Sunday, January 8, 2012

Learn how you can homeschool / unschool even if you have to work


Everything Else Other Files  The Working Home Educator s Guide to SuccessMany parents are becoming frustrated with an educational system with an agenda that does not put the well-being of children first. These parents realize that for many children, school is not the best option when it comes to raising a healthy, happy, child who loves learning. At the same time, more and more parents are sharing their positive experiences with home education through blogs, social media such as Facebook and Yahoo groups, podcasts, and more. While many parents are convinced that learning this way is the best for children, working parents often have a hard time imagining how they could do this.  The reality though is that they can! For parents who work and want to un/homeschool their children, there is  “The Working Home Educator’s Guide to Success,” created for any parent who is considering home educating their chid(ren) but isn’t sure how this can be managed while also holding a job.  The guide opens by making the case for home education with an introduction from author, parenting coach, child trauma specialist, mental health counselor and working single mom Laurie A. Couture. She explains why the decision to home educate is an important one and provide guidelines to keep in mind as you get started. The heart of the guide is the words of wisdom from actual home educating moms and dads who share their stories and advice. The guide concludes with ideas to get parents started on their journey to homeschooling success.  
If you or someone you know is considering home education, this is a guide you’ll want to read. 



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12 comments:

  1. I have been thinking of homeschooling my daughter but my job is one of the reasons that I thought I couldn't do it so I am very interested in reading about this. Thank you!

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  2. @Anonymous,
    I hope this guide will be useful to you. The working parents in this guide are amazing and have such inspirational stories and impressive out of the box ways they made this work. These are an incredible group of parents and what you'll find in the guide is that they have even shared their information should you want to reach out to them. I hope you will join the conversation at our online group as well at
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/homeschoolingunschooling/

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  3. I am a working unschooling mom to a very unique boy. . I'd love to get inspiration and encouragement from parents who have "been there done that".

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  4. I now have 3 grandchildren living with me. My grandson who is 6 has already been labeled a trouble child in the public school. I want him to have the opportunity to use his curiosity a chance to grow and for him to find his love of learning. Thank you.

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  6. I want to do the best for my kids but never imagined that I could homeschool, I would be interested in reading this perspective, and hopefully will be able to put it to good use.

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  7. I'm very interested in how home/unschooling might work for our 3 children. I'd be happy to share my opinion of the guide on twitter, blog and FB.

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  8. We are an unschooling family and I would love to read about how other home educators have managed to work alongside home ed, especially unschooling

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  9. Based on an investigation by a psychologist and special needs educators, our son needs a quiet structured environment to learn. However we are faced with yet another year in the exact antithesis of that environment. We discounted home schooling because both of us work. This book intrigues me and would love to learn about the alternative...

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  10. I am an unschooling single mom of three who works part-time. My children are 19, 17, and 9 years old. My 19 year old has already moved out and goes to college. When my 17 year old turns 18 this coming November, I will lose a big portion of my income. I will either need to get a full-time job or find a work at home job that will pay enough for us to survive on. My 9 year old does not want to go back to public school. I don't want to work 40 hours per week because I don't want to be away from my children that long. I'm at a loss of what to do so that we can survive financially and also keep our unschooling lifestyle. I don't have a blog, and I rarely use twitter but I do facebook daily. I can tweet about your guide and I can post to facebook about it. I would love to read your guide to see what it has to offer. Thank you so much for this offer. ~~ Sherri

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  11. We are a homeschool turned unschooling family. I have always run my own business however it is picking up momentum and I feel I am sometimes lacking in the kids side of things. I will not send them to school, so I would love some tips on how to keep it all together. The book sounds like my saviour. Sam

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  12. I´m about to take the leap. I´m a single mom to a single child and I´ve been reading about how other do it to get inspiration. I´d love to read this guide if it´s still available.

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