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I’m Lisa, aka Dale’s mom. I help people  learn joyfully and take charge of their learning in any setting. There are lots of paths to be taken in life but only one that’s right for you.  You can choose to create that path. I can help you with that. Don’t worry, you are not alone. Want to know more? […]

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Learning Projects that Work: Learning by Earning

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Two different questions I have been seeing lately that can share an answer: ” What kind of learning project could my kids do if unschooling or homeschooling high school? ” What learning projects work?” and “How can I make money for the things I want to do -travel, attend a program or conference, buy the supplies […]

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Let’s Talk in Person!

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I love being able to have conversations online and having this home on the internet to share my thoughts. But what I love best is being able to talk in person, to speak one on one with with a group, to hash out ideas, to listen, to get physical, waving my hands, smiling, hugging,  the […]

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12 Motivation Killers

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I woke up at 4 am dreaming, thinking, musing about motivation. “How do you motivate your kids?” is one of the most common questions I hear. YOU don’t.  You encourage and support them to discover their own, intrinsic motivation. And you stay away from the very things that send intrinsic motivation into hiding. What kills […]

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Cultivating the Future:Inspiring Communities of Learners

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Last week when I read the  Atlantic.com article by Michael Godsey, The Deconstruction of the K-12 Teacher When kids can get their lessons from the Internet, what’s left for classroom instructors to do?  I couldn’t respond quickly or coherently enough. I wanted to shout, “So much, there’s always been so much more for a teacher to […]

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