10 questions about HOME SCHOOLING?

10 questions about HOME SCHOOLING?
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  1. Is it the right approach in educating children in America today?
  2. Have you or anyone in your church done it?
  3. What is the best approach / style for home schooling?
  4. Your preferred home schooling curriculum(s)?
  5. Are online curriculum(s) better than printed ones?
  6. What are the benefits from church home schooling groups?
  7. How often do you report your child’s progress?
  8. What standardized test show good results?
  9. How do you ensure socialization?
  10. Do you introduce the child to public schooling and at what grade?

18 Comments

  • Reply July 23, 2019

    Varnel Watson

    give us a Link to any of the answers if you can

  • Reply July 23, 2019

    RichardAnna Boyce

    11. Who is left to evangelise unbelieving students, and teachers?

    • Reply July 24, 2019

      Varnel Watson

      we are far beyond that Millenials are out of reach and have been Religious home education does not even touch them

  • Reply July 24, 2019

    Varnel Watson

    Abeka international academy where kids watch video, uncluding watching other kids read and sit silently. Very expensive – $8 per book/stream Inflexible – if it says has to be watched / learned on this day there is no way around it What would you recommend ?

  • Reply July 24, 2019

    Link Hudson

    They do not set the day. Not sure what to recommend but I wish we had looked more at Liberty which had contacted ppl on Asian time zones.

    • Reply July 25, 2019

      Varnel Watson

      Liberty University? Like in Baptist?

    • Reply July 25, 2019

      Link Hudson

      Troy Day Abeka tops that. They are KJV only Baptist.

  • Reply July 24, 2019

    RichardAnna Boyce

    Accelerated Christian Education
    http://www.aceministries.com/

  • Reply July 24, 2019

    RichardAnna Boyce

    The parent is the primary person in home education!
    The Home Educator’s Basic Quick Start Kit* was put together for families who have never used the A.C.E. program before. The kit addresses critical areas essential to home education and provides training materials that will allow the parent to implement the A.C.E. program with confidence.

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    Home Educator’s Manual (trains the parents to use the program and gives explicit instructions on using the record-keeping forms correctly)
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  • Reply July 25, 2019

    Varnel Watson

    RichardAnna Boyce is this accredited in America?

  • Reply July 25, 2019

    Link Hudson

    The pure model if home s c hool may not be accredited. Some states may have procedures for approving content. What I did was put my kids through an online school accredited in the state of Florida. A Georgia county put it on their transcript later.

  • Reply July 25, 2019

    Davidking Manelli

    Yes brother

  • Reply July 26, 2019

    Varnel Watson

    any particular further details by any one here?

  • Reply August 4, 2019

    Varnel Watson

    one of our readers shared this Link home schooled from 7 through 12 grade. We were under the umbrella of a church, got our curriculum from them, paid a fee for them to handle sending all scores to Nashville. He tested at the school (church) 1 day a week. It was absolutely wonderful! However, the parent and the child both need to be motivated and disciplined to get the work done. The content of the work is still hard. It is now “the easy way out”, course studies were hard. He graduated and went on to college, got a bachelors degree in business and is working in finance at a big bank. If everyone in the house pitches in and is serious about it then it works very well but again it isn’t easy. I am NOT a fan of public education, if you can’t home school then at least try to enroll your kids in a christian school.

  • Reply August 15, 2019

    Varnel Watson

    Link Hudson ask your kids what eboys is

    • Reply August 15, 2019

      Link Hudson

      Kid kids posting pictues on tick tock doing cute things.

    • Reply August 16, 2019

      Varnel Watson

      you made the mistake to ask google and not your kids – witches were on the rise in schools nowadays too They were trained to intercept children from Christian families and to invite them trough a great manipulation to pride clubs and activities Through this type of witchcraft has been mainly in the Boston area its now on the rise in the South Joe Absher can give more info about the SF area though he may not know about the same going on via the 5G line that can penetrate human DNA and as for Isara Mo I know lots of people in Africa pray to the queen of the sea – same demon overall if you ask

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