6 laws of purposeful parenting: for the ambitious & purpose-drive parent
HOMESCHOOLING WHILE BLACK
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2y ago
The ambitious and purposeful parent is intentional in how and why they do EVERYTHING! The older I get, the less time and energy I give to circumstances and situations that will not move my family's Vision forward. I specifically direct every thought, every move, and every dollar to those things that are going to be for me and my children's highest good.  I have 6 guiding principles I parent by.  I want to share them with you as a means of assisting you with moving your family's vision forward. For a downloadable infographic on the first 4 of these principles, visit our "Homesch ..read more
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Khalid's passion journey
HOMESCHOOLING WHILE BLACK
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3y ago
The purpose of our homeschool, the Djehuti Institute for Universoul Knowledge, is to create master family builders.  With that, my first and foremost goal is to help each of my children find, cultivate and master their passion.  It is through their Passion that they will serve their Purpose- assisting greater humanity.  Each of my children seem to have their own unique passion.  For Khalid, his is creating and inspiring others to find their inner creator as well.  At age 3, I purchased Khalid's first Lego build from Wal-Mart.  It was a colorful train set.  I ..read more
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Creating space for change
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3y ago
‚Äč In this never-ending role and gift of homeschooling and parenting, change/growth and evolution is necessary. As you develop as a whole, healthy parent and perfect your unschooling and/or homeschooling methods/models/etc.- these things will challenge your comfort zones and your hard-wired tendencies and proclivities.  I'm not a planner. (You may see others who seem to be able to plan their day down to the last minute and make it seem oh so easy.) I'm not well organized. (Your mind is full of thoughts and it's hard to steady them long enough to place everything ..read more
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Homeschooling alone while married???
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3y ago
I am married.  My husband exists. But I am the primary educator and nurturer for our children. Let me explain... In the last 2 1/2 years of this homeschooling journey, he's been rarely seen by most people.  Until 2 weeks ago, he was an over-the-road driver which basically means he was a truck driver who travels long distances and has a work base away from their home.  He was on the road for 26-27 days per month and home only 4 days per month.  The children and I both got used to him not being physically available to and for us. It sucked at first but we managed. Now that ..read more
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REST IN POWER ERMIAS ASGHEDOM AKA NIPSEY HU$$LE tha great
HOMESCHOOLING WHILE BLACK
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3y ago
ermias_asghedom-_unit_study.pdf File Size: 237 kb File Type: pdf Download File The Afrikan community in the United States of America and other worldwide suffered a tremendous lost in the recent slaying of community activist and entrepreneur Ermias Asghedom also known as Nipsey Hussle.  After days of honoring his life and ushering his transition to the spirit world, I could think of no better way to continue his legacy of educating our community than to create a small educational project that I could share with my Homeschooling While Black family.   I offer you this U ..read more
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FOCUS ON APPLICATION, NOT TESTING
HOMESCHOOLING WHILE BLACK
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3y ago
Like many parents, when I first started out on our family's homeschool journey, I read article after article on how others were homeschooling. I wanted to see what methods- from the old to the new- that people were using to provide a home-based education for their children.  I looked through a plethora of resources businesses had to offer that could assist with teaching language arts, mathematics, sciences, the whole nine.  Along this journey I also saw many "testing" assessments for children's learning as well.  There were multiple choice tests, fill-in-the-blank tests, and ..read more
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When you're a parent with special needs... can you homeschool?
HOMESCHOOLING WHILE BLACK
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3y ago
 I know there is a special demographic among homeschoolers that include special needs children.  As a parent of a special needs child, I know how important it is to access resources for a child who might need far more support than their typically developing peers.  But what if you are a parent with special needs?  Do you still have the ability to homeschool your children? Should you even try? In 2016, I was formally diagnosed with "Bipolar Disorder" by my Western medicine  healthcare provider.  Because mental health is so stigmatized these days and people throw ..read more
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