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Project Based Learning: through the Lens of Politics and Activism

Project Based Learning is a teaching method in which students gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to an engaging and complex question, problem, or challenge. http://bie.org/about/what_pbl         This year we used Project Based Learning, PBL, for one of the most dynamic and exciting years of all…

Join Blair and Jill at the CHN Family Expo, June 23-26

This summer come join Blair Lee and Jill Harper at the California Homeschool Network Family Expo, June 23-26, in Pomona California. Come meet fellow SEA Homeschoolers, listen to secular, eclectic, academic speakers, and hang out at a SEA Homeschoolers meet-up.  Blair will be speaking at three sessions, with a special guest speaker for the Benefits…

Be Naturally Curious Review

Be Naturally Curious specializes in science mini-courses. Each of these mini-courses focuses on a different scientific concept written by a different Naturally Curious expert. Each mini-course includes a beautifully illustrated story, a craft or manipulable, a game, and an experiment or outdoor field activity.     Subject Area: Science Type of Course: Unit Study each expected…

Introducing SEA Homeschoolers LGBTQ

Teaching social justice fosters compassion, tolerance, and respect for others. I hear from other homeschoolers that this is important to teach. I agree. For my 16 year old, Sean, I do this by weaving books about relevant topics through each academic year. This past year Sean has read Words will Break Cement the Passions of Pussy…