Every time I meet a classroom teacher, or a homeschooling parent who was previously a classroom or was trained as a teacher, and we start to chat about teaching, they have so many horror stories to share. Almost always those of them who aren't homeschooling their own school-age children, express the wish that they could.
I, too, have my own horror stories to share
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A Homeschool Evaluator's Brief Bio
Decades ago, I was a small child being homeschooled on a homemade yacht as my family sailed the world. My parents used a combination of prepared curriculum and no curriculum at all. The curriculum was, in a way, akin to today’s virtual school lessons as it was made by a government school as part of their system of teaching those who couldn’t attend classes (though in my case, the government in question was the state of
I was making plans to homeschool my children long before they were born and even before I met my husband. I’d been homeschooled for a couple of my own elementary years, back when my family was sailing around the world in the ferro-cement yacht that my dad built; obviously, there are no schools far out at sea, and my mother’s plans to hire a trained