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Interview with Raymond S. Moore

Monday, September 24th, 2012

Homeschool Voices From the Past Excerpt from an interview with Raymond S. Moore in Human Events, September 15, 1984 Q: [Interviewer] I’m quoting you now: “An early start in formal institutionalized schooling deprives children of the free exploration so crucial to the development of genius.” Could you elaborate on that and give specific ways in […]

Contest for Free Books: Short list of books we could not do without — what would you add?

Monday, August 20th, 2012

UPDATE: Here are our winners. All five winners have been contacted by email. Dan T Jaime Renee Julia Anderson Bethany What books are important to have in your own personal library? I’m not referring to curriculum, but to reference books — books you will need no matter which curriculum you use. Here is a short […]

Educational Epistemology — Need Help

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007

Hi Mrs. Bluedorn, Would you have some recommendations for recent books on educational epistemology? I am going back to finish some education classes this summer, and one assignment is to read and review a book on educational epistemology that has been published since 1991. I thought you might have some good suggestions. Thanks, Leah First […]

Copyright Basics and Plagiarism

Wednesday, March 29th, 2006

See the newest issue of Homeschooling Parent magazine (volume 6, issue 6) for articles on how to teach your children copyright basics and on how to detect and avoid plagiarism. Great articles that take a strong stand against stealing.

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