Tag Archives: Waldorf

Does Balance Exist in Homeschooling?

I have been asking myself this question since beginning homeschooling in September: Does balance exist in homeschooling? The answer for me is a resounding, No. I could end this post right here, but I want to explain why being out of balance is actually a good thing when homeschooling. By now, we’ve learned that balance […]

Planning the Homeschool Year for Your Child with Special Needs: Part 9 – Planning Your Day

Part 1 – Outlining your beliefs Part 2 – Finding your child’s dominant intelligence(s) and learning style Part 3 – Choosing an educational style Part 4 – Locating the curriculum/ program & finding resourses Part 5 – Modifying/ adapting the curriculum Part 6 – Planning the year Part 7 – Mapping out the months Part […]

Planning the Homeschool Year for Your Child with Special Needs: Part 3 – Selecting an Educational Style

In the last post, you identified your child’s learning style and one or two dominant intelligences.  In combination with your family’s philosophy of education (part 1), the intelligences and learning style (part 2) needs to be kept in mind as well when you select an educational style for home learning. There are just as many […]