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Learn About Homeschool Curriculum Reviews

May 14th, 2018

All parents want the best education for their children, perhaps none more so than homeschooling parents. With so many homeschool curriculums available on the market today, it has become necessary to find reviews that can help parents make the right decision on choosing the best curriculum. You must know where to find homeschool curriculum reviews so your child can get the best possible home education.

You can contact curriculum publishers and ask for samples of their materials. Review these samples and see if they fit your personal home schooling philosophy. Compare the samples to determine which ones are best.

It’s a good idea to find out the curriculum being used by public and private schools in your area. Some of the curriculum materials may be available to homeschoolers. See how they compare with other curriculums.

Talk to other parents of homeschooled children and ask about the curriculums they are using. Find out what they like or don’t like about their child’s curriculum.

A reliable homeschool review is a valuable tool that can help you choose the best curriculum for your child. A number of sites provide curriculum reviews for homeschooling. Most of these sites focus on the advantages of the curriculum being reviewed and not so much on the negative side, but they are still very helpful in finding the information you want. The following homeschool curriculum review sites are suggested:

Home School Christian Reviews: This site provides home schooling product reviews, including curriculum author interviews.

Home School Reviews: This site provides reviews of specific homeschool curriculum posted by various people who have actually used the curriculums. You can expect honest feedbacks on what they like or don’t like about the curriculum. However, you must remember that a curriculum someone does not like may be exactly what you are looking for.

Cathy Duffy’s Home School Curriculum Reviews: You will find reviews of the major home school curriculums as well as lesser known materials. The reviews are detailed and frequently offer concrete examples from the materials. The benefits as well as actual and potential problems of the curriculums are also cited.

Living Math Reviews: Parents looking for effective math-related home school curriculums can use this site to check out the best ones available in the market today. This site gives good advice and is highly recommended.

After checking out different homeschool curriculum review sites, you should be able to make your choice more easily. Know the learning style and type of structure you want before you begin your search for a curriculum for homeschooling.

How Parents Can Recognize a Good High School

May 7th, 2018

When children reach the high school age one of the most challenging tasks for parents is finding a good school for their children’s to attend. Parents need to be able to recognize what successful high schools looks like, and utilizes that information to identify the best choice for their children. Making an informed decision can help determine what school has the best career preparation for their child. Ultimately, their future is in the hands of the school they decide to attend.

High schools are very important when it comes to helping children to mature into productive people in our society. Who we allow to education our children is very important, and should be taken very seriously. The successful schools have a staff which demonstrates they have a vested interest in helping children to succeed, and they will do whatever it takes to make it happen.

Successful high schools generally have some of the same characteristics. Parents should become aware of these characteristics in order to make an informed decision when enrolling children in school. In order to make an educated decision, parents should do their homework and research any school they have an interest in. This article can help parents by discussing five characteristics successful high schools have in common. Parents should take the time to investigate these characteristics before making a choice on which school to enroll their children.

The first positive quality involves the staff:

Is the staff motivated to help the students?

Is the staff qualified to meet the demands of high school students?

Does the school have good experienced teachers?

Are the teachers certified in their subject area?

Does the staff work after school if needed to help improve student achievement?

Do the students and parents have a good repore with the staff?

Is the staff involved with extra-curricular activities with the students?

Does the staff keep the parents informed of the progress of their child?

The second positive quality involves the school curriculum:

Does the curriculum meet the needs of the population it serves?

Does the curriculum involve higher order thinking skills, and investigative skills for the students?

Does the curriculum align with the state standards?

Does the curriculum allow for student participation?

Does the curriculum have strong assessment tools for the students?

Does the curriculum allow for help when students are behind?

Does the curriculum have a track record of success?

The Third Positive quality involves a successful track record:

What percentage of students graduated each year?

What percentage of students attended college?

What percentage of students attended a vocational?

What percentage of student’s sign-up for the Military each year?

What percentage of students gets jobs immediately after graduating?

How much scholarship money does the school earn each year?

What is the attendance record for the school?

What kind atmosphere is in the school?

Are parents involved in the school?

The fourth positive quality involves extra-curricular programs:

What kind of extra- curricular activities does the school offer?

Does the school offer a variety of extra-curricular activities?

Some of the activities might include the following: sports, clubs, organizations, coop program, tutoring program, field trips, college fair, college tours, dual enrollment programs, school officers, etc.

Are students encouraged to participate in extra-curricular programs?

Does the staff organize most of the extra-curricular programs?

Are there leadership opportunities for the students?

Are there a number of clubs and organizations for the students?

