Posts Tagged ‘ curriculum ’

No. Carolina: Homeschool Coops

No. Carolina: Homeschool Coops

In the October 5 Asheville, North Carolina Citizen-Times, writer Ashley Wilson’s article, Home-schoolers turn to co-ops, is subtitled There’s nothing lonely about learning at home. After some standard fare about homeschooled kids dissecting owl pellets, staining woodworking projects and drawing pictures, the writer reveals that “support groups, organizations, sports teams, clubs and cooperatives for...
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Kathy Ceceri's Home Sciences

Kathy Ceceri's Home Sciences

Kathy Ceceri, who wrote HEM’s Hands-On Learning column for years, is a freelance writer, teaching artist and homeschooling mom who states her goal is “to make science interesting and memorable!” She’s doing a great job of that with her Home Biology, Home Chemistry, and now Home Physics, bringing hands-on learning to homeschoolers – and...
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Things I Want My Kids to Learn

In the Sept-Oct, 2003 issue of Home Education Magazine, Sue Smith-Heavenrich writes about The Things I Really Want My Kids to Learn: By September, every homeschooler in our state has outlined her proposed curriculum and sent it off to the local school district. I never found the forms our school district sent us particularly...
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Virtual Expeditions

Virtual Expeditions

In the November-December 1997 issue of Home Education Magazine, in an article titled The Value of Virtual Expeditions, Judy Aron shared some wonderful experiences her family had enjoyed via virtual expeditions: Every homeschooler knows what a wonderful learning opportunity travel is for kids. They learn mathematics (conversion rates in currency, distances traveled), history, social...
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Educator.com

Educator.com has over 500 math and science subjects, presented via self-paced video learning programs, priced at $20 per month or a $200 annual subscription. The instructional videos are informative and easy to understand, and a helpful in-depth review can be found at the Heart of the Matter site.
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