For visual learners, this is how we study history. Not only for my daughter but also for me. I like History very much. But having studied in the Philippines, I have only studied Philippine History (off course), Asian History, and World History. World History touches mostly how the world was discovered. Barely remembering if UnitedContinue reading “Learning History”
Category Archives: Learning Everywhere
Homeschooling is More Than Most Think
Most would think that homeschooling is simply about taking kids out of school, let them stay at home, start learning at 8:45AM and should end at 3:30PM. That should be Monday to Friday from September to June. Oh, most would also think that their kids should be learning the same lessons that students from regularContinue reading “Homeschooling is More Than Most Think”
The Blank Paper and a Pencil
Learning is no longer limited to the walls of a classroom or to a Monday to Friday session called school. Learning is about discovering anything where it happens.
This is the Age of Learning
When I first told my families and friends that we are homeschooling, we got different reactions. One of the thoughts that surfaced is that they are very scared that their kids won’t learn anything if they take them out of the regular school.
Looking at Learning Differently
We are in the age of learning. It is no longer the era where kids need to go to a regular school in order to learn the basics of reading, numbering and writing. The chances of learning are everywhere and if we have to take a closer look of things around us, learning could startContinue reading “Looking at Learning Differently”