Are standardized tests really necessary? Let's explore the purpose of standardized tests and how they can be used as a valuable tool for homeschooling parents. How can we decode the results of standardized tests and discover how they can help us identify areas where our children may need extra support? Don't let the numbers define us, let's focus on strengthening our children's skills and learning together.
While I love homeschooling and have learned a lot along the way - there are things that I wish I knew before I started homeschooling.
Homeschooling a child with dyslexia requires patience and flexibility. Every child is unique, but allowing them to learn in the way they learn best, with the support they need will set them up for success.
In this day and age of great technology, should we be afraid or should we utilize it? Some of it, like chatGPT can be a great tool if you use it the right way.
Choosing the right homeschool curriculum for your child can feel daunting but it doesn't have to be. Here are 5 tips to help you.
Here are 5 simple steps to help you get started with homeschool. Often knowing where to start is the hardest. Let's make is easy!
Homeschool co-ops can be a wonderful decision for your family. There are many benefits for your schooling journey. I know that we get so much out of ours.
Charlotte Mason hoped education would open the doors of equality and opportunity for all students, regardless of what social class they belong to. She believed that all children deserve dignity and respect, and this can be given within education too.
https://youtu.be/R-xqyqiyGiY I am a trained teacher (I have 2 education degrees) and I have taught three different school systems (British, Australian and American). Education is a passion for me. I…