Engaging with and inspiring others to ponder the true purpose of education.
I’m so glad that you are interested in becoming a voice for freedom in education, by making meaningful connections in your community. I hope that these ideas will spark some of your own. Thanks for visiting!
In order to develop a true sense of community, we must intentionally reach out and connect with those in our neighborhood. This builds trust and leads to lasting relationship.
When speaking to others, it’s important to know who you’re talking to and what you’re talking about.
-Some conversations keep repeating themselves. Here are some examples of “ELEVATOR SPEECHES” for when people ask about home education. What do you typically say?
Sometimes actions speak louder than words and might earn us the right to speak into someone’s life in a meaningful way.
Take some time to make a list of all the the gifts and strengths that you have, each of your children have, your neighbors have, and your town or city has. Then start to see how bridges might be built between any combination of those assets for the mutual benefit of all. Not sure where your child’s interests or strengths lie? Download this QUESTIONNAIRE to get a better idea.
Here is our first POEM HUNT. Why not create one where you live?
I hosted an online screening for a timely documentary on CHILDHOOD for the community.
I would love to hear how your family or organization intentionally engages in your local community. Please get in touch!
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Hi, I’m Brittany. I home educate our 5 children and London is our classroom. It’s my joy to see how the assets of each member of our family, plus the assets of our neighborhood and locality, can work together for the benefit of all.
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