Homeopathic SchoolsWritten by C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot
Homeopathic Schools can be found throughout Nation and world. Instructing in Law of Similars ("like cures like"), Homeopathic schools seek to expand awareness of homeopathic benefits to all persons.
Homeopathic schools include programs that prepare students for homeopathic certification (through CHC) in North America. Additionally, homeopathic schools offer approximately three to four years of course and clinical work which can be tailored to meet your needs. For example, homeopathic schools often offer flexible part-time schedules, (including evenings and weekends), and affordability as well.
Homeopathic schools teach an alternative medicine that attempts to stimulate body to heal itself. In homeopathy, signs of body's fashion to heal itself could be as subtle as coughing through a cold; instead of suppressing our coughs, homeopathic remedies will cause cough to be more productive.
Homeopathic schools primarily instruct that "health" of person's physical body includes emotional and mental wellbeing of individual as well. If you'd like more information about homeopathic schools, or are interested in attending a homeopathic school, Holistic Junction has several school directories which you may peruse at your leisure.
Home Schooling in your RVWritten by Rooster
At first glance terms “hitting road” and “hitting books” might appear mutually exclusive. But if you home school your children and have access to a motor home, read on.
Your one room school house on wheels.
One of major concerns of parents who decide to home school their children is that their child is not exposed to wide array of mental stimuli encountered by children who participate in a more conventional education. Children who go to public and even private schools are exposed to many different cultures, personalities and diverse beliefs. However, children schooled in home sometimes are not exposed to a wide variety of other children. Co-operative home schooling, which brings a number of families together to share work in educating their children, helps somewhat but home schooled children still, may not experience plethora of mental stimuli experienced by their more traditionally schooled counterparts. One way to ensure that your child has access to these stimuli is to pack up your motor home and hit road.
As you head down highway in your one room school house on wheels, opportunities for teaching abound. In addition to regular daily lesson plan, you can incorporate trip specific lessons into daily work. For example, math lesson begins when you stop at neighborhood filling station to top off your tank. Consult owners’ manual of your motor home and find out capacity in gallons of your fuel tank. If age and grade appropriate have your young student convert this measurement from gallons to liters. For younger children, a fun activity is to let them watch pump through RV window and count gallons or even tenths of gallons that pour into your motor homes fuel tank. Of course with current price of gasoline, this activity will be much more fun for them than for you. Once you’ve filled your tank, get out map and sit with your student to study your route. Consult your motor home’s manual again and find how many miles per gallon you can expect to get. Help your young student compose a formula to find how far down planned route you’ll be able to travel before your motor home requires fuel again. You can help your child use map to help navigate as you travel along. Plan a side trip at spur of moment. Ask your child to tell you how this side trip will affect your timetable and fuel bill?