Schoolhouse Teachers

Gaining Perspective

Tuesday, 02 June 2015 by
There are many things in life that try to steal our joy or make us lose focus. is in your corner with resources to help you keep your joy and your focus. Joy in the Morning with Michelle Pohl contains forty-eight posts designed to encourage you on your journey as a wife, mom, and

Spaces & Places

Monday, 01 June 2015 by
Architecture lessons are now available for children in elementary through high school! With the debut of Hands-On Architecture with Amy Gillispie in May, elementary and middle school students can design and build structures, homes, and zoos. Amy provides step-by-step architecture lessons using many different mediums. Twenty-seven weeks’ worth of lessons will be broken down into

At Home and Abroad

Saturday, 30 May 2015 by
My dream is to travel to Ireland. When I finally get there, I don’t plan on sitting on the runway. I want to explore. I want to learn about the history. I want to see the sites. Geography with Terri Johnson (Knowledge Quest, Inc.) takes that same approach. This isn’t your typical geography course. Students

Make Your Mark

Friday, 29 May 2015 by
We all want to make our mark on this world in some way. Artists can do that through their creativity, especially when they use markers! This month’s Art Techniques lessons with Brenda Ellis teach students of all ages how to draw with markers. In each of Brenda’s four-week units, she provides a model photo and

Preparing for the Future

Thursday, 28 May 2015 by
Preschoolers have a vision of the future. Of course, that vision changes daily, if not hourly. When they see a fireman or a veterinarian or a doctor, they want to be that person when they grow up. It’s hard to know when they are that young what God has in store for them. One way

How Did It Do That?

Wednesday, 27 May 2015 by
Children are often fascinated by machines. They like to take things apart and put them back together. They like to try to figure things out and invent. Tinkers Club with Ed Sobey, Ph.D. is a wonderful course for elementary and middle school students who learn best through a hands-on experience. These classes encourage learning by

What’s the Big Idea?

Tuesday, 26 May 2015 by
When our teenagers have an idea for a business, we want to provide them with the tools they will need to succeed. has courses designed to help young entrepreneurs. Free Market Economics is a 24-week course that will provide middle and high school students with a basic understanding of economics. Through video lectures and

Something Old, Something New

Monday, 25 May 2015 by
Two of the newest classes on discuss things that are old. Middle Ages History with Michelle Miller (TruthQuest History) is a 30-week course geared toward students in elementary through high school. This course provides a deep and rich literature-based history study. Students will focus on God’s unchanging existence, power, love, truth, and plan for

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