A libertarian leaning, common preference seeking, pro-science, pro-critical rationalism, humanist blog, which is mainly, but by no means exclusively, about home educating in the UK.
No Schome would have been no more the answer for dd than anything else.She simply couldn't have coped with itoriginally and isn't interested now......Sorry if I am being a bit daft about this but...I have already found the answer anyway. I'm not looking for anything else. It's called autonomous education. That's it.
Yes, I'm a bit mystified re: the answer Carlotta. What was the question please?
You're right to ask Gill! I think I was thinking of a properly resourced, non-compulsory, exciting educational virtual reality, a la WoW but with a reality-based content. Have been dreaming of this quietly for years, but don't think Schome is yet the answer as it looks limited and clunky atm, sadly.
I think I will stick with what I know works:) Tbh my kids are not that into computers as a learning resource. they prefer to play games on then lol
"Tbh my kids are not that into computers as a learning resource. they prefer to play games on then lol"And you think playing games is what? An action void of problem solving? It's not, it's learning too. :)
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