I’ve noticed a pattern as to when I am frustrated, especially in the course of homeschooling.
Our first year of homeschooling fulfills me as a teacher more than I expected.
Applying Structured Ethical Reflection
The boringest title I could come up with for an exciting and upcoming endeavour.
Why Sayers’ “Education” is Almost Unschooling
I finally do more homework on classical education and realize the basis for it is not what I thought.
Good Writer, Good Teacher
Ah, books. Removing the limits of time and space on teaching.
Started one thing and now we’re doing another.
Classical vs. Unschooling
Literature on unschooling and classical seem to share much common ground.
Montessori and the #TeacherLife
I dive into reading about Montessori and come out very happy for reasons unexpected.
Apparently You Can’t Teach Critical Thinking
TL; DR: The more you know, the better you think. Because you can’t think, if you don’t know.
On John Holt and Homeschooling
The last in a three-part response to John Holt’s Teach Your Own, and why I’m a big fan of unschooling.