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The Mislabeled Child
How Understanding Your Child’s Unique Learning Style Can Open the Door to Success

by Brock Eide, Fernette Eide
Provides a comprehensive look at learning differences ranging from dyslexia to dysgraphia, to attention problems, to giftedness. The authors describe how a proper understanding of a child’s unique brain-based strengths can be used to overcome many different obstacles to learning.
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The Successful Homeschool Family Handbook
A Creative And Stress-Free Approach to Homeschooling

by Dorothy Moore
If you are thinking about homeschooling, or are struggling with a educational homeschooling curriculum that is difficult to use, let Dr. Ray and Dorothy Moore show you how to make homeschooling an easy-to-live-with family adventure in learning. This low-stress, low-cost program shows you how to build a curriculum around your child's needs and interests - and around a realistic family schedule.

You Can Teach Your Child Successfully
Grades 4-8

by Ruth Beechick
This classic gives nitty-gritty help for each subject in each grade. Become an informed, confident teacher, free from rigid textbooks.

Learning All The Time
by John Holt
This delightful book by the influential author of How Children Fail and How Children Learn shows how children learn to read, write, and count in their everyday life at home and how adults can respect and encourage this wonderful process.
The object of teaching a child is to enable the child to get along without the teacher. We need to educate our children for their future, not our past.
~ Arthur C. Clarke/b>

    Wisconsin Email Lists, Support Groups, Facebook Groups, Associations, Message Boards, Forums and Newsletters

    Statewide Associations and Support Groups

    Catholic Homeschoolers of Wisconsin - A network connecting Catholic homeschoolers to Catholic homeschool groups in Wisconsin.

    To learn more, visit Catholic Homeschoolers of Wisconsin.

    Christian Home Educators Association (CHEA) - A Christian, non-profit organization, which offers support to homeschool families in Wisconsin through their newsletter, spring conferences, fall events('06), and their website. Conference includes homeschool vendors and workshops on topics such ashomeschooling the upper grades, special needs children, curriculum selection and implementation, marriage and family, relationships and so on from a Christian perspective. Requirements: Annual membership fee of $25.00 and prayers Benefits: Membership entitles members to: sneak peak preview of spring vendor hall free of charge, $15 discount on HSLDA membership, membership card to show for educators discounts, $5 discount for 'The Comprehensive Guide to Home Schooling in Wisconsin' if purchased from CHEA, and legislative updates. Cost:$25 yearly

    For more information, visit Christian Home Educators Association (CHEA).

    Homeschool Friends in Wisconsin (Homeschool_Friends_in_Wisconsin) - An all-inclusive group open to all homeschooling familes and those interested in learning about homeschooling. Purpose to share homeschooling information, online support, websites and links. Please avoid religious or political issues; they never go well.

    To Subscribe, visit Homeschool Friends in Wisconsin.

    Thomas Jefferson Education in Wisconsin (TJEd_Friends_in_Wisconsin) - For those of us who are making the transition (or learning about making it) from the "one size fits all" style of education and into the world of mentoring our own children and students. The purpose of this group is to find other educators that are interested in or are using TJEd-style learning in/near Wisconsin. Whether you are new to TJEd, a seasoned veteran or simply exploring your options, you are welcome! This will be a place to post announcements, make connections and build community. Please note that there is a non-regional general discussion group with hundreds of TJEd practitioners where you can post questions and learn from the experience of others from a variety of backgrounds.

    To Subscribe, visit Thomas Jefferson Education in Wisconsin.

    Wisconsin Christian Homeschoolers (WI_Christian_Homeschoolers) - A group list for Christians who homeschool or are thinking of homeschooling in the state of Wisconsin. Homeschoolers come from different walks of life (and homeschooling itself is a lifestyle!). Here we are free to discuss everything in our lives which relates to homeschooling: raising our children, our families, etc. You are free to ask any question, share any link, support each other, or just talk about just about anything - including: scripture, God, church, parents, kids, home cleaning, lessons and curriculum, on-line courses, and web sites.

    To Subscribe, visit Wisconsin Christian Homeschoolers.

    Wisconsin Homeschool (WisHomeschool) - For all those interested in homeschool in Wisconsin, or the midwest. Open to all styles of homeschooling. Non-judgmental and non-demonational. For beginner or long-time homeschooler. Ask questions, share ideas, learn and meet others, and keep up with any news. Unschooling, Waldorf, Classical, Charlotte Mason, etc...(from pagan/wiccan to christian; we are inclusive homeschoolers).

    To Subscribe, visit Wisconsin Homeschool.

    Wisconsin Homeschool (Wisconsinhomeschool) - A mailing list for people who home schooling or are thinking of homeschooling in the state of Wisconsin. Kids and Parents alike! Here you can exchange ideas! support each other! give links for school stuff! just talk including, scripture, God, church, parents, kids, home cleaning, lessons and curriculum, on-line courses, and web sites. Please be considerate of others Please, no rude talk, bad language, or anything of the sort. This is an unmoderated list and the list owner does not have any legal responsibility to any postings. Please-no SPAMMERS! No bad words and no teasing and no racism!

    To make life easier on the moderators: This is an all-inclusive group and we welcome anything and everything homeschooling related--with the exception of selling items or advertising (without moderator approval--this is not a classifieds group) and we are supportive to all homeschooling families, regardless of non/religious preference, race, color, or national/ethnic origin, teaching style. Our goal is to provide a friendly, positive and open support group. We believe that an open, non-judgemental and positive attitude is one of the most important things we can provide to our families. We need to show respect for everyone's opinions even if they may differ from our own. Translation: There are many forums available for home education: type, style, philosophy, Christian, or secular--this email group is a good place to get started. Please use it as a small part of your support base--branch out to other resources as you find them and let everyone know what you learn along the way! Questions: contact moderators.

