May 2012 Digital Magazine
Trying to decide how (or if you should) use technology in your homeschool? The May 2012 issue of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, is filled with articles that will help you determine the role that technology should play in your homeschool.
Trying to decide how (or if you should) use technology in your homeschool?
The May 2012 issue of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, is filled with articles that will help you determine the role that technology should play in your homeschool.
Take a look . .
- Computers: enriching experience or massive time waster? On page 58 Leigh Bortins reveals why she believes the best tools for giving children a quality education are the simplest ones: books, papers, and your time. Malia Russell poses the question, “Computers: Tools or Traps?” in her article on page 130.
- Want your children to learn useful life skills like planning, budgeting, designing, scheduling, presentation, organization, communication and maybe even getting up early? Encourage them to put their book learning to use by starting their own business. Read Andrew Pudewa’s article on page 126 to learn more.
- Got a camera? Turn it into a learning tool. Turn to page 120 to discover ways to use a digital camera for science, history, social studies, current events, language arts, writing, and even math! Then gain ideas for creating a homeschool photography course for your hobby-oriented or career-minded student on page 118.
And that’s not all! Check out the table of contents for articles on neuroscience, starting a Lego robotics team, or exploring the challenges of western landscape painters by creating a large scale landscape, and other useful articles in the 156 pages of the May issue.
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