Homeschool Unschool Australia! Winter 2012
This issue focuses on the changing nature of home education: virtual schools, unschooling, debunking some of those persistent myths about homeschooling. I delve into a favourite subject: collections! Financial concerns are never too far from our minds so I've included a focus on budgetting and finding home educating resources. Socialisation comes up frequently as topics for discussion in my online support groups, so there is a couple of articles on that, plus I share a few thoughts on natural learning, unschooling and trust. In Curriculum Corner, our spotlight is on learning to read. Guest columnist Tamara talks about e-readers. Plus our usual resource roundup, links to interesting articles, and my random musings on all things education and parenting!
Writing for and encouraging home educating families sustains me. It's a two way process : as a reader you offer me so much, for which I am very grateful and why I am committed to producing an affordable magazine. Feedback is always welcome and I'd love to hear your ideas about what you'd like to see included in future issues.
$18 is all it costs to get regular reassurance, encouragement, advice, tips, links to resources for all things home educating in your letter box; $12 for the e-version. Where else can you get four issues of a magazine for that price?
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My adult children think it was the bees knees to have the freedom to learn in ways that suited their needs, personalities and preferences when they were kids. I am passionate about helping you feel okay, strong and committed to your choice to home educate your children because I want you to experience the same joy I feel now.
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Beverley Paine with her children, and their home educated children, relaxing at home.
Together with the support of my family, my aim is to help parents educate their children in stress-free, nurturing environments. In addition to building and maintaing this website, I continue to create and manage local and national home educating networks, help to organise conferences and camps, as well as write for, edit and produce newsletters, resource directories and magazines. I am an active supporter of national, state, regional and local home education groups.
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We began educating our children in 1985, when our eldest was five. In truth, we had helped them learn what they need to learn since they were born. I am a passionate advocate of allowing children to learn unhindered by unnecessary stress and competition, meeting developmental needs in ways that suit their individual learning styles and preferences. Ours was a homeschooling, unschooling and natural learning family! There are hundreds of articles on this site to help you build confidence as a home educating family. We hope that your home educating adventure is as satisfying as ours was! Beverley Paine
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