Can students start clubs or organizations?

The fifth quality involves the school leadership:

The principal of the school will be the person who will set the tone of the building. It is very important that the parent is familiar with the kind of person he/she is, and what kind of leadership style they utilize.

Is the principal positive when you talk to him/her?

Does the principal make every decision in the building?

Does the principal use a shared leadership style?

Does the principal have a good repore with the students, staff, and parents?

Does the principal have an open door policy?

Is the principal visible throughout the building and at school activities?

Is the principal open for creative ideas?

Does the principal put the students first?

Are academics important to the principal?

In addition to the qualities listed above, the parent can get additional information about the school and the principal by observing what is going on day to day in the building. The day to day activities should include an orderly run school with a respectful staff and helpful main office. Additional positive qualities include: having a mission statement visible as you enter the building and keeping the building, clean and safe.

Overall, parents need to do their homework before sending their children to attend a high school for the next four years. This opportunity only comes once in a life time, so parents and students need to be prepared to make this experience as successful as possible.

Yes, You Can Homeschool High School

April 30th, 2018

When it comes to high school, most homeschooling parents approach these years with fear and trepidation. I will admit that I did, as well. But I am so pleased that we decided to take the plunge and continue home schooling our oldest daughter rather than pursuing private or public school for these final four years. We are now homeschooling our son who has reached the high school years as well.

Are the high school years approaching in your home? I encourage you to stop, take a deep breath, and consider the possibility that homeschooling your high schooler might be a tremendous boon for you, your student and your whole family. Here are some reasons why…

1. This is when homeschooling really begins to pay off. Your student has become an independent learner and can schedule and manage his own work load. High school level work should not require a great amount of your time (although more of his than he might be used to!).

2. Ideally, your student, who is approaching high school, has become a real helper to you and her younger siblings. This is a wonderful time to have your teenage children at home by your side, learning to cook, garden, manage a home, build a deck, balance a checkbook, etc. Often high schoolers enrolled in public or private school do not have time to learn practical life skills because of the excessive class time and increased home work that their teachers demand.

3. High Schoolers are fun to be around. This is when your children become your friends. Now, don’t get me wrong, you still need to be their parent, BUT you are beginning to let go, little by little, letting them make their own mistakes, letting them learn from their own successes and failures. This is a time when kids can really begin to open up and talk – talk about real life issues, debatable topics, philosophical or theological differences, social pressures… Wouldn’t you like to be the one that he or she turns to? Wouldn’t you like to be the one that he asks advice from? Wouldn’t you like to continue developing that life-long heart-to-heart friendship? Homeschooling through the high school years can foster and grow this relationship because you have time to just “hang out” together.

So these are just a few reasons for you to consider as you decide whether or not you will press on. But how can it practically be done? This is a good question because we all know that high schoolers are learning material that is often above our heads. We often do not remember our Algebra 2 courses or advanced grammar exercises.

Here are some ideas that you can think about that might make homeschooling high school a more do-able scenario for you and your student:

RESEARCH

One of the intimating factors about homeschooling your high schooler is that it is most likely a 4 year decision. It is much easier to pull your student out of public high school than it is to stick him back in. Do your research before you make this big decision. These are the types

of things that you will want to find out in advance:

1. Find out what type of subjects and the number of credits that your state requires. Do a Google search to find this information. Type “(your state) high school requirements” into your search engine of choice.

2. Find out what needs to be recorded on a transcript and begin keeping this information from year 1 – when your student is finishing her freshman year. (We’ll talk about transcripts in just a minute).

3. Find out what tests you need and/or want your teen to be prepared for. Every high school junior should take the SAT (or ACT). Will you have your son or daughter also take the PSAT? How about CLEP or AP exams? Is your teen college bound and what type of college or university does he want to attend? The answers to these questions will help you decide which tests to pursue. Write down when tests are held in your area and help your teen prepare adequately for them.

4. Find out what kind of programs are offered in your area for high school teens. Will these classes satisfy high school credit requirements? That brings me to my next point.

OUTSOURCE

I don’t know about you, but there are just some subjects I would rather not teach. I have found out that there are many, many classes out there that my teens can take for high school credit, such as science, math, writing, speech/debate, Spanish, etc. Most of these classes are taught by private instructors in a traditional style classroom setting (although

smaller than a public school classroom – usually 8-10 students).

