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Michelle Dalrymple

Michelle Dalrymple


Former columnist for Practical Homeschooling Magazine.

Michelle Dalrymple is a homeschooling mom of three young children. She is a writer and a professor of English at Kalamazoo Valley Community College.


Homeschooling Articles by Michelle Dalrymple

What a Difference Homeschool Makes! College instructor Michelle Dalrymple tells us what she learned about the difference between traditionally schooled and homeschooled students.

Your First College Class Michelle Dalrymple shares hints on how to make a good impression from the first day of class.

Grandpa Was a Gem How one grandpa made homeschool great.

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