Tag Archives: TJED

How to Hygge Your Homeschool and Cheap Ebook on Hygge

In my “moms’ class” at my weekly homeschool gathering (a commonwealth school), we’ve been talking lately about seasons, winter, and “hygge.” What is hygge? Pronounced “hoo-gah,” it is the practice that allows the Danish to be the happiest people on … Continue reading

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Webinar on the Importance of a Liberal Arts Education

Here is a recording of the webinar my friend Olivia did for our meeting last week to spread the word about Altus Family Liber School of Tucson, Arizona. It is wonderful! I learned so much from it! I encourage you … Continue reading

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Questions for the Phases of Learning in Thomas Jefferson Education

A week or so ago I was asked to give a lecture on the phases of learning for Thomas Jefferson Education for the Quest Scholar Project class that I help mentor. I remembered that I once heard Aneladee Milne give … Continue reading

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Is TJEd Dead?

Somebody in one of my goodreads.com discussion groups brought up a question recently, asking “Is TJEd dead?” TJEd, in case you are new to homeschooling, is an abbreviation for Thomas Jefferson Education. It is a philosophy of education outlined in … Continue reading

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