Beverley Paine
Beverley Paine is a pioneering member of the home education movement in Australia. She and her husband Robin are passionate advocates of true educational choice for families. They began homeschooling their children in 1986 and three years later started the South Australian Home Based Learners network.

Beverley wrote Getting Started with Homeschooling in 1995-97 and since then continues to write books and booklets on home education. She balances spending time helping home educators with working in her garden and renovating her home, as well as continuing to build her collection of writing on a variety of homeschooling subjects. Beverley maintains an extensive collection of websites as well as several Yahoo groups supporting families teaching their children at home. In 2007 Beverley joined the Home Education Association (HEA) and became a committee member in 2008: she also edits and produces the HEA Newsletter, HEA magazine, Stepping Stones for Home Educators, annual Resource Directory and other HEA publications. If you'd like to keep in touch with what Beverley is up to her in her life, sign up for the Homeschool Australia Newsletter or visit her Facebook page.
Getting Started with Home Schooling

The original Australian homeschooling manual.

Packed with practical information and examples, this book sets out in detail how to write a learning program tailored for your child's individual learning needs. Plenty of actual of examples of ways to organise and evaluate lessons, as well as excellent ideas for recording learning at home.


For more information about this book, please visit alwayslearningbooks.com.au
Learning In The Absence of Education

More than 60 essays covering a wide range of home schooling concerns and issues, such as late readers, value of play, socialisation, learning maths, part time school, and thoughts on testing.

An intimate and honest look at day-to-day homeschooling life spanning several years. Includes articles on learning maths, reading and writing, spelling, socialisation, part time schooling, fathers and homeschooling, value of play, grading and testing, coping with stress and illness, and much more.

Unschooling takes 'education' out of learning - allowing learning to occur in a natural way, led by interest, passion, need, want, desire, to satisfy some immediate demand or long term goal. Learning becomes personally meaningful to the learner. This doesn't take the 'teacher' or 'mentor' out of the picture - home learning, in whatever form it takes, is a family and community affair. Decisions made about learning activities are generally cooperatively decided after consultation and shared brainstorming sessions. Sometimes learning becomes an intensively personal affair; at other times the whole family will pursue an interest together with avid interest.

THE BOOK THAT WILL CONVINCE YOU TO RELAX...


To find out more about this book, please visit www.alwayslearningbooks.com.au
Also by Beverley Paine
Natural Learning Answers

A refreshing practical approach to unschooling from a natural learning perspective based on the needs of the child and family and which demystifies and simplifies the philosophy and practice of this style of home education. Drawn from her correspondence with many families, this booklet offers answers to many of the questions parents most frequently ask about natural learning.

For more information about this book, please visit alwayslearningbooks.com.au
Subscribe to Homeschool~Unschool~Australia! Beverley's new quarterly journal

A quarterly collection of recent writing published by long-term home educator Beverley Paine on her on websites, blogs, and online support groups.

The content reflects her keen interest in promoting home education and respects and honours the many different approaches families use to enrich their children's learning experiences.

Every week she reads, reflects and responds to the hundreds of posts and emails she receives and collates her responses as well as information about resources and approaches into this very readable 40 page or more magazine.

Her style of writing is friendly, supportive, honest and frank and above all else clearly demonstrates her passion for children and learning.

Dip into her three decades of parenting and educating experience!

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