When Failure Is Bad

So hey, how was your day?  Today, I sold two boxes of LEGOs to a stranger who has five kids under the age of 12.  Her kids promptly found two diabetic needles in the boxes. Pretty sure I'm now a contender for the World's Worst Homeschooler Award. The needles were capped, which means they were... Continue Reading →

Worried/Not Worried

I'm not a worrier. But I'm worried. I have all these students - 30 young people between the ages of 14 and 18 between the three classrooms in which I teach.  A captive audience every week. A couple of weeks ago I woke up to a realization, probably because I'm planning to take a hiatus... Continue Reading →

A Day In The Life Of

It's been a day. Monday is the day each week that I moderate a six-hour seminar to a bunch of 10th grade homeschooled kids.  I direct their independent study program, and once a week I get together with five of them to go over what they did the week before and do the group activities... Continue Reading →

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