Category Archives for Diana Waring

What we learned homeschooling

 Diana Waring and Dr. Jay Wile had very different beginnings in homeschooling. Dr. Wile first learned about homeschooling when he was on the faculty at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. He started experiencing a few science students who were head and shoulders above the rest and found out that they were graduates of home […]

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10 Tips For a More Successful Homeschool Year

With Diana Waring and Dr. Jay WileThis live presentation will air on:Friday – September 23rd – 1pm Pacific time Diana Waring and Jay Wile have been working with homeschoolers for more than two decades.  In addition, they homeschooled their own children through high school.  Blending their personal experiences with the things they have learned from other […]

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Textbook Myths and How to Deal with Them

This live presentation will air on:Monday, April 11th at 3pm PacificThis workshop will be taught in the 2016 Ultimate Homeschool Bootcamp- REGISTER HERE for live access!When you study science and history, you will learn some things that are wrong. It happens. Get over it. In this talk, Diana Waring and Dr. Jay L. Wile discuss […]

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Homeschooling – Things We Wish We had Known

This workshop was taught in the 2015 Not Back to School Summit – REGISTER HERE for FREE live access to our next summit!It takes many years to master any profession, including that of a homeschooling parent. Unfortunately, we start out with no experience whatsoever. In this workshop, Diana Waring and Jay Wile will share with you […]

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Actively Engage and Actually Enjoy Learning

This workshop was taught in the 2015 Not Back to School Summit – REGISTER HERE for FREE live access to our next summit!One of the biggest questions people ask is, “How do I get my kids to finish their school work?” The deeper question is actually, “How do I get my kids to be self-motivated?” We […]

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Homeschooling -The Environment for Genius

Presentation by Diana Waring and Dr. Jay Wile  In 1957, psychologist Dr. Harold McCurdy investigated the lives of twenty geniuses like John Stuart Mill, John Quincy Adams, and Blaise Pascal. He wanted to find out if there was something about their childhoods that made them become geniuses.  In the end, he found three things that […]

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How to Love History While You Learn It

Presentation by Diana Waring  For so many people, the study of history is just a bunch of names, dates and places. But history is so much more interesting than that.  Bookmark

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