Complete and Continue
Your Homeschooling Mojo
Section 1: Welcome & administrivia
1b. How to use Teachable
1c. Connect with your fellow learners
1d. How to ask questions
Section 2: What's so wrong with schools?
2b. What is the role of schools?
2c. How did we get to where we are today? (A brief history of schooling)
2e. Where are we now?
2f. Standardized testing
2g. Student outcomes
2h. Parent Interview: Malaika Dower
2i. My story
2j. And where are you now?
2k. Where to go from here?
2l. Homeschooler interviews: Parents' experiences with school
Section 3: Who homeschools?
3a. What kinds of families homeschool?
3b. Homeschooler interviews: Schooling (& deschooling)
3c. Why do families homeschool?
3d. Homeschooler interviews: What made parents decide to homeschool their children?
3e. Homeschooler interviews: What do your family and friends think?
3f. Expert interview: Ama Mazama
Section 4: Is Homeschooling legal?
4b. Homeschooling regulations in the U.S
4c. Homeschooling regulations in Canada
4d. Homeschooling regulations in other countries
Section 5: How are we going to afford to homeschool?
5a. What about work?
5b. Homeschooler interviews: How does your family earn money?
5c. Can we get money for homeschooling?
Section 6: Do I need to know everything my child needs to know before I start homeschooling?
6a. Well, do I need to ?
6b. Homeschooler interviews: Getting confident with homeschooling
6c. What about children with special needs?
6d. What about 'gifted' learners?
6e. What about high school?
6f. Expert Interview: Wes Carroll. AKA the "Help, I can't teach math!" interview
6g. But aren't homeschooling parents 'experimenting' on their kids?
Section 7: Do I need a curriculum? And if so, which one?
7a. Theoretical approaches to homeschooling
7b. Homeschooler interviews: Do you use a curriculum? And if so, which one?
7c. Expert Interview: Cathy Duffy tells us how to evaluate curricula
7d. Introduction to unschooling
7e. Expert Interview: Ben Hewitt discusses unschooling
7f. Expert Interview: Pam Laricchia discusses deschooling
7g. Common objections to the unschooling approach (and some answers)
7i. More objections...more answers...and some thinking
7j. Expert interview: Deep dive on unschooling with Pat Farenga
7k. Homeschooler Interviews: Theoretical approaches
7l. Expert Interview: Lexi Henegar
7m. Homeschooler interviews: Rounding out of experience
Section Eight: What to homeschoolers do all day?
8a. Well, what do they do?
8b. Homeschooler interviews: Find out what they do all day!
8c. Homeschooler interviews: Would you ever let your child go to school?
8d. Homeschooler interviews: What about socialization?
Section Nine: The negative aspects of homeschooling
9b. Homeschooler interviews: The hardest part about homeschooling
Section Ten: How do homeschooled children turn out?
10a. Can homeschooled children get into college?
10b. But how do homeschooled students get into college without a high school transcript?
10c. Life after college
10d. Homeschooler interviews: Are homeschooled children well prepared for life?
10e. Homeschooler interviews: The transition to adult education
Section Eleven: Decision time!
11a. Homeschooler interviews: Advice! From them, for you!
11b. What have you decided?
11c. I want to homeschool...but I just can't.
11d. Do you know anyone who could benefit from this course?
11e. Find out more about the course interviewees here
7l. Expert Interview: Lexi Henegar
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