The Art of Home Education – * – Invision Education

Let the journey be shaped by the curiousity of the child…

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Lots of studies have been done on the effects of home education. Children who were educated at home fare higher on standardized achievement tests than peers in public school settings.
When homeschooled children are evaluated for social interaction, self-concept, self-esteem, and leadership skills, they typically score above the norm.

Article’s / studies

Homeschooling: from the extreme to the mainstream.
Academic statistics on homeschooling
Common Objections to Homeschooling- John Holt
Learning for Fun: Interview with Sandra Dodd – Unschooling Mom for 22 Years!55 Reasons to Homeschool
Henk Blok: is school echt zo belangrijk voor je sociaal-emotionele ontwikkeling?
Henk Blok: de effectiviteit van thuisonderwijs: een overzicht van onderzoeksresultaten.

Video’s

Ted Talk: What if we trusted you?
Ted Talk: Schools kill creativity. Ken Robinson
John Taylor Gatto: State Controlled Consciousness

Books

Teach your own, John Holt
The Unschooling Handbook, Mary Griffith
Big Book of Unschooling, Sandra Dodd
Thuisonderwijs in Nederland en Vlaanderen, Leah Witmond

Websites

Sandra Dodd
The Natural Child
The grown unschooler opportunity network
Roya Repeating Herself- Talk by grown homeschooler
Inspirational website for unschooling parents
Home Education in the Netherlands
Nederlandse Vereniging voor Thuisonderwijs
Thuisonderwijs.net
Amsterdam Home Learners
Leiden Home Learners

Pinterest

Pinboard: Homeschooling
Pinboard: School Stuff
Homeschoolers on Pinterest

Blogs

Mommy Labs

Dutch Blogs

Bolleboos
Ik krijg thuisonderwijs
Leah’s Thuisonderwijs Blog
Leer Meer
Mama Natuurlijk
Seeking Nectar
The world is our classroom
Van alle markten thuis
Zelluf doen!

Pagan Blogs

Fuel by Barbara
Homeschooling?! Really? Really!
Muse Mama
Pagan Homeschooling (Mis)Adventures
PaganDad
The Pagan Household
We Have Always Lived in a Homeschool

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