Posts tagged Donna Conner
Today, I continue my interview with homeschool author and conference speaker Donna Conner. I’m so grateful to have had Donna share her experience and wisdom with me during the last few weeks. If you missed the first three parts, make sure to check them out:
- Is Homeschooling a Good Choice for Families with Only One Child?
- Socialization and Homeschooling an Only Child
- Challenges and Solutions for Homeschooling an Only Child
This week we continue our interview with homeschooling author of Homeschooling Only One and conference speaker Donna Conner. She continues to share her wisdom of homeschooling an only child. This week’s interview covers the challenges of homeschooling an only child and gives practical advice for overcoming these challenges. Even if you are homeschooling multiple children, you’ll find Donna’s wisdom enlightening. And, if you have missed part 1 or 2 of this series, be sure to check them out. God bless!
Homeschool Passion: What are the biggest challenges for parents homeschooling only one child, More >
Donna Conner, author of the book Homeschooling Only One, continues to share her insights on homeschooling only one child. If you missed the first post of this interview, be sure to check it out. Donna answered why homeschooling is still a great educational choice for only children. Today, we will continue our interview with Donna and explore the age-old question of socialization. Enjoy!
Homeschool Passion: Donna, the socialization question is a big one for homeschooling in general, but I’m sure it’s amplified when homeschooling only one child. How would you respond to the ever-present More >
At Homeschool Passion, we’re dedicated to learning from those who have gone before us, hearing from those precious home educators who have paved the way, learned to sidestep the potholes, overcome the naysayers and brought homeschooling into mainstream circles. They’ve done it: They’ve successfully raised and educated their children. If they are willing to share their wisdom, then we should be willing to listen.