Are you thinking about homeschooling your child? Perhaps you’re 90% sure you’re going to jump in but would like one more piece of information to convince yourself to take the leap, or maybe you’re already on your homeschooling adventure and want to give your child something for motivation.
It is an important staple of the American education system and is used to determine many things like whether you can advance to the next grade, graduate, or even go to the college, university, or graduate school of your choice. They are even used by the military to allocate job assignments.
Today we will discuss some methods you can use to begin hacking your student’s minds so they get the most out of each lesson you present.
There seems to be plenty of resources and information available to students planning to attend college, but where do students who have alternate plans turn? There aren’t academic advisors for those not following the traditional route in most public schools. How do we set those students up for success? In today’s post, we will discuss ways you can help support students to discover the path that is right for them.
The main difference between charter and traditional public schools is autonomy. Charters are free to pursue alternative curriculum approaches and can focus on specific fields of study, such as art and technology.
“Hello, I am Katie from the social media channel, “Good Patriot.” My purpose online is to help encourage and educate people in their faith and freedom”
Join me today as we conclude our conversation with Debbi about what it was like to homeschool in the 1990s, her experience mainstreaming homeschooled kids in the 2000s, and how she views the issues within education today.
When considering teachers’ unions, most people automatically assume a positive connotation. The very term union suggests togetherness, and what could be better than a group of teachers coming together for the common good of one another and their students?
Join me today as we continue our conversation with Debbi about what it was like to homeschool in the 1990s and how she views the issues within education today that are affecting her grandchildren, both homeschooled and mainstreamed.
Join me in today’s episode as Debbi tells the story of how our family got into homeschooling in the early 1990s and what it was really like homeschooling before the internet. She also shares stories about me as a homeschooling student and how she worked within the law to create the experiences that I still treasure today.