In this week's episode, we ask Ellen's sisters a few questions about what they think school is like. We hope this silly episode is enjoyable! If you're able, please donate to...
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Fun fact: shibori is the Japanese word for tie-dye!
In this episode, we discuss child-led learning, a process where students take ownership (to varying degrees) of their own learning. Again, sorry for some choppy audio. You can find us at Ask a Homeschooler on Facebook and Instagram.
In this episode, we talk a little more in detail about the process of deschooling! Sorry if the audio is a little choppy at points - we had a lot of technical difficulties this week. The articles Ellen referenced were from https://www.thehomeschoolmom.com/
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In this episode, we discuss what this podcast is, who we are, and a little bit about the basic theory of homeschooling vs. regular school. Lots of rambling ensues! Please forgive our audio quality while we are learning. Find us on Instagram @askahomeschooler and on Facebook at Ask a Homeschooler Podcast