The Learning Journal

Last week, when we were on a field trip to the Leanin’ Tree museum & factory in Boulder, my friend and I had a talk about homeschooling / unschooling. How do you measure what your kids are learning. In school they would have tests, but since we don’t really believe in the necessity of testing, […]

Home Education not only for the Children

Since we started our home education journey almost four years ago, I realized something. Although our children (5, 2 & 0) are learning, something that apparently comes naturally, we as parents are growing too. We are learning too. There is this saying: you are never too old to learn. I don’t know if it is […]

Project: Shark

I am so proud. Another project has formed. It is starting small and we’ll see where it goes. But I’m so excited I have to share it. It happened before my eyes and I am a bit insecure whether to call it a project. Maximan has been watching Octonauts for a couple of days, maybe […]

Masterclass Project Based Homeschooling

Yesterday my Masterclass from Lori Pickert started. The next six weeks I will be deepening my knowledge about Project Based Homeschooling and aim to become an even better mentor for Maxi-, Midi- and Miniman. The base for this Masterclass is Lori Pickert’s book: The book: Project-Based Homeschooling: Mentoring Self-Directed Learners Kindle Version of the book: […]

Airplanes, Maximan’s new project

Together with his brother Midiman, dad and grandpa the guys went to visit Aviodrome yesterday. This weekend you can see all kinds of flight simulators at the museum. Since, Maximan is into flying, his grandpa really wanted to take him and see everything. Now, I do need to tell you that Maximan knows this musem […]

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