Interviews with the Experts

Last week I was interviewed by homeschool.com.  They are having an event this week where you can listen to interviews with the “experts” and ask them questions via facebook. If you would like to advertise EP this week on your blog, you could link to my interview page. I’m not sure if I did the best job, but I hope it will encourage people at least! I would urge a little caution in listening to the interviews. What you’ve decided to do for your own children to educate them is enough! If your child has the goal of getting into an elite school, then let them pursue it, but be careful of letting these interviews make you feel like you should be doing more. There are many educational philosophies/goals that aren’t worth sacrificing your family for. My answer to her question about whether it’s possible to have an extraordinary homeschool was that we’re just ordinary people and that in every home homeschool looks different because it’s an extension of parenting and everyone’s family life looks different, so their school life will look different. I said that I thought an extraordinary homeschool is one where the family is enjoying the experience. I hope you are enjoying homeschooling! In my eyes that makes your homeschool extraordinary!

Lee Giles, Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool interview

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4 thoughts on “Interviews with the Experts

  1. Angela September 15, 2014 / 11:55 am

    I think your answer was absolutely perfect!! Every homeschool does look different because every family and their circumstances/life is different. I appreciated what you stated about what makes a homeschool extraordinary. We do all need to be enjoying the experience. That’s what makes it rewarding and indeed extraordinary! Thank you for what you do and your heart to help those who couldn’t homeschool if it wasn’t for Easy Peasy!
    God Bless,
    Angela

  2. peter Aranda February 6, 2015 / 5:02 pm

    Need to know about your school and how to enroll in it.

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