Hey Homeschool Parents!
You know, my wife and I worked hard over the years to create businesses that offer us flexibility.
We now have the privilege to take the time we want for our priorities.
Unfortunately, what that hard work didn’t do was exempt us from struggling as new homeschoolers.
We found ourselves up against the same, common questions many new homeschoolers face.
Mainly, “Are we doing right by our child? Are we meeting their educational needs and not so much our academic desires?”
We constantly questioned if we were giving our son the right tools for success.
And if we weren’t, what then?
How could we turn it around?
Adjust? Make it right?
We were grateful to have had like-minded parents to help us in our homeschool journey.
Because, for a long time, we wanted to dramatically improve our homeschooling, but we weren’t sure how. And talking to a lot of other homeschoolers, I see similar struggles. I hear similar questions.
Parents that want to be effective, but not finding like-minded parents to help them:
- Someone who has already gone through all the hoops.
- Already bounced from one curriculum to the next.
- That parent that has gone from a digital planner to a paper planner and then back to digital.
Because we have some flexibility with our time and we continue to work on improving this site to provide excellent content, we decided to conduct a research project.
This ties into what I’m trying to do at homeschool-curriculum.org: “Transform the way we educate our children by helping parents with the confidence they need to provide the highest quality, most individualized education for their children, helping to retain their originality, their creativity and their independence.”
But I can’t do this research project alone.
As much as I would love to be that one-parent crusader, it wouldn’t be very effective.
And I don’t think too many people would hear me.
So, I want to ask for your help. Hopefully, you won’t think I’m asking much: just 10 or 15 minutes to hear your advice.
My goal is to interview 50 homeschooling parents about what they are doing effectively in their homeschools. I’m calling this our Homeschool Help Research Project.
I would love if one of those 50 were you.
It doesn’t matter if you think your schedule still needs tweaking, your housekeeping systems need an overhaul, or your meal planning has fallen through the cracks.
I’d love to understand what works in your homeschool. What things you look forward to in your typical homeschool day.
When I’ve completed those 50 interviews (that won’t last longer than 15 minutes), I’m going to create a report.
That report is going to be filled with insights on how to effectively solve common problems encountered by new homeschoolers.
While you’re helping me to improve this site, I want to give that report to you as a thank you for your help in this mission.
Here’s why you’ll want the report – you’ll get to know:
- The latest about what other homeschooling parents are doing
- How they are making their home school as effective as possible
- The common challenges they have and how they are solving them
I thought to limit this to 50 people so we have enough information to be meaningful but not so many interviews that I can’t manage all of the information and get it back you in a timely manner.
If you’re willing to help, just enter your email address at the bottom of the page to let me know you want in on this Homeschool Help Research Project.
I’m not asking you to purchase anything; I’m not even asking you to pay me for the phone call.
Our goal is to give new homeschool families a better chance of success (of course my wife and I will use the insights in our own homeschooling!).
I want to improve our site to help wipe out those same initial frustrations my wife and I felt.
Frustrations that are common but don’t have to be overwhelming.
Be one of the first 50 and the Homeschool Help Research report is yours, free of charge, as a thank you for your time.
Your input will be invaluable to new homeschoolers.
And because I think your insight would help homeschoolers be that much more effective, I’m also going to offer a special recording on “How Your Child Learns Best.”
This was a segment done for our Perfect Homeschool Day webinar. It wasn’t recorded, so you won’t find this anywhere.
I’m creating a special recording it JUST FOR YOU.
That’s how much I value your time.
Again,if you’re interested, let me know your email address and we can set up a time to connect. The form is at the bottom of this page.
The first 50 get the Homeschool Help Research report and the special recording, “How Your Child Learns Best.”
I look forward to hearing from you.