No matter what’s on the student’s plate, the nitty gritty of it is this; math facts must be memorised and the learner must be able to recall these facts automatically for math success.
Feedback concerning the meeting with Eastern Cape Basic Education, 2 September 2019
MEETING WITH BASIC EDUCATION – Phillip Doubell On the 02nd of September 2019 myself, Natascha and Hayley met with MEC for EC Education, Mr Fundile Gade, and his Chief of Staff at the Department offices in Zwelitsha Hayley presented a printed PowerPoint presentation where she discussed home education and pointed out the differences between home…
What is a growth mindset?
Psychologist Professor Carol Dweck coined the term ‘growth mindset’ when she researched how people’s underlying beliefs about themselves and their abilities can affect their lives.
Homeschool with the brain in mind
GUEST BLOG ON NEUROPLASTICITY BY ERICA HUGO:
“you understand the best what your child’s neural network looks like and how to hook new information to his existing knowledge”
Schooling minefield: check your choices
Article featured in the Daily Dispatch, December 2019
They’re learning what??
Guest blog on CSE by Yolandi Garden
Homeschooling holds its own
Hayley Gibbons’s article entitled “Homeschooling holds its own” features in ISASA’s Summer 2019 edition.
With the Internet at our fingertips and the fact that we have access to so much more information than previous homeschool generations, it can get quite overwhelming.
Moments on the Journey
All homeschooling parents worry about whether they are “pacing” their children according to “acceptable” rates of advancement.
Dear homeschooling parent
These are not quick fixes, like an ABC or 123 of how to get yourself out of “homeschool burnout”.