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Robinson Curriculum Pros & Cons in 2023

robinson curriculum Jul 06, 2023


Homeschooling has gained popularity in recent years, offering families an alternative approach to education. Our favorite method is the Robinson Curriculum, which emphasizes self-teaching and core subjects. In this blog post, we'll delve into the pros and cons of the Robinson Curriculum, providing insights for those considering this educational approach.

Pros of the Robinson Curriculum:

Emphasis on self-teaching:
The Robinson Curriculum places great importance on fostering independent learning skills. Students are encouraged to take charge of their education, developing the ability to independently research, study, and comprehend new concepts. This cultivates self-discipline and instills a sense of responsibility, valuable traits beyond academics.

Focus on core subjects:
One of the strengths of the Robinson Curriculum is its prioritization of core subjects such as mathematics, science, and English language skills. Students gain a solid educational...

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Homeschooling Trends 2023: A Comprehensive Guide

Are you thinking of homeschooling your child in 2023? You're not alone. With the pandemic still affecting our daily lives, more and more families are considering homeschooling as a viable option for their children's education. Homeschooling has been growing in popularity over the years, and with the new year approaching, it's time to take a look at the homeschooling trends for 2023.



Homeschooling has come a long way since it first began in the 1970s. Today, it's a viable alternative to traditional schooling, with more and more families choosing to homeschool their children every year. Homeschooling allows parents to take control of their children's education and tailor it to their child's unique needs and interests. In this article, we'll take a look at the top homeschooling trends for 2023.

Homeschooling Trends 2023 

1. Online Learning
2. Personalized Curriculums
3. Microschools
4. Learning Pods
5. Socialization Opportunities
6. Emphasis on Soft Skills


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3 Ways You Are Starting on The Wrong Foot WIth Homeschooling



It amazes me when I hear parents say  that  their kids don’t  like learning that way or their kids don’t like those books or even their kids don’t like doing school that way in a famous word of just being  ‘hard’

There are three (3) ways you could be starting homeschooling the wrong way or having a bad start. This could be happening when starting from the beginning or transitioning over from a group schooling environment or a different method of homeschooling.  We often use the Robinson curriculum and it’s a unique method where the kids are teaching themselves and it’s a top curriculum that uses the very best materials. This curriculum is very minimalistic but very effective, powerful, affordable and it teaches kids great study habits that they would keep for the rest of their lives. Homeschooling in this manner will bring a positive obvious result in the long run.


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 What is homeschooling?

A home school is where parents teach their children an academic curriculum at home instead of sending them out to a public or private school.

When teaching a child at home, the first thing to teach a child is to study habits and a mental attitude.

This is because study habits will improve your child's grades, make school less stressful, and help your child remember their work, while a positive mental attitude can help the children form their beliefs, feelings, values, and dispositions to act in certain ways.

These acts help children extract material from books and use them to their advantage and then help them to do things that develop their understanding. These are more important to homeschooling.


The three things RC parents do differently are;

  1. Parents try to work their way out of the curriculum

They do this all in the name of being a  wife, mom, cook,  cleaner, nurse, specialist, domestic engineer, and accountant. They are trying to...

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