Virtual Friends School?

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Virtual Friends School?

The beginnings of a discussion to develop a resource center for home-schoolers and others interested in Friends Education but are unable to send their children to a "Real" Friends School.

Location: here?
Members: 23
Latest Activity: 5th month 16, 2018

Jan. 2011: After a long hiatus and the "temporary" demise of the virtualfriends school dot org website, we are considering whether or not to try to reconstitute the efforts either here on QuakerQuaker or somewhere else.

 

We still believe there is a place for a Virtual Friends education discussion/presence, but are unclear as to how to proceed since there have been a wide variety of responses to the idea from several sources. In addition, there are many sources already available for homeschoolers and it is difficult to know what to develop in what format.

 

Maybe just listing the possible resources here or on a separate blog might be helpful.

 

I will attempt to start a new blog site as a beginning in the next couple of days and post back here.

Discussion Forum

Friendly Opportunities and Lessons Available

Started by Jan Lyn Lewis. Last reply by Tamara Baverey /Levi 1st month 12, 2013. 2 Replies

Some Queries

Started by Tom Smith 1st month 28, 2011. 0 Replies

Virtual Schooling

Started by Jan Lyn Lewis 9th month 27, 2009. 0 Replies

Meetups, Events, and Resources

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Comment by Tom Smith on 7th mo. 3, 2010 at 5:28am
Just a quick update on inactivity (at least at this site). We have moved to Minnesota and have been busy with the move and settling in for the last couple of months. We will attempt to become more active here and at virtualfriendsschool.
Comment by Jan Lyn Lewis on 8th mo. 9, 2009 at 6:54pm
Dear Tom,
I read the updates on www.virtualfriendsschool.org and feel they are excellent. Also, your three R's are a good reminder for us parents and children a like. I'd like to hang that in my school room.
Thanks for your time and effort in all of this.
Jan Lyn
 

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