Tag Archives: homeschooling

But What About Socialisation?

Any homeschooling family will tell you that one of the most frequently heard objections to their educational choice is “socialisation”. Though generally well-meaning, but often ill-informed, people will always bring this one up. They are concerned that your child, being … Continue reading

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Motivating the Unmotivated Child

“I didn’t learn much in school last year,” said the 11 year old boy I look after. “Oh, really?” I asked. “Why not?” “I don’t think my teacher was very good and it felt like a waste of time going … Continue reading

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Homeschooling in Australia

When I tell people that I am working on a business that promotes and supports homeschooling one of the first questions people ask me is how many children are homeschooled in Australia. ┬áTypically I can immediately bring up statistics for … Continue reading

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