Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – #Family – Reflections on Learning by Norah Colvin

I’m over at Sally Cronin’s wonderful blog again this week, sharing another post from my family archives. However, this time the post author is my wonderful daughter who shares her thoughts on being home educated. We’d all love it if you popped over to read and share your thoughts.

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Today is the last in the present series from the archives of Norah Colvin which is actually reflections on learning by her daughter Bec, and written when she was 26 in 2013โ€ฆ so I am sure that her PhD in Environmental Management is being put to good use. Bec shares her early memories of being home schooled until enrolling in school in grade 4.

Reflections on Learning

In a previous post To school or not to school I explored some issues I was grappling with as my daughter reached school age. I stated then that in future posts I would explore the effects of decisions I made upon my childrenโ€™s (and my) education.

My daughter, Bec, now 25 and working towards a PhD in Environmental Management at UQ, has beaten me to the post by writing the following reflections on her schooling experiences. Who better to explore the effectsโ€ฆ

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17 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – #Family – Reflections on Learning by Norah Colvin

    1. Norah Post author

      Thanks, Kate. I’m pleased you enjoyed the interview. You guessed it – she is an academic. She is currently in the Climate Change Institute at ANU but soon changing to the Crawford School of Public Policy, also at ANU. She is very much into research and teaching, and anything to do with managing the environment. ๐Ÿ™‚

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