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Bubble Academy for Parents (of Homeschoolers)

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We think that bundling kids into a class together so that the only people they ever interact with is other kids of exactly the same age, and adults of roughly the same age, is the very worst way to bring up healthy, adaptive, well-rounded children.
We also think this ultimately leads to a fractured society. The solution is intergenerational learning, just like the old days!
It takes a village to raise a child.
We also like to encourage peer-to-peer (P2P) learning & teaching because "You never really know, how much you know, until you need to teach it to someone else."

So we teach kids (and parents) how to teach other kids (and their parents). We think this is the best way to teach everyone. It creates a healthier learning culture and engenders much more constructive behaviour overall.

And this brings us to Bubbleosophy. 
In Bubbleosophy, learning and teaching are seen as core life skills. Bubbleosophy is a "meta" layer that sits on top of Bubbleology so as to help kids learn about their own learningin a way that also helps them learn how to teach.Often called metacognition in educational psychology, it has been shown time and time again to radically upgrade kids' ability to self-learn and develop a deep love of learning throughout life. It is basically the Holy Grail of education. Other educators have developed tools to achieve moments of metacognitive learning here and there but Dr Froth was lucky in that he was the first to realize that the notion that everyone lives in their own little bubble present the perfect foundation for an entire curriculum for kids to learn metacognition. 

Throughout our course on Bubbleology, Dr Froth and his team will sprinkle in Bubbleosophy for fun and context framing. You can get started with your own kids now if you like, simply take any word that ends with an ~able or ~ible suffix, and instead say it as ~bubble. So instead of saying "Are you feeling comfortable?" you can say: "Are you feeling comfort-a-bubble?".

By placing the noun "~bubble" on the end it helps to make subjective ideas more objective. Or as we like to say, it helps make emotional feelings more access-i-bubble and grasp-a-bubble. This is especially helpful for developing emotional literacy and empathy. 

Here are some other words from Dr Froth's Dictionary of Modern Bubbleosophy to help get you started with your own kids:
Response-i-bubble Adapt-a-bubble
Rely-a-bubble Vulner-a-bubble Miser-a-bubble

You get the idea.
There is a lot moreto Bubbleosophy than just the dictionary of terms but they are such a fun way of getting the ball rolling because it helps kids become... metalinguistic (i.e. speaking about speaking or; communicating about communication. 

When we sprinkle in Bubbleosophy we will be doing so to remember that we each live in our own little bubble, and that helps us look out for one another. Later we can build upon this with ideas of "the shared commons" and other concepts that are critical to healthy adolescent and adult development.

In line with this all of this educational philosophy, we sincerely encourage parents to sign up as fellow students and delight in the joy of learning Bubbleology & Bubbleosophy - making it a whole family learning experience.

Sign up now and parents can join for 50% off of the kids' price. We're not sure how long this offer will run.