Author name: Eva Varga

Eva is passionate about education. She has extensive experience in both formal and informal settings. She presently homeschools her two young children (Academia Celestia), teaches professional development courses through the Heritage Institute, and writes a middle level science curriculum called Science Logic. In her spare time she enjoys reading, traveling, learning new languages, and above all spending time with her family. ♥

Blueberry Lemon Dutch Oven Cobbler – Perfect for Summer Campouts

Dutch oven recipe for summer campouts. My family has always loved camping. When the children were toddlers, we enjoyed annual summer camping trips and occasional day hikes. Now that they are older, we have expanded our outdoor experiences and skill sets to include overnight backpacking trips and Dutch oven cooking. My daughter is an active Venturer and aims […]

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Conservation and Climate Change Activism

When I first started homeschooling almost 20 years ago, I knew in my heart that conservation and climate change activism would be a major component. I sought out every opportunity for outdoor experiences for my kids to learn about conservation practices and science first hand. Our desire to make a difference for the environment resulted

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3 Tips for Learning a Foreign Language

I didn’t start learning a foreign language until high school. Two years of a foreign language were strongly advised for all students in college, yet few language learning opportunities existed. The only options available were Spanish or French. In fact, the same is true of my alma mater today.  We live in a multicultural world.

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Discovering Our Norwegian Ancestry with Rosemaling

I grew up in a Norwegian American home. My maternal and paternal great grandparents emigrated to the United States in the mid-1880s. Many of the foods that I consider comfort foods are of Scandinavian origin. While family recipes have been passed down through the generations, sadly other traditions have slowly been lost. My ancestral heritage is

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