Don’t let anybody try to convince you that school needs to be a dry regurgitation of facts in order for children to learn. Homeschooling affords us the opportunity to really have fun with school. SchoolhouseTeachers know this and provide some really exciting courses for our students. Take Renaissance History with Rhonda Clark. This 36-week course
There are teachers on SchoolhouseTeachers.com who have a real heart for making students aware of issues in the world today. They want students to be able to think critically and not be led astray. Lisa Duffy is one such teacher. Through her Logic course, Lisa teaches students to analyze statements, advertisements, and arguments in order
Whether you live in Canada or the United States, you can visit your neighbor without leaving your home. Led by Julie Coney, Everyday Explorers: Canada and Everyday Explorers: USA will take you on an exciting journey of both of these countries as students of all ages study interesting facts and explore historic and natural sites.
So, the joke goes: How does Moses make coffee? Hebrews it. Get it? In all seriousness, do you know much about that coffee you drink? How about the cereal you eat or the snack your kids had yesterday? Jennifer Needham shares her knowledge with the whole family in Family Nutrition. This course will enable you
While SchoolhouseTeachers.com has a wealth of courses for students in preschool through high school, we have not forgotten about Mom and Dad. Let’s Talk with Jenny Stephenson is mom-to-mom encouragement for living and parenting intentionally with purpose and focus. Convenient printables are ready to help you organize your thoughts about how you would like to
When our students are struggling, we often have to take a step back and rethink our methods. We need to meet them where they are. Sometimes we need to start at the beginning and build a strong foundation. Students who come to us from other areas of the world often struggle with the English language.
There aren’t many places where you can learn about pirates and protons at the same time. How about electrons and economics or chocolate and quantum mechanics? Economics with Mike Sims will discuss pirates and chocolate as they relate to economics. Mike will also discuss the economics of gamma rays, football, and ski slopes, as well