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The Hub in Downtown Leesburg is a great resource for student-members to experience IndED’s project-based learning model, while exploring the world of the Arts, Citizenship, Leadership, and Science.
For the Winter session we have: American Founding and the Constitution, Thinking Like a Scientist, and the new Homeschool Chess Club.
We’re proud to announce that the annual Loudoun Times Mirror poll has IndED as the WINNER in the “Education Enrichment” category. We really do appreciate the support of our parents, students, and the community who have embraced our unconventional approach to...Read more
My son loves Helena and her on hands-on science class...Highly recommend for public school students and homeschoolers alike.
This is an outstanding resource to help parents cultivate community and learning in their children while the kids actually have fun. Pure genius.
Probably one of the most important ideas in Loudoun in ages...
As part of our effort to continually find partnerships and resources in the community to give students creative, hands on, and project-based learning opportunities, IndED is excited to announce its involvement in the new Youth Maker/Innovator Challenge, which was announced yesterday by Makersmiths
by, Dr. Suzanne Nixon, EdD, LPC, LMFT When we think about health and wellness, we typically think about our individual well-being. New Year goals are a perfect example: “I will exercise more.”; “I will lose weight.”; “I will learn strategies
Modern education is going through some significant changes. These changes are good, or have the potential for good, but have equal potential to be… less than good. For instance, the use of technology is good. Technology (particularly Information Technology) makes it
ON SEPTEMBER 16, 1619, a group of 38 English colonists headed by Captain John Woodlief sailed from England aboard the Margaret. They landed at Berkeley Hundred in Virginia 10 weeks later. The settlers were sent by the London Company which owned thousands