Living Education Journal

Please enjoy our free seasonal journal, Living Education. In each edition, we celebrate and explore issues most relevant to homeschooling families.

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Spring 2017: Flow

Flow brings to mind an athlete, artist, or musician who is totally focused and performing optimally. Flow can also relate to how the seasons flow into one another, or how the phases of our lives (or our careers) flow from one to the next. Flow is seen in the stages of parenting, and the relationships between family members. Read about what “getting in the flow” of teaching, learning, and living means to several guest authors.

Fall 2016: Finding Your Tribe

In some ways, it could be easy to think that homeschoolers are already a tribe unto themselves, a ready-made group of like-minded people in any online or local community. But homeschooling appeals to a very diverse group of people, and finding your tribe among them can enhance the experience, making it richer and more meaningful for both you and your children. In this issue, a diverse group of contributors share how they found their tribe—some through a transformative experience, like international travel; others in an unexpected way or place.

Spring 2016: Go Wild!

As we demonstrated in our last issue of Living Education, going wild means more than just embracing the reckless joyfulness of longer, warmer days and more time spent outside. Going wild also means staying open to possibility, noticing the beauty in your everyday surroundings, and nurturing reverence for the unexpected magic that can happen when you’re willing to do something a little out of the ordinary.This issue is packed with accounts of how nature study and spending time outdoors has become an integral part of many homeschoolers’ experience. Enjoy, and try going a little wild yourself!

For past issues, visit Living Education archives.

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