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Category: Opinions

Opinions

WFH From A Homeschooling Perspective

Dawn Fung shared with ST journalist Amelia Teng her opinion of WFH and juggling homeschooling although her WFH is mainly in caregiving and community building. Her thoughts turned into an article.

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Opinion: Encouraging MOE during Covid-19

On 11 April 2020, members of the Homeschool Singapore community wrote in to appreciate the work of Education Minister Ong Ye Kung and the MOE team. We reprint the appreciation to invite more homeschoolers to join in.

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Review : Wonderland, an original homeschoolers musical

Dawn Fung reviews Wonderland, an original homeschoolers musical that happened last Sat at the Salvation Army auditorium at Upper Bukit Timah. Supervised by homeschooling mum Vivian Kwek, the production was a testament to the resilience and creativity of self-directed learning among high school homeschooling kids. 

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Review : The Dog Ate My Experiment! By Kaz

“The Dog Ate My Experiment!” Is the latest book by KS “Kaz” Augustin, a homeschool mum based in Malaysia . It is an internationally-focused strategic guide for parents in, or contemplating, homeschooling. It isn’t a subject-and-assessment blow-by-blow listing but presents considerations and strategies in making homeschooling work for your situation. Local homeschool mum Tan Mei Ling reviews.

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