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Your Teaching Style, His Learning Style, and the Easy Way to Homeschool | Homeschool High School Made Easy 5

 

Often times our homeschool angst comes from watching other moms at the co-op (or stalking them on facebook) and beating ourselves up for not homeschooling like they do. But sister, you aren’t me and I ain’t you, and neither one of us should be teaching our children the exact same way. We have different skills and talents and personalities and backgrounds that lend themselves to teaching different ways. “You do your homeschool,” to borrow a popular cliche.

Find Your Homeschool Teaching Style and Your Homeschool High School Student’s Learning Style

 

Remember, homeschooling is easy when we prioritize our focus (love God, love others) and communicate the way God enables us uniquely. Find your why and communicate it your way. Don’t ever feel pressured that any one style is better than another or that there is one right way of teaching your child. God disciples each of us personally, doesn’t He? Whatever method(s) fit your family culture best, use that to the best of your ability. With confidence. And coffee. Lots of coffee.

How does your student's learning style work with your teaching style?

Simplify your homeschooling!

This post is an excerpt from my new book Homeschool High School Made Easy, available on Amazon. Get your copy today!

And don’t miss the prequel, Homeschool Made Easy.

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2 Comments

  1. Such good information! I know people that do each of these teaching styles. That’s hilarious what you said about Kinesthetic learners. I don’t think we have any of those YET, I wouldn’t be surprised if my youngest boy is, but it’s still too soon to tell. He is preschool age. My husband is visual and I am auditory.

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