From a Charlotte Mason Type Classical Education to A Beka Video School


I started homeschooling 17 years ago with my then 3-year-old son, Sam. This year I’m responsible for five children in grades 8, 6, 3, 2, and Kindergarten. We’ve tried lots of different curricula over the years, and I have always had a leaning toward the classical method of education. When my oldest two were little, […]

The Homeschooling Critic Who Has Decided to Homeschool


By Contributing Writer, Tyanne It was the only major life decision on which we could not see eye-to-eye before our wedding.  “No way!” I told my husband during our engagement.  After several heated discussions on the topic, we set it aside as “something to pray about,” while each of us hoped (and expected) the other would cave. Homeschooling had never been an option […]

A Few Things I’ve Learned From 16 Years of Homeschooling


By Natalie Klejwa, Editress of Visionary Womanhood This month (August 2013) we’re going to focus on home education. To kick us off, I thought I’d share a mish mash of things I’ve had to learn (sometimes the hard way) over my own 16 years of homeschooling, because folks, I have finally arrived at homeschool nirvana. […]