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Posts Tagged ‘ Articles from 2002 ’

Light and Learning: How Full Spectrum Lighting Effects Learning

Light and Learning: How Full  Spectrum Lighting Effects Learning

If you want to see an immediate improvement in attitude in your family, replace pink and cool white fluorescent lighting with full spectrum light bulbs inside your home, and spend more time outside near if not in sunlight. (Sunburn doesn't help learning!)
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Must I Be Organized?

Is Keeping your Homeschooling Space Organized Important? by Ann Zeise Contrary to what some perfectionist homeschool moms espouse, organization is one of the LEAST important factors of a successful school year.  If your household and school room (school room? What’s that?) are organized, you may have a much smoother and more enjoyable time with your homeschooling,...
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A to Z Homeschool Articles from 2002

A to Z Homeschool Articles from 2002

Essays written and copyrighted by your Homeschooling Guide, Ann Zeise, as well as features written and copyrighted by guest essayists. Most feature articles also contain links. Early Days of AOL Homeschooling Forums – 12/12/02 December 2002 marks my 13th year online. Early days in Homefront Hall and AHEM chats and boards. Other People’s Children –...
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Early Days of AOL Homeschooling Forums

Early Days of AOL Homeschooling Forums

By Ann Zeise December 2002 marks my 13th year online. I had seen a November 1989 magazine offering a charter membership to some sort of thing called America On Line, and since I had recently inherited a free 1200 baud modem from someone, and had hitched it up to my MacPlus, I was looking...
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Other People’s Children

Someone else's children will ALWAYS know something that your kids don't. From your homeschooling guide, Ann Zeise.
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Read In Remembrance

Read In Remembrance

A time to read and share stories of freedom, courage and hope. by Tracey Thomas Fetting Read in Remembrance will be a time for children, teachers, parents, and community leaders to come together and share books and writings that teach and inspire; words that celebrate and honor the bravery and spirit of those who lost...
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Questions and Comments About Homeschooling

An upset educator wrote me today. Her questions may be some you also have, so I thought I’d put them up online. Ann, I am not necessarily for or against homeschooling. I think that homeschooling can be a rewarding and wonderful experience-IF IT IS DONE RIGHT!!! You make the assumption that there is one...
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Off Topic E-Conversations

Chit-Chatting Online by Ann Zeise I’ve been in many, many homeschool and other sorts of Social Networks and email lists, and when there isn’t a direct on topic question to answer, then everyone just chit chats. Do many of you go to a homeschool group park day and ONLY talk about homeschooling? Of course not! Often through...
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Helping Gifted Children Soar – Book Review

Helping Gifted Children Soar – Book Review

Very readable, well-organized, practical, on everything from dealing with pros and cons of special talents in the kids to responses that aren't always supportive in the teachers, to advocating for one's child. Essay by Ruth Richards, Creativity Researcher.
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