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How to Teach Your Child - Clarifying Your Educational Philosophy

This post is for non-teachers because teachers already know how and what to teach babies and small kids right?  Totally not true!  I was a secondary school teacher and I felt so, so lost, some 5 years ago when I first had Kyra.   732 more words

Good Lord.

I know I said I’d write more but my life is legitimately boring. I babysit the kids sometimes, i cook dinner for my family once a week. 645 more words


Homeschooling outdoors

One of my favourite things about homeschooling is how much more time my son and I have to spend together doing things we love. He only went a full day for a week, and half days for little more than two months, but even that impacted our lifestyle. 831 more words


Sustainable Futures Convention 2017: Gloucester 25-26 March

Welcome to Sustainable Futures Convention 2017, a community-based event in rural Gloucester, New South Wales. Following on from the inaugural Convention in 2015, we are focusing on progressive communities and individuals in action; walking the talk and finding solutions. 403 more words


What is Impactful Work?

When I am asked “Why did you want to get into teaching?” my answer was often about making a difference, or creating an impact in education. 553 more words


"I've been there."

“She made broken look beautiful and strong look invincible. She took the weight on her shoulders and made it look like a pair of wings.” …

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Our Love Affair With Dualism

As a society, we love dualism. We enjoy reducing our options to two, and framing it so that the only options we have are the two that we often can’t stop obsessing over. 625 more words