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Homeschooling vs Online Learning: What You NEED to Know (feat. Annette Hines) S3E28

Homeschooling vs Online Learning: What You NEED to Know In this week’s episode, my friend Annette Hines stops by talk to about homeschooling vs online learning. We discuss the differences between homeschooling, distance learning, and remote learning. We even talk about unschooling as well. As parents, we need to know that we have rights when …

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Distance Learning Here We Come

Distance Learning

School beings on Monday and I feel woefully unprepared. I’m taking on distance learning this year because it’s the safest option.

Distance learning for the first time is pretty f*cking scary

School is getting closer and closer and I’m getting nervous. We will be distance learning for the first time because there isn’t a snowballs chance in hell that I would put my kids in a classroom right now. I know it’s the right thing to do but I’m questioning whether I’m the right person for …

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My current back to school plan is far from perfect but at least it’s safe

I’m trying to keep things moving forward and I feel like I’m doing a halfway decent job. That’s not easy for me to say that either. I tend to focus on my many failings and gloss over my parenting wins. I do feel pretty accomplished to have a basic strategy for the upcoming school year. …

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#Autism Parenting: Picking the BEST of the WORST options

We have therapy for the boys tonight but Lizze isn’t feeling well and she will probably stay behind. It will likely be the boys and I heading out tonight. Tonight’s focus is going to be on school for Elliott and Emmett. We have to figure something out because while the boys like school, they’re also …

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How to decide if homeschooling is right for your child with #Autism 

Photo via Pixabay by Theresa_Quagraine Deciding whether or not homeschooling is right for your child on the autism spectrum is difficult, and it’s not something to be entered into lightly. There are many things to consider–including whether you’ll need to modify your home in any way–and taking over the way your child learns and receives information …

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