Trees of Transition

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My parents homeschooled me from preschool through high school, so homeschooling formed me deeply. I went on to community college, college, and graduate school, and now work in a community college. I’ve been sharing my thoughts on that topic over the last year.

Here are links to the pieces I wrote about homeschooling so far in

Homeschooling’s Black, White, and Gray Season 1:

Episode 1: Beginning with Forgiveness and Thankfulness

Episode 2: Gutsy Pioneers: Parents Who Homeschool Their Children

Episode 3: I Appreciate How My Mom Did This: Boomerang Learning

Episode 4: I Do Not Remember My First Day of School. Do You?

Episode 5: Through High School or to Traditional High School? That is a Homeschooling Gray Question

Episode 6: Homeschool Anatomy: Farm Style

Episode 7: A Homeschooler Takes on the Mean Girls and…

Episode 8: A Homeschool Strength: Letting Creativity Soar

Episode 9: Fighter Pilot Dream Gets Queasy, But Doesn’t Throw Up

Episode 10: Homeschooling Gray: Being Homeschooled and Then Trying to Teach in a Traditional School

See the Homeschool Series Category for more:

Homeschool Series: Homeschooling’s Black, White, and Gray Seasons 1 and 2





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