FREE Special Needs e-book from HEDUA

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FREE though July 31! Especially created for families with special needs children, Well Planned Homeschool: Focus on Special Needs comes alongside you with specific tips for homeschooling a special needs child, encouragement for the journey, and the reassurance that you’re not alone. HEDUA is excited to bring you this encouraging e-book especially for families with special needs […]

Screen Time and Its Effect on the Brain

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Are you concerned about the amount of screen time your children receive?  It’s a topic that we discuss frequently in our home especially in regards to our new grandchild.  Our daughter’s request has been to severely limit the amount of screen time her child receives when she visits our home.  It appears that “Mother knows […]

Beyond Trophies: Navigating the World of Competition With a Biblical Compass

The whole world is about competition.  From backyard races to the Olympics, 4-H projects to corporate promotions, sports to scholarships, and from music contests to family room Monopoly games, competition is everywhere.  Competition drives a free economy.  And even the IAHE sponsors photography, art, and essay contests at convention time.  The standards our children use […]

Pre-IAHE 2014 Convention Event • Andrew Pudewa’s Institute for Excellence in Writing High School Essay Intensive

The Intensive will be held on Thursday, March 27, 2014, at the Drury Inn in Castleton. Space is limited.   In conjunction with the IAHE’s 2014 Home Educators’ Convention, we are pleased to announce that Andrew Pudewa will be presenting his High School Essay Intensive.   The High School Essay Intensive class is an excellent way […]

Evolution’s Finest?

Several weeks ago, I had the opportunity to attend a debate between creationist Jay Wile (PhD nuclear chemistry) and evolutionist Robert A. Martin (PhD zoology).  I was absolutely amazed at the depth of evidence, or rather I should say lack thereof, presented by the evolutionist.  Allow me to impress you with an example.  Early in […]