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July 15, 2019

VHEAC Communique June 2019

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June 18, 2019

The Big Home Ed Survey

We invite home educators from all over Australia to participate in our 2019 Home Education Survey. The Home Education Network (HEN) seeks to inspire, inform and support home educators. We also advocate politically and represent home education in the media […]
June 4, 2019

Dinner Conversation

By Sue Wight If there’s one aspect of informal learning in home education that stands out above all others, in common with infant and adult informal learning, it’s conversation. On the face of it much of this is social, everyday […]
May 21, 2019

Just dribbling along

By Cynthia McStephen “Hello there from Radio Home Ed Land, where there are a million different reasons and styles for every million home-edders. Today the topic is ‘Why we do what we do’ and sitting opposite me in the studio […]
May 20, 2019

A Permaculture Education

By Jackie Crosby Permaculture is about design, observing nature and working with nature. When we built our home, we faced it North (Southern hemisphere), learnt about various building mediums and settled on recycled double brick for the heat transfer. We looked […]
May 20, 2019

VHEAC Communique April 2019

May 13, 2019

A Teacher’s Perspective

By Matthew Panopoulos, M.Ed. (research) As a NSW music teacher of almost six years, I frequently work with hundreds of students in three main roles: primary classroom, secondary classroom, and private tuition. If you asked me which one I enjoy […]
March 7, 2019

Home Ed Registration Numbers 2018

Glenda Jackson has compiled a rundown on registration figures for 2018 around Australia.
March 7, 2019

Home Education Outcomes

The following information is available about the academic outcomes of home education in Australia: The education departments of three states are known to have examined educational outcomes of home educated students through NAPLAN testing etc. Those studies have only been […]
March 5, 2019

Chemistry @ Home

By Kathleen Humble There is quite a difference between the way I thought I would teach chemistry and the way my son, Canary, prefers to learn. Canary is very visual-spatial in his thinking. He absorbs knowledge when he can see […]