Tag: homeschooling


Albert Einstein is universally thought to have been not only the greatest physicist of the 20th century, but its greatest scientists, and one of the three or so most important scientists of all time. He homeschooled, by the way, until…


On Tuesday, March 29 at noon Pacific Daylight Time, I’ll be delivering another free webinar about homeschooling. This one will cover those difficult questions most parents ask themselves at some point in their homeschooling career, such as “am I doing the right thing?”; “Who am I to teach a child”; “Is my child actually learning anything?”; “What about socialization”, and the like. (This was suggested by a mom who called in to our last webinar, Mervet. Good suggestion!)

We’ve started sign-ups, and will only accepted a limited number of attendees. You can sign up now at:


The way we do these, you can just listen, or you can call in with questions and become a part of the discussion. You just need a phone. The info can all be found at this link. (You can also listen to last week’s webinar there.)

NOTE – We did the webinar, and you can hear it for free as a podcast,along with other webinars we’ve done covering homeschooling issues,  at

The Costs of Homeschooling

(The following is a lesson plan excerpted from our seventh Parent/Teacher/Tutor course, Homeschool Resources. The entire program is now available, at www.StepsEd.com. This is an advance look. This may well contain ideas and actions you are all-too familiar with, but…

On a work break

Hi folks, Sorry. but my responsibilities for Steps will keep me from authoring more posts until after January 18th. There’s plenty going on, and I will get to it. I’m currently writing a series of courses for parents, teachers and…