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Guide to Homeschooling- Know Your Child- Stanford University Pt. 1

Part 1 Recap: Step 1: Know Your Child How does my child learn? Is he/she a visual, tactile, audio, or kinesthetic learner? What are his/her talents? What are his/her strengths and weaknesses? Step 2: Deprogramming Deprogram your child and yourself. You do not need to recreate the traditional schooling environment. Begin to think about what [...]

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Guide to Homeschooling- Developing Your Curriculum- Stanford University Pt. 5

Tip 1: Take a broad approach. Tip 2: When teaching different age groups, teach the same subject at different levels. Tip 3: Organize yourself- consider using a composition notebook or binder as a planning tool. Recommendation: Usborne & Kingfisher books. Tip 4: Tab It Out! Tip 5: Help your student gain a global world view- [...]

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Guide to Homeschooling- How to Create a Reading & Writing Curriculum- Stanford University Pt. 7

More Resources: Tanya Smith-Johnson graduated high school at 17 and enlisted into the United States Navy as a member of the Hospital Corps. She was awarded a NROTC scholarship to Hampton University. Smith-Johnson graduated in 2002 with a in biology and in Medical Science in 2004. She began medical school at the Philadelphia College of [...]

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Guide to Homeschooling- The “Unschooler” Method- Stanford University Pt. 4

"Unschoolers" follow a rhythm more than they stick to a schedule. More Resources: Tanya Smith-Johnson graduated high school at 17 and enlisted into the United States Navy as a member of the Hospital Corps. She was awarded a NROTC scholarship to Hampton University. Smith-Johnson graduated in 2002 with a in biology and in Medical Science [...]

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Guide to Homeschooling- Deprogramming your child & yourself- Stanford University Pt. 3

Deprogramming Recap: 1. Give yourself and your child time to adjust to a new learning environment. 2. Your schooling place can take place anywhere! Don't limit yourself. 3. The library is your biggest resource. 4. Homeschooling is a new frontier. 5. Structure your learning environment in ways that are best for you and your child. [...]

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