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Ever since Amrita discovered Miley Ray Cyrus, Taylor Swift’s (eventually a host other musicians) music at age 12, she was hooked on country music. She started learning the guitar (daddy taught her the only 3 chords that he knew – the … Continue reading
What is natural learning? It is learning that comes naturally to the child. Natural learning is learning that is self-motivated …, it has to be interest-driven
This is an interesting piece – helps understands and opens our mind to approaches to college and higher education. We urge parents to rethink education and learning.
Continuing a series of previously published articles on FAMILYPLACE, might be useful to some. FamilyPlace, a project funded by DAGS, is the predecessor of Learning Beyond Schooling when our children were very young and reflected our thoughts as young(er parents). … Continue reading
For parents trying to survive in destitute countries, all they pray for is for their young to grow strong enough to survive the harsh daily realities of life: drought, diseases and starvation. Because life is as unpredictable as rain fall, … Continue reading
Somene asked us the other day: “As homeschoolers, what system should one adopt?” Our answer: What we parents should be exploring is not what system or schooling to adopt but go deeply into what learning truly this. This involves understanding … Continue reading
Happy New Year from all of us @CLiC Enjoy this simple presentation from our Chinese Class (students and parents)
This an interesting video. Glad to know that he is a fan of homeschooling. It is also nice to see how he attempts to bridge the different approaches.
Here a question we received last week. If you have a question click here. We received this question from Zuhaila: My son has been diagnosed as a brain injury. Worry to send him to school….Can I still homeschool my son … Continue reading