different” we panic and try whatever we can to make them “normal” again. We know of parents (those who … Continue reading
Einstein Never Used Flash Cards by Roberta Michnick Golinkoff Ph.D., Kathy Hirsh-Pasek Ph.D., Diane Eyer Ph.D. This is a very good book. We used much the materials to reinforce our approach to homeschooling in our presentation on March 28’s seminar. It’s written … Continue reading