Unexplored Territory: Writing Instruction in Pennsylvania Homeschool Settings, Grades 9-12, Part I
Explores the educational perspectives, teaching approaches, family roles, and relationships–as well as the writing experiences and composing processes–that energize a selected range of homeschool approaches to high school level writing.
Elaine Huber, Ph.D., Volume 15, No. 4, 2003, p. 1-10
Social Development in Traditionally Schooled and Home Educated Children: A Case for Increased . . .Examines the factors that may contribute to the social development of children especially in regards to peer influence and parental involvement and monitoring. These effects are examined by looking at their influence across traditionally schooled and home schooled populations.
Michael S. Brady, Volume 15, No. 4, 2003, p. 11-18