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A Summer Upgrade!: The Weekly Mentor by Oliver DeMille

Seasons and Lessons I recently saw two different ads in the same magazine that immediately made me think of TJEd. More to the point, they made me think of TJEd parents, youth, and kids, and what they are planning for the summer ahead. Here’s what [...]

The Weekly Mentor: The Harvard Class by Freeborn DeMille

By Freeborn DeMille The Class This was a really fun three months! But it was exciting for a surprising reason. The Harvard Class I took online was so enjoyable. At first I wasn’t sure I was going to like it. I’ve always enjoyed reading a [...]

TJEd Kitchen, Part 2: The Cookbooks!

by Rachel DeMille As mentioned in our previous post (on how to celebrate your kitchen as the heart and hub of a lot of great learning), there is a whole genre of literature that is worth exploring: literature-based cookbooks! Understand, I love all kinds of [...]

The TJEd Kitchen! by Oliver and Rachel DeMille

So much of what happens in a great homeschool takes place in the kitchen. Of course, you may already have your schoolroom, and/or a living room where everyone reads together, and various other places where learning takes place. In our book The Phases of Learning [...]

7 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Do TJEd

Leadership Education is not for everyone. And it might not be for you. So be forewarned - there are several reasons why you shouldn't do TJEd.... 1)   The TJEd learning model is chaotic and unregimented. TJEd expects too little from the smallest children. It promotes [...]

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