Click on the Article Below to Read Article Spotlight~ *Have you ever found yourself in charge during a crisis, Dad? *Learn what do in a crisis so you can focus on what’s important – your family. *Discover seven suggestions that will help you transition into taking charge when a crisis arises. *No matter
With another Homeschool Minute from The Homeschool Channel, here is Gena Suarez, Publisher of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine. Would you like to teach… Just click the play button to listen.
Click on the Article Below to Read Article Spotlight~ *Are you familiar with SchoolhouseTeachers.com? *SchoolhouseTeachers.com has grown from seven academic offerings to 89 and we’re still growing! *Are you ready to “Point. Click. Teach.” ? *Discover why one of our mottos is “Blending Learning. Innovative Education.” *Get to know the Schoolhouse Teachers… *Start
Join Deborah Burton in her Mock Trial class as she discusses medical malpractice and the legal ramifications of suing a doctor, technician, or other medical professional. Deborah does an excellent job of breaking down this legal topic so that it is easily understandable. When it is time to take a break from the intense discussion
Click on the Article Below to Read Article Spotlight~ *The term “grade” no longer reflects actual ability. *The term “standards” has become a self-contradictory term. *The real problem is different than you may think! *If you want standards, you have to give them teeth!
Have you ever had a great teacher? Perhaps it was a favorite pastor, college professor, or even that second grade teacher you could never forget? What was it that made them “great” in your eyes? For me, a great teacher was one that believed in me and one that took complicated information and broke them
With another Homeschool Minute from The Homeschool Channel, here is Gena Suarez, Publisher of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine. Ever wonder how to… Just click the play button to listen.
This month, two of our Schoolhouse Teachers take a look at fathers—the father of the cotton gin and fathers from history, science, math, art, and more. Kimm Bellotto’s Lapbooking unit this month for 4th-6th graders takes a look at Eli Whitney and his cotton gin. Meet the boy who could invent anything and was asked