We don’t always know what we need or what our kids’ need in this journey to raise them as lifelong learners, and sometimes what is absolutely right happens in the most trying of circumstances!
In today’s episode, Colleen shares an audioblog — an article that first appeared on the site — written by contributor and community manager, Jennifer Vail. She details how she came into homeschooling under duress but as a result, found true, loving adventure with her quirky son.
Links and Resources from Today’s Show:
- Sponsor: CTC Math (click on “Homeschoolers” to get HALF off for your whole family!)
- Original Post: Falling Unexpectedly in Love with Homeschooling My Gifted Child
- Mislabeled Behavior And Undiagnosed Giftedness
- Giftedness Disguised
- What Does a Gifted Child Look Like?
- Smart Kids Still Need Help
- When You Have to Say “No” | Respecting Your Child’s Sensory Needs
- Homeschooling and Public Schooling | Differentiating for Your Own Kids
- Strategies for Teaching Gifted Children at Home
- The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Gifted Children
- 101 Reasons Eclectic Homeschooling Works for Gifted Kids
- RLL 12: What About Relaxed and Interest-Led Homeschooling for Gifted Kids? | A Listener Question
- Anxiety at Raising Lifelong Learners
- What Exactly is Deschooling.. and Do I Need to Do It?
- Navigating Social and Emotional Needs of Gifted Children
- Shifting Paradigms | Unexpectedly Homeschooling Your Gifted Child
- Finding Books for Your Gifted Readers
- Interest-Driven Learning
- Why Should You Homeschool Your Gifted Children?
- Embracing Rabbit Trails in Your Homeschool
- RLL 30 Andrew Peterson: Being Students of Our Children
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