    Group owner: John Bissman

    To Subscribe, visit Wisconsin Homeschool.

    Wisconsin LDS Homeschoolers (WI-LDS-HS) - A support network for homeschooling families living in Wisconsin and the U.P., who are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We hope to find more LDS home educators from stakes around the state and even plan get-togethers from time to time.

    To Subscribe, visit Wisconsin LDS Homeschoolers (WI-LDS-HS).

    Wisconsin Parents Association (WPA) - A statewide, inclusive, grassroots homeschooling organization.

    Mission: The Wisconsin Parents Association

    • Welcomes all homeschoolers.
    • Provides information, encouragement, and support for homeschoolers.
    • Brings families together through annual conferences and a network of Regional Coordinators.
    • Ensures the right of families to choose an education consistent with their principles and beliefs.
    • Informs the legislature, the media, and the general public about homeschooling and maintains a favorable climate of opinion for homeschooling in Wisconsin.
    • Monitors legislation and current developments that affect homeschooling families, keeps members informed, and coordinates action when needed.
    • Empowers families to make decisions based on their principles and beliefs, needs, and aspirations, and to respond to challenges from government, other large institutions, so-called “experts,” and others.

    Visit our WPA - Homeschooling in Wisconsin Facebook page.

    For more information, visit Wisconsin Parents Association (WPA).

    Wisconsin TAG Homeschooling Forum (wi-TAGhomeschooling) - This group was formed to support Wisconsin parents who are currently homeschooling their "talented and gifted" (TAG) children, or considering the option of gifted homeschooling. We also welcome parents from neighboring Minnesota, Iowa, and Illinois who have interest in gifted homeschool options.

    This is a support group for parents who want to share the joys and challenges of homeschooling gifted children. No matter what homeschool approach you favor, this is a place where you can ask questions, seek advice, share resources, and connect with other gifted families who share similar situations.

    Because neither our state gifted organization nor our state homeschool organizations provide a forum for TAG homeschoolers, it is hoped that this group can function as the beginnings of a cohesive Wisconsin TAG homeschooling community, and also as a clearinghouse for information on local, state and regional TAG homeschooling events and resources.

    We are a very diverse group, and, as such, we encourage an atmosphere of tolerance and respect for the opinions and beliefs of all our members.

    To Subscribe, visit Wisconsin TAG Homeschooling Forum.

    Wisconsin Unschoolers Facebook Page - A place for families who are unschooling in Wisconsin to connect, share, inspire, and play.

    Unschooling respects the autonomy of the child, trusting in your individual child's inherent ability to learn at their own pace, in their own way. As parents, our job is to support and assist our children as they explore their interests and passions. Think trusted adviser and mentor, versus teacher and rule enforcer. Unschooling families trust that learning happens all the time, and seek out creative and unique ways to bring the world to their children.

    If you are new to unschooling, please see our files section for a list of resources, and feel free to ask questions. Unschooling is a huge paradigm shift from the traditional models of learning and parenting, but the benefits are so worth it!

    For more information, visit Wisconsin Unschoolers Facebook page.

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Deschooling Gently
by Tammy Takahashi
Deschooling Gently will help you whether you are new to homeschooling, or if you are experienced, but are in need of new approaches. Discover the best way to educate your children at home, not through rote process, but by learning how to find the answer within yourself.
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Homeschooling More Than One Child
A Practical Guide for Families

by Carren W. Joye
Here’s a book that addresses the special challenges of homeschooling two or more children for parents just starting to homeschool and veterans desiring fresh ideas. This sensible guide offers practical ideas on balancing the needs of different ages and abilities, juggling multiple commitments, choosing or designing a curriculum to fit each child, finding socialization opportunities that appeal to all ages, and more!
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Charlotte Mason’s Original Homeschooling Series
by Charlotte Mason
This series contains the original six volumes of Charlotte Mason's book, a rich resource for educators - both teachers in schools and teachers in home-schools.

A Charlotte Mason Companion
Personal Reflections on the Gentle Art of Learning

by Karen Andreola
This is a beautifully written and thorough introduction to the Charlotte Mason philosophy. What makes Karen Andreola's book so magnificent is that she not only tells you what to do and how to do it, she tells you WHY!!!

The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Teens
by Debra Bell
Debra Bell has helped numerous homeschooled students, including four of her own, gain college admission and win substantial scholarships to the schools of their choice.

Homeschooling The Early Years
Your Complete Guide to Successfully Homeschooling the 3- to 8- Year-Old Child

by Linda Dobson
Here's a guide that comes direct from the experts: a mother of two homeschooled, now-grown children and 83 homeschooling families she surveyed..
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Homeschooling the Child with Autism
Answers to the Top Questions Parents and Professionals Ask

by Patricia Schetter, Kandis Lighthall
This practical, highly accessible guide answers parents' and professionals' questions about teaching children with autism spectrum disorders at home.

The Unschooling Handbook
How to Use the Whole World As Your Child's Classroom
by Mary Griffith
The unschooling movement is founded on the principle that children learn best when they pursue their own natural curiosities and interests. Learning is a natural, inborn impulse, and the world is rich with lessons to be learned and puzzles to be solved.
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