17 10, 2016

Homework, Homeschool, and Mothers: The Weekly Mentor by Oliver DeMille

Trapped Sometimes reading a certain article, book, blog, tweet or other idea just … sticks. It resonates. It’s memorable. It makes you think. Or laugh. Maybe it causes you to frown. Or shake your head in surprise. For example, I recently read an article published [...]

3 08, 2016

Breathe… A Deeper Look at Inspired Education: The Weekly Mentor

Living Inspiration The word “inspire” is one of the most powerful in the English language. It contemplates major improvement, massive personal change, and real societal progress—because when a person is inspired, he does things at a whole new level, frequently in entirely new ways. If [...]

19 01, 2016

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 [...]

6 11, 2015

Inspiration Smoothies: Good Days and Good Days

How was your day? Recently, on our Facebook discussion group, I read the following comment: "Today was an awesome homeschool day. With lots of reading, counting, math, science, art, history, even some helping around the house, cooking, and quality outdoor time. It would be cool [...]

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