This post is an excerpt from our e-book, The 5 Habits of Highly Successful Homeschoolers >> Habit 2: Brainstorm a Blank Page “In theory, theory and practice are the same. In practice, they are not.” —Albert Einstein Teacher or Parent? One of the unnecessary [...]
About Rachel DeMilleRachel is the co-author of Leadership Education: The Phases of Learning and the audio series Core and Love of Learning: A Recipe for Success, and the author of the award-winning educational resource, This Week in History. She is an accomplished musician, writer, literary editor, public speaker, consultant and momschool organizer.
Presented by Oliver DeMille Leadership Education (TJEd) & The Center for Social Leadership “Now more than ever!” Freedom is under attack by many leading institutions and groups in the U.S. and internationally. People who care about our freedoms need to understand what is really [...]
Part I: Flying Puzzles and a Whole Lot of Cuteness One thing I love about children is how often they teach us about themselves. Seriously, they say kids don't come with an instruction manual, and I totally see where they're coming from. Yet, the more [...]
REALITY CHECK: What are you doing right now to both make it a better summer and a more successful homeschool in the fall? Here in the Northern Hemisphere**, the traditional school year has just ended and families are gearing up for a new summer routine. [...]
Giving Your Kids a Head Start by Emma DeMille Cox Listen While You Play A few weeks ago, Ian and I traveled down to my parents' house with our little boys, to do the month's MIC recording on Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet". We spent several [...]
Rabbit Trails This last week the Super Bowl was in the news quite a bit, and due to our particular interest in it, my kids and I got sucked into a YouTube vortex exploring various renditions of the national anthem of the United States. Which, [...]