5 Awesome Tools To Help Homeschooled Teens Love the Classics

5 Awesome Tools To Help Homeschooled Teens Love the Classics

When it comes to teens, classic literature gets a bad rap. Shakespeare? It’s a foreign language. Dickens? He got paid by the word. Hawthorne? Really, mom? A is for apple. It can be hard to sell the canon to a group of buyers beware. The classics are classics for a...
3 Keys to Homeschooling a Gifted Child: Welcome to Wonderland

3 Keys to Homeschooling a Gifted Child: Welcome to Wonderland

The first time I read Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, I was a graduate student with a caseload of 125 freshman. I taught three different ability levels of ninth grade English, from general ed to honors. My professor had assigned Carroll as an example...