Here are some avenues for finding high school level classes in your area:

1. Ask your local homeschool support group leader.

2. Ask your state homeschool support group organizers.

3. Call your local homeschool bookstore.

4. Find out if your student can take classes at the junior college for dual credit. (This option is sometimes reserved for just juniors and seniors)

5. Check the bulletin board at your local community college for tutors who are available to teach individual subjects.

6. Find out what classes can be taken online through virtual conference rooms and correspondence.

Think outside the box and find out what types of programs are available for your students.

MAKE A PLAN

You do not have to plan everything out in advance, but jot out a rough plan for your high school student’s education, knowing that it will change as he specializes in certain subjects as high school progresses. Make sure that you know your state’s requirements for high school graduation and then make a loose plan from there.

If you know that your son dislikes foreign language, then just plan for 2 years of Spanish, instead of 3 or 4 (as long as that will satisfy your state’s requirements). If your daughter wants to work for NASA, then four years of higher math needs to be planned into the schedule. If you have a student that wants to work in Bible translation, then continue with grammar and even beginning linguistics all the way through the four years. So, make a plan, but stay flexible for changes down the road ahead. Your teen doesn’t need to know right now what his career is going to be, but he should start to think about it and pursue his possible interests.

ENCOURAGE INDEPENDENCE

Help your students to understand that their classes are their responsibility and that you are not going to hand them an “A” or a 4.0 on a silver platter. Good grades must be earned. This is the time to get your teen a planner where she can break down her assignments and write them into her day’s schedule. Let her make some decisions about how and when she will study her subjects, as long as she completes her assignments on time (she still reports to you as teacher). You will no longer need to hover over every assignment, but do insist that she turn in her work on time (whether that be once a week or something else that you decide). Tell your student up front what is required to gain an “A” in a particular subject. Then place

the responsibility for earning that “A” in her lap.

Note: For example, perhaps you have decided that to earn an A in medieval literature would mean that your student must read 8-10 books on a reading list that is provided for her and to write at least 3 papers during the course of the year. Anything less would result in a B grade or below. Communicating your requirements and expectations up front leads to much less pressure at the end of the year as your student is finishing up her assignments.

(This is just provided as an example – you are the teacher and can decide what constitutes an A grade for a particular subject. However, writing a couple of papers in any given subject matter is always a good idea. You can substitute with a science project for science and certainly no papers are necessary for math or P.E.!)

Now, that said, you can decide that a 1 credit course is not quite complete in May and give your teen a month or two more to finish the requirements during the summer months. Again, you are the teacher and can make these critical decisions along the way. Or you might choose to give half a credit now and the other half during the following year if those requirements are finished up later. This flexibility is one of the beautiful aspects of home education.

COLLEGE BOUND

It is so hard to know when your student is entering his freshman year, whether he will attend college or not at the end of four years’ time. However, it is important to choose a route at the beginning so that all requirements are finished during the high school years.

In other words, unless you are certain that your child will not attend college, it is best to choose a college bound course of action. In this way, all the requirements that he will need to apply for and be accepted into the college or university of his choice will be completed. You may even want to look into the requirements of specific colleges and universities that your son or daughter might be interested in attending so that you can plan to meet them in the next four years.

Often your student can take courses at your local community college and earn dual credit during his junior and senior year. This may be an added benefit for acceptance into his college of choice or may hurt his chances. It is best to find out before he takes dual credit.

Your child may also want to take some CLEP (College Level Entrance Placement) tests along the way in order to test out of some college classes that are general in nature and cover material already learned during the high school years (i.e. general biology).

You may be certain that your son or daughter will not pursue a college degree, but rather apprentice or start his or her own business, or take another path altogether. That is fine and then you can plan for more freedom or focus during the high school years.

If carpentry is the career of choice, then by all means, put some of the school books aside and let him get out there and build things. But remember, carpenters use math every single day! If in doubt about whether your child needs a class, have him take it to be on the safe side!

How to Keep a Transcript

Starting in your student’s freshman year, keep track of his progress with a transcript. On this transcript, you will record the classes that he has finished, the grade that he earned, the credits he received and any pertinent test scores (such as SAT and ACT). If you wait until his senior year to record this information, you might forget and then he is really in a pickle. So, start this process in grade 9!

Here are two links to transcript templates that you can use:

1. http://www.homeschool-curriculum-savings.com/homeschool-transcript-template.html (this one requires MS Excel, but it’s free).

2. http://e-library.net/HIGH-SCHOOL-TRANSCRIPT-Template__visit3582.html (this one is not free, but he will provide a free software to use with it).

In Conclusion

Do not fear the high school years. They are delightful, focused and rewarding. Consider homeschooling your high schooler. I think you will be pleasantly surprised. I was!

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