Informal Education and Working with Home School Groups
A Guide To Help Other Information Education Venues work with Home School Students
Photo: Thomas Galvez Flicker
After conducting informal science education programs (outside of the classroom) for over thirteen years I have found that the number of home school groups attending my programs has increased exponentially. With an increase in this audience I've found myself in conversation with other educators trying to forge a way to best meet the needs of the varied ages, rates of learning, and abilities that present themselves with home schoolers. In this post I'll attempt to share a bit of what I've learned that in turn might help others.
What is the Infinite Spider?
Welcome to the web of the Infinite Spider Blog, a blog site for those who love nature, naturalists, and outdoor educators. On this spider's web we will be looking at nature news, interesting animals, plant and animal identification, seasonal outdoor tips, places to visit in the Eastern US, and reviews of educational materials for outdoor educators and naturalists. If you like this blog, then join for email updates or choose the RSS feed.
The "infinite spider" is the symbol I've chosen for this nature blog. You can read all about it here, in my post called "What's in a Name?"
Common house spider (Photo: K. McDonald)
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