I find a new resource such as a fantastic website or an
app or a software program, and I am excited. I want to share the resource with
my children. So how do I do that? Usually I say, “Hey, girls! Look what I’ve found!” And my kids catch hold of the excitement in my voice, and they are willing to listen while I tell them all about my discovery. This is exactly what happened when I discovered
Evernote series. I didn’t plan it that way. I find myself down an unexpected Evernote
road: writing, making videos, answering questions… That’s life at the moment. I’m just going with the flow: I guess that fits right in with our unschooling
lots of idea on how to use it, and then they went off and created their own
notebooks. I had no idea what they put in those notebooks until I made this
video. What did I find? Did they use my ideas or did they prefer their own? Would
you like to watch my video to find out more?
This video is not a showcase for my children’s learning. I made it to share ideas, both about Evernote, and also about the principles of unschooling. I want to encourage discussion, not set myself up as an example. Did I explain that right? Probably not! I hope you understand.
‘How Homeschooling Children Can Use Evernote’…
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