Category Archives: Autonomy

Speaking at the 2013 VaHomeschoolers Conference — Postcript

Nick is at a university soccer camp this week, and I am catching up on all kinds of things — laundry, writing projects, evaluation letters, and blogging. It looks like my last post was just before the VaHomeschoolers Conference and Resource … Continue reading

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Hey, Parents; Leave Those Kids Alone

Autonomy Fuels Kids’ Passion for Sports and Music Parents who want their children to discover a passion for music, sports, or other hobbies should follow a simple plan: Don’t pressure them. By allowing kids to explore activities on their own, … Continue reading

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