Professor Jo Boaler teaches at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education and is the CEO and co-founder of www.YouCubed.com , a site that offers a wide variety of math-education resources and tools for teachers, parents, and students. Professor Boaler, who … Read the rest
If you were to ask the average American high school student if he or she needs to learn a foreign language they would probably respond with “No, everybody speaks English these days.” Really?
Why Homeschool Students Should Study Foreign Languages… Read the rest
Whether you are new to homeschooling or you’ve been doing it for years, you have probably considered attending a homeschool convention. Should you go or not go? Will it be worth it for you to invest the time and energy … Read the rest
We sat in her car while it idled in my driveway, brainstorming all the ways she could introduce the potential change to her son. She was willing to put in the work and take charge of the boy’s education, as … Read the rest
As the summer is picking up speed and fall is getting closer, I am slowly getting my homeschooling wheels turning for the fall. It’s time to think of what changes I need to make to our weekly schedule.
Why is … Read the rest
Our homeschool year will begin in just a few more weeks. Since Upstate New York only gets a few months of warm weather every year and about nine months of cold, I try to put off our start date until … Read the rest
Apex Learning, a proven high school curriculum for honors and AP (Advanced Placement) courses, is bringing its robust online learning to middle school. The vision for Apex middle school courseware is to fully prepare the student to be successful in … Read the rest
Global Student Network is pleased to announce that students can now enroll in online American Sign Language (ASL) courses. Offered through eDynamic Learning, students have two options for learning sign language: American Sign Language 1: Learn to Sign; American Sign … Read the rest
Ready for homeschool?
It’s that time of year when homeschool parents need to start evaluating what to do for the fall and how to make everything work for the new homeschool year. There are hundreds of curriculum options out there … Read the rest
Wow! Summer is going by quickly! If you’re like me, you’re desperately trying to cross off those “summer bucket list” items before it’s time to return to the school routine. For example, we squeezed in a camping trip this weekend … Read the rest