Homeschoolers online

Listed below are the blogs, facebook pages and twitter feeds of homeschoolers who are active on the web, sharing their views and experiences on various topics

Aravinda
http://jivanshala.wordpress.com
http://askamma.wordpress.com

Arun Lassery
http://arunelassery.blogspot.com

Chetana K
http://whichdisha.wordpress.com

Dola Dasgupta
http://childrenmypartners.wordpress.com
http://thouartthycreator.wordpress.com

Hema Bhardwaj
http://thebharadwajshine.blogspot.in
http://thebharadwajknights.blogspot.in

Hema & Dev Jain
http://devandhema.blogspot.in

Hemant Kutti
http://hemantkutti.blogspot.com

Himadri Gupta Pachori
http://www.mumpaintslives.blogspot.com
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mum-Paints-Lives

K Srilata
http://ksrilata.wordpress.com

Mathew S Peedikayil
http://drspmathew.wordpress.com

Pari
http://www.tinkerearth.com

Poonam Kurani
http://idyllmomments.blogspot.in

Priya Desikan
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http://mymusings-pd.blogspot.in
http://people-for-change.blogspot.in

Priya Ravi
http://thitli.blogspot.in

Puneet Bhatnagar
http://www.puneetbhatnagar.co.in

Rashmie Jaaju
http://www.mommy-labs.com
http://www.facebook.com/MommyLabs
http://twitter.com/MommyLabs

Sejal Patel Chevli
http://sejal-vidyarth.blogspot.com

Sangeetha Shankar
http://shankars-littleonestep.blogspot.in

Sangeetha Sriram
http://sangeethasriram.blogspot.in

Sanjyot Hardikar
http://skysmileswithus.wordpress.com

Vidyut Kale
http://nisarga.info
http://homeschoolingindia.in

Viveka Sah
http://vivekasblog.wordpress.com

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10 Responses to “Homeschoolers online”

  1. Subhash August 17, 2014 at 6:14 pm #

    Hi,
    I am really looking for some thing like this. I don’t want my baby to grow up in controlled environment of 4 walls around her and inside her.

    But, I have couple of questions bugging me.

    1. How are you compensating for the loss of Kids social life. Once Home-schooling days are over, they have to face this competitive world either in Collage or job.
    2. What is the best way of spending time with Kids. Is it better spend through out the day without pre-set timings as and when Kid needs it or should have disciplined timings. (only Timing not what or how they are learning).
    I like spending through out the day, but I have to go to job.

    3. How to make sure that they will be able to survive after the school days are over and they enter collage days.

    -Subhash

  2. Geetha January 20, 2016 at 4:57 pm #

    Hi
    I am seriously considering the idea of homeschooling my child. Before I go that route, I want to get a few things cleared. My objective is to provide her an environment that would nurture her potential which is not happening in school. I feel most of her time spent in school in unproductive. So I am all willing to do it if I know how to get her assessed annually to get a grade stamp. Also how can she participate in competitive exams like asset, olympiad etc
    Thanks
    Geetha

    • Navin Pangti January 30, 2016 at 10:47 pm #

      olympiad etc should not be a problem but regular assessment is something which most homeschoolers do not go for. if you wish you can yourself do it 🙂 there is OBE programme of NIOS so one could opt for that if one is keen

  3. Geetha January 31, 2016 at 8:27 pm #

    Thank you very much for your response. I heard NIOS is typically for 10th and 12th exams. Are there assessments for in between grades as well like a 4th,5th etc. Also if you could specify how to appear for Asset and olympiad exams as a homeschooler that would help.

    thanks

  4. Mukta Bhave Ketkar September 18, 2016 at 5:30 am #

    Hello,

    My son is 15 months old and I am thinking about this homeschooling option. I am educated through regular school but I have observed that regular classroom sessions I did not enjoy as much I enjoyed doing various projects on different subjects. Our school was very pro about learning through project method in which we use to do choose a subject, do research on it through books, Internet, experts and learn. I still clearly remember all I have learned through project method, but I do not remember much that I have learned through classroom method. I want my child to enjoy his learning.
    Also I post graduated in one subject and later followed my passion in acting and now I earn through that. I feel I wasted many years in doing the post graduation, it would have been better if I would have used that time to find out my passion. I feel my child could find his passion early if he goes by homeschooling.
    One more question is
    1.How much time I have to dedicate for this? Should I have to give up my career n give my all time here?
    2. Do u homeschoolers follow any specific curriculum and go by that? Which curriculum?

  5. rajshreesoni@gmail.com November 2, 2016 at 3:10 am #

    u can contact on 9549471851
    i am doing homeschooing for my daughter
    or u can give me your no. if u wish we can add you in whatsapp homeschooling group

  6. Sheetal soni March 6, 2017 at 4:47 pm #

    Hello I’m considering home schooling formy daughters 9th & 10th .does anyone have a clue how to go about it .shes doing the IGCSE CURRICULUM currently .any one I can talk to regarding home schooling in mumbai.

  7. Aahana H M March 28, 2017 at 3:28 am #

    Hi,

    I’m currently doing my 8th standard in CBSE and I want to homeschool myself in IGCSE from 9th. But my only worry is if Indian universities will not accept me after my 12th. I want to join Indian Institute of Science for my graduation. Please help.

    Thanks
    Aahana

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