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Lilia Efimova on finding flow, facilitating growth, crossing boundaries, creating spaces and the bigger picture behind all that



Last Build Date: Fri, 15 Dec 2017 13:52:15 +0000

 



Winter rhythms

Fri, 15 Dec 2017 12:05:46 +0000

Looking for the drafts to finish I found a list with our weekly rhythm last winter. It’s nice to compare with this year. And yes, by “winter” I mean cold homeschooling season that stretches between September and mid-June (overlapping with the “summer” which is somewhere from mid-April to mid-October :) Winter 2016-2017 Monday afternoon: playdates, […]



Marble runs and music machines

Wed, 06 Dec 2017 11:49:47 +0000

What started from a mesmerising video of a marble run turned into something more. After watching a couple of videos I’ve got curious about the people behind them and the whole phenomenon of (making money from) making marble runs. So we came to an article about it. And then to the video of the music […]



15 years of blogging, FB and what’s next

Sun, 12 Nov 2017 10:51:40 +0000

Ton's post on 15 Years of Blogging made me realise that I had reached similar milestone last June. In this post I look into "more blogging, less FB" issues and outline several points to work on.



Verhalen van de zee: shadow puppets, storytelling and learning around

Tue, 07 Nov 2017 11:46:46 +0000

In this post I discuss what we did differently in our latest workshop at Wowlab and the learning around it: finding what to structure, working on a parallel project and helping without overpowering.



Magic work

Mon, 06 Nov 2017 11:49:49 +0000

Alexander has been into magician performances for a while now. So we didn’t want to miss an opportunity to see one just across the border in Muenster (and it was in Russian, which is always a bonus). What I liked the most from the performances of Piter Bunt yesterday next to the pure magic and […]



What parents don’t see

Fri, 03 Nov 2017 15:30:42 +0000

Homeschoolers hear often that their kids are always supervised by the parents, that they lack time to be outside of the family to learn about other ways of doing things. Today, collecting photos of Sofia from Olaf Ondekt for her parents I realised how much they don’t see when she stays with us. We got […]



Learning highlights: October 2017

Tue, 31 Oct 2017 22:41:24 +0000

Learning in all sorts and shapes in October 2017.



Black cape

Fri, 27 Oct 2017 21:11:06 +0000

It was fun to teach him the art of ironing seams. And, with a little advice here and there, he could do the rest. But what I admire the most is the determination.



Convergence and unschooling

Thu, 26 Oct 2017 11:06:48 +0000

Unschooling, as a way to support your children interests feels for me as a very divergent practice. There is a lot of informal learning, exploration, following one’s curiosity and seizing the moment. Lots of bits pieces and sometimes even a big part of a puzzle. What worries me the most is convergence, creating conditions for […]



Schat van Dalfsen

Fri, 20 Oct 2017 12:07:01 +0000

Although we missed public archeological excavation at Dalfsen with our homeschooling friends, there was another chance to do it. A couple of years ago we had a guided tour at an excavation in Velikiy Novgorod. In Dalfsen kids could not only look, but participate guided by archeologists. I always appreciate those opportunities to get close […]