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  • Mom tips: Finding friends (for you and the kids!)

    Jennifer Fink is back again and this time she is talking about how to help her homeschooled children find friends, while also finding some friends for herself as well.

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  • Mom tips: Don't transfer your math phobia to your kids!

    Maria Lando (a.k.a. The Math Mom) stops by to share her experiences with math, and why sharing your fears of math with your children is not a very good idea.

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  • Mom tips: Teaching and parenting at the same time

    Kathryn Harvey is back and this time she explains how she has learned to teach her older kids while also juggling the parenting duties that come along with having a four-year-old and a baby. What are some of her best practices? Read more to find out.

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  • Mom tips: Using primary sources to teach history

    Resident Mom Blogger Noel-Marie Taylor explains how using primary documents and sources can help you teach your student about history.

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  • The keys to building a successful online program

    Our most recent interview examines the successful online degree program at California University of Pennsylvania and Executive Director of the Office of Web-Based Programs, Millie Jo Rodriguez, gives us insight into how the program has flourished in recent years.

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  • Mom tips: The case for play

    Jennifer Fink makes the case for why she thinks outdoor physical activity has a positive effect on her children's performance in school. 

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  • Mom tips: Homeschool co-ops

    As the mother of homeschooled children, it's important for Kathryn Harvey to replicate the classroom setting for them every once in awhile. In this edition of Mom Tips, Harvey explains the idea of a homeschool co-op.

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  • [INTERVIEW] School Spotlight: Rocketship Education

    We sit down with Rocketship Education to explain how the nonprofit charter school network has been so successful in their initial attempts to bring technology to the classroom and to eliminate the achievement gap, starting in San Jose, Calif.

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  • SAT v. ACT: Which one should you take?

    Our friends at the online test prep provider, BenchPrep, offer their advice to students and parents who are torn between taking the SAT or the ACT.

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  • Mom Tips: 11 free iPad apps to help with homeschool

    In our latest installment of "Mom Tips", homeschooling mom extraordinaire Kathryn Harvey talks about some of her favorite iPad apps to use for homeschooling, including the NASA app, Science360, and BrainPOP.

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