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07 December 2015 ~ 0 Comments

De-Schooling the Homeschooling Parent

In our previous blog post, De-Schooling the Homeschooling Child, we told you about the importance of de-schooling your child before starting your Calvert curriculum. In this post, we’d like to continue on that topic by sharing tips to help de-school the parent. What is de-schooling the parent? When thinking about schooling and education, many parents […]

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04 December 2015 ~ 1 Comment

De-Schooling the Homeschooling Child

If you’re thinking about switching to homeschooling, now is a great time! Many families pull their children out of unsuccessful school environments over the winter break. This gives the family time to get used to the idea of learning at home and to adjust to the homeschooling routine. The winter break is also a great […]

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19 November 2015 ~ 0 Comments

A Very Special Happy 100th Birthday!

The folks here at Calvert Education would like to wish a very special Happy 100th Birthday to Elisabeth Knipp Eason (known as “Nippy”). Mrs. Eason was an instrumental part of Calvert’s Home Instruction Department (HID) in the 1950’s. As a teacher of the “Eighth Age” (second grade), Mrs. Eason taught students from around the globe […]

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19 November 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Overcoming Common Homeschooling Challenges

While homeschooling has a great number of benefits, every homeschooling family will face challenges along the way. That’s why Calvert offers FREE support and advice from our experienced Education Counselors. Available by phone, email, or online chat, Calvert’s Education Counselors are available to help you with educational questions and to offer practical homeschooling advice, tips, […]

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10 November 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Discovering Your Child’s Learning Style

As a homeschooler, you’re probably already aware that there are many different learning styles. Everyone has their preferred method of learning. Whether your are new to homeschooling or are an old pro, a quick review of learning styles can be beneficial. The common school of thought recognizes three distinct learning styles. These are Visual Learners, […]

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