Interview with Paslilith from HomeSchooledDaemon

A few weeks into talking to people about interviews for posting up every Friday, I realized that I had made a classic mistake that I see fairly often.  I had been asking other parents and experts about their views of homeschooling, and not actually asking anyone who was homeschooling what the experience was like for…

Interview with Maria from Student Led Learning

Like many people, although Maria would like to be able to homeschool full-time, life has managed to get in the way of that and, not for lack of trying, she has not been able to make it work in her situation. Instead, a professional educator herself, Maria has concentrated heavily on supplementing the education that…

Interview with Paula from Rainforest Minds

I am really excited to have an interview with Paula from Rainforest Minds today.  I noticed her articles for gifted adults almost as soon as she started blogging and have been wanting to sit down and pick her brains over a coffee ever since – this interview is the closest that I have got to…

Interview with Lisa from UnschoolZA

Lisa doesn’t write all that often on her blog, however when she does, she always says something that provokes some thought – not to mention that her writing style is highly engaging.  South Africa is also one the places that I have most enjoyed working in around the world, so I love that she is…

Interview with Dave from Blokeschool

I must admit that when I first discovered Dave’s blog, the first week that he started writing, my first thoughts were jealous ones. BlokeSchool – such a cool name, that for any Australian, is instantly recognizable. Then, I got excited – there was actually another father out there taking the lead on their children’s education.…

Interview with Deidre from Anam Baile

Anam Baile was one of the first homeschooling blogs that I started reading.  We both started homeschooling pretty much the same week and I enjoyed reading about the experiences and thoughts of someone else just starting out.   I was immediately impressed by Deidre’s mix of common sense, compassion and obvious intelligence.  Reading her posts…