Book Review: InsightOut by Tina Seelig

Have you ever attended an author talk as part of a book launch? The energy and excitement is palpable as you are experiencing the reality of someone getting their ideas out of their head and into the world. Lucky me, I got to head to Palo Alto a few weeks ago to a Kepler’s Book  speaker … Read moreBook Review: InsightOut by Tina Seelig

Cultivating the Future: Inspiring Communities of Learners

Cultivating the Future: Inspiring Communities of Learners at www.LisaNalbone.com

Teachers* have an opportunity to cultivate the future by inspiring communities of learners. 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 … Read moreCultivating the Future: Inspiring Communities of Learners

A Real World Resource that Rocks: Your Library

If you’ve been here before you already know that I love libraries! Libraries were a favorite resource for me long before starting down the homeschooling/unschooling/uncollege path. Libraries have been a mainstay of knowledge, information, friendships, free and low cost books and other learning materials, and access to the internet. They provide low cost options for … Read moreA Real World Resource that Rocks: Your Library

Review:Project-Based Homeschooling: Mentoring Self-Directed Learners

Book Review of Project Based Homeschooling, quote from book, at www.lisanalbone.com

How do you go about mentoring self-directed learners? Lori Pickert’s books Project Based Homeschooling: Mentoring Self-Directed Learners does an excellent job of explaining how we set up our homes and lives for mentoring self-directed learners. And even though it says “Project-Based homeschooling”,  you don’t need to be homeschooling to use this book. There are so … Read moreReview:Project-Based Homeschooling: Mentoring Self-Directed Learners