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Feb24
Individualized Learning is a Respecter of Persons, Not Timing

Individualized Learning is a Respecter of Persons, Not Timing

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Learning is a slow, steady, and oh, so personal process. It marks points in our kids’ maturity and lives without any interest in uniformity or really, convenience.

Feb12
Should I Become a Tiger Mom?

Should I Become a Tiger Mom?

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If Tiger Moms are known for their overparenting, then I am an underparenter. Am I doing it wrong?

Jan20
Three Kids, One Homework Packet…and a Million Distractions

Three Kids, One Homework Packet…and a Million Distractions

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A mom needs help teaching her child effective homework skills, especially when there are younger ones around whose homework is to distract their older sibling.

Jan15
Graduation is not the goal; it’s the by-product.

Graduation is not the goal; it’s the by-product.

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To say the high school goal is to graduate is much like saying one’s career goal is to be successful; both are temporal.

Jan07
Taking Flight in the Cold

Taking Flight in the Cold

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Schools are closed today due to “excessive cold,” and it’s all my fault. Sorry, I’m not sorry—because it hasn’t slowed down my autistic son one bit.

Dec10
Bye-bye, Homeschooling: Heading Back To Public School

Bye-bye, Homeschooling: Heading Back To Public School

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After two and a half years of homeschooling, my autistic teen is embarking on a new adventure. Here’s why, and how we’re hoping to make it work.

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