About 2017-10-23T23:35:24+00:00

Courageous Indie?

Yup. It’s true. Homeschooling takes courage.

Whether you’re a seasoned homeschooler or new at this indie learning thing, it’s hard work and filled with second-guesses and uncertainty. After all, the responsibility to educate your kids feels enormous and the landscape changes as often as…well, it changes with the continuously evolving needs of your learners.

It’s also thrilling to ignite sparks of curiosity, creativity, and discovery in your kids. It’s amazing to watch them grow into creative self-starters. This is what delights you, what you look forward to day-to-day, what you cherish. It’s awesome.

Still, if you find yourself puzzling over how to organize your day, how to deliver creative learning experiences, how to know you’re doing a good job, or just how to create a homeschooling experience that you and your family will love, you’re in good company. And, I want you to know that you can do this. All you need are the right tools, resources, and information to get you started and a little bit of support to keep you going.

And, that’s where Courageous Indie’s self-paced courses—arriving in early 2018—come into play. They help you:

  • Develop your teaching skills
  • Grow skills that nurture self-directed learning in your students
  • Design engaging lessons, experiences, and learning environments
  • Know you’re doing a good job

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Who is Liz?
Liz Ness is the indie mom behind Courageous Indie. Together with her husband, she’s been homeschooling her son for over five years, infusing all sorts of things she learned as a trainer and a senior engineer in the tech industry. Turns out that process engineering, quality engineering, project management, and teaching others are great skills to have when homeschooling! Presently, Liz lives in Vancouver, WA, where she finds it easy to beat the 1 in 10,000 odds of finding four-leaf clovers and is beginning to wonder if that’s a made-up statistic.