Aug 15, 2014
How do you Focus on What Matters Most?
As we are finalizing our Provincial Forms and Guides to simplify reporting and notifying for you, the most amazing part for me is to see how these potential restrictions are being embraced by you as powerful tools to focus your families on what matters most. As I have taken this conversation back into my own family, we have explored, “Why do we homeschool?” and “How does homeschooling benefit us?” In this, I gained a new appreciation, desire and passion to forge ahead through those times of uncertainty and discouragement as I was reminded why it matters to my wife and children. Here in the Wyler family, we are passionate about connecting both ourselves and others to the truth. Homeschooling has been an amazing tool to help us do that. One of the questions that has come up during this conversation has been “If we embrace these requirements as a good thing, will that open us up to more regulations? Shouldn’t we stand up against them?” Here is what I have witnessed as families and homeschoolers have embraced reporting and notifying as tools, not restrictions.
Aug 13, 2014
What's the Right Information to Track in your Homeschooling Adventure?
It has been truly amazing to understand and support you in this, as we move to simplify this process for you. We want to ensure that you are empowered to meet all your legal requirements, on time and in a way that actually gives you more freedom. In my first post, we explored how reporting and notifying acts as a powerful tool to re-focus and re-align you and your family with why you homeschool. Our team here at HSLDA has been committed for the past 23 years to ensuring that you have up-to-date information on the provincial homeschooling regulations that affect you. We want to make abiding by legal requirements as simple as possible for you to save you time and empower you and your family in your homeschooling.
Aug 12, 2014
Why do you Homeschool?
Here at HSLDA Canada we have been advocating for family and freedom for the last 23 years. We know you want to be sure that you are abiding by the homeschooling laws and regulations in your province. Often, there are seemingly conflicting pieces of information available to you as you make plans and as you find information on how to homeschool in your province. Our intention is to provide you with very clear, but brief, outlines of what your province requires of you, along with any paperwork or forms that you may need in order to be compliant with the homeschooling laws in your province. The Provincial Forms and Guides we are developing will simplify the reporting and notifying process, confirming what is required, saving you time, ensuring you meet all the requirements and transforming these processes from something you have to do into something you get to do.
Aug 06, 2014
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Northern Canada - Vast and Free
Let’s wrap up the ‘get outside this summer’ series with part V as we explore the most northerly areas of Canada: Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut. Just think for a minute of what it would be like to go on a dog sled ride across the vast tundra? Or how about learning the whole gold mining process? Better yet, visit the many Native towns and sites to learn more about the northern Natives and where some of the first trading posts began!