2018 Office Hours Schedule
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March 22nd: Using Online Classes
Online classes can be a boon and a blessing for busy homeschooling parents. But how can you make sure they best serve you?
*RESCHEDULED April 5th: Preparing for College
How can you make sure that what you're teaching your students now will prepare them for the future? What if they're not ready? Is it too late?
April 19th: Navigating Homeschool Co-ops
What are the pros and cons of joining a co-op? How do you find one right for you? And once you're in one, how do you maintain a balance between it and your personal homeschool?
May 17th: Teaching Poetry
How do we bring our students into a love and understanding of this often challenging art form?
June 21st: Movies as Literature Study
Is that even a thing? If so, how is it done?
July 12th: Why Do We Study Literature?
Shouldn't we just read stories for fun? What is the point of taking a studious approach toward literature?
August 16th: Writing a Good Essay Prompt
Join us as we look into the art of the interpretive question.
September 13th: Teaching Your Weakest Subject
Is it math? Or maybe literature? Can you still homeschool an area of study you're not good at?
October 18th: Classroom Discipline
Oh man. It's the part of teaching we didn't think we were signing up for. Discipline can be particularly challenging in the homeschool where teacher and parent blur together. How do we navigate it?
November 15th: Comparing Homeschooling Philosophies
Which one is right for you? What if you don't identify with just one? Or any?
December 13th: Teaching Worldview
How do we pass on our philosophies and theologies to our students without smacking them over the head with the books we like or insulating them from the ones we don't?
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