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High School Homeschooling, Christian Home Education

Writing With Integrity: Serious Talk About Plagiarism

Intentional plagiarism constitutes theft. Make sure your students have a thorough understanding of academic integrity.

  • Lee Ann Dickerson |
  • January 30, 2013 |
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Making Time for Volunteering

Volunteering as a family brings solidarity to members of all ages.

The Socialization Deception

When asked, "What about socialization?" are we really answering critics in the best way possible?

Getting Off the Homeschool Hamster Wheel

The temptation to overfill our schedules with activities is even stronger with homeschoolers than it is within the culture at large.

Miss America Settles in to College Life

Winning the title was rewarding but challenging, says Teresa Scanlan, who attends Patrick Henry College and aspires to political office.

  • World News Service |
  • January 08, 2013 |
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Conquering Mediocrity in the Pursuit of Excellence

As children of God, this thought should permeate our marriages, parenting, and work: we should be striving for excellence.

  • Kimberly Williams |
  • January 02, 2013 |
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Building Friendships in High School

“Will I have any friends if I’m homeschooled during high school?” The question may be one that’s packed with desperation.

  • Becky Cooke & Diane Kummer |
  • December 26, 2012 |
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A Prodigal Speaks: When Your Kids Reject You

“Don’t quote the Bible to me!” she says with annoyance. “I don’t believe it anymore.” Was that how your world changed?

Understanding the Creative Mind: Living with an Artist

Artists see the world differently. Let’s take a look at some constructive ways to live with your artist.

American Sign Language

High schoolers and families learning ASL have the potential of bringing light into a dim world for many Deaf people.

  • Renée K. Walker |
  • December 05, 2012 |
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Apps in Home Education

Do you plan to buy a mobile device in the coming year for use in your homeschool and household?

Technology in Education

My friend is one of those people who believe that technology has made us both inefficient and lazy. Of course, I disagree.

Introduction to Microsoft Word

Check inside for tips on how to use (or how best to teach) the great resource that is Microsoft Word.

5 Secrets to Creating Brilliant Students

A brilliant student is simply a student who studies brilliantly, cooperating with how the brain naturally works, not working against it.

Overcoming “Grader’s Block”

How do you grade as usual when you're all "graded out" and just can't seem to focus?

  • Melissa Campbell |
  • October 31, 2012 |
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What Is an “Inspired Homeschooler”?

Some people think of writing as simply a means to communicate, but in reality, writing has a much greater power.

The Benefits of Starting a Micro Business—More Than Just the Money!

Could running a business actually help change and improve the world? It’s wonderful to imagine.

Developing Skills & Character Through Homeschool Speech & Debate

Speech and debate can be some of the most beneficial and formative years of a high schooler's experience.

From Beans to Bang: Using Tangible Tools for Teen Math Success

In the areas of creative problem-solving, fluency of ideas, and mental agility, our students are falling short. Why?

The Unraveling of American Public Education

Modern changes in the philosophy of public school can be traced back to the changes in the faith and social structure of the United States.

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