Tag Archives: homeschoolers

  • Streamable Learning Brings the World to Your Home Affordably

    http://www.streamablelearning.com by Emerson Sandow The Internet has made possible tremendous changes in our lives. One of the most significant is in educational content creation and delivery. Now your child or support group can have real-world learning experiences at home. A company called Streamable Learning offers a very wide menu of supplemental video streaming “field trips” Continue Reading

  • Dabble – Fast-Paced Word Board Game

    www.inillc.com 7112 Cypress Hill Drive Gaithersburg, Maryland 20879 E-mail: jvohra@inillc.com Review by Jennifer Nairne Like many other families, Thursday night is Game Night at our house. It is a familiar scene to most – Mom, Dad, Grandma, Grandpa, and the kids join around the kitchen table for a friendly board game. We are a vision Continue Reading

  • When Is a Peer Not a Peer?

    by Michael Leppert I am dissatisfied with the misuse of the word “peer” to be synonymous with one who is equal to another in age. The word “peer” originally meant equal in rank — lumping age into that definition came much later and is purely the result of institutional schools. When do adults ever find Continue Reading

  • Pike County, Indiana School Superintendent Gets a Legal Lesson From Homeschoolers

    By Emerson Sandow http://www.pikecountyin.org/ Suzanne Blake, the Pike County, Indiana, School Superintendent recently erroneously stated that homeschooling families had “to register with the state, to remain in compliance with the education attendance law.” A homeschooling family who noticed this statement and knew it to be in error, notified the HSLDA Indiana branch and the homeschool Continue Reading

  • Kids Can Code – Developing Computer Proficiency with Fun!

    (818) 794-0522 info@kidscancode.org http://kidscancode.org/ Learning to write computer code has never been more important. In the coming years, it will become like knowing a written language that is necessary for commerce throughout the world. The underlying belief of Kids Can Code is that all children should learn to code, to be as proficient as possible Continue Reading