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neonsrt asked:

08 Feb 2011

can someone give me some tips for homeschooling?

im still abit lost on what you do in homeschooling.



ninja_nikki says:

Posted on 08 Feb 2011

I think I can help. :) It all just depends on who you go through (there are some different types of homeschooling)....Do you do online schooling at home or does one of your parents teach you? I go through a program called ECOT (electronic classroom of tommmorow)...I'm in 9th grade and this would be my second year doing it from home. You can send me through my profile (At the bottom of the page there's a section where you can type in comments and you can just ask me questions that way) or you can just type them in here. :) Btw, you're really pretty. :D


jwlover4ev says:

Posted on 08 Feb 2011

I've been homeschooling since first grade! As Ninja Nikki said, there are basically two ways to homeschool: Your parents teach you or you eschool. When your parents teach you, its just like a classroom except there is no one else except your parent (and siblings if you have them). Its easier to ask questions and know exactly what you're supposed to be doing. Eschooling is very different. You still have a teacher, but you have to call or email them. You have to turn in assignments too with eschooling.

Right now I'm doing K12 online school. I can pick electives, join clubs, and all that fun stuff. As far as work goes, you usually have a lesson to read everyday and some interective stuff and then you answer questions and sometimes take an online quiz. You have tests you have to do, assignments to turn in, and labs to complete, just like a normal school.

And if you have any questions just reply or send me a message :)


emartin77 says:

Posted on 08 Feb 2011

There is an online school called Connections. I am considering it for my kids. Check out their site and see if they carry your states curriculum.


ninja_nikki says:

Posted on 08 Feb 2011

*You can send me a message through my profile


anyone says:

Posted on 01 Nov 2011

don't do it, don't do it, don't do it. so sure, on paper it looks great my kids will get all this attention and help and blah blah blah. Truth of the matter is, unless you are planning on also being your kids only employer and friend and husband, it is a horrible idea. Your children have to learn how to get people's attention when necessary, they need to interact with all sorts of different people from different parts of the world and outlooks. Also, you can always spot a home schooled kid from a mile away out in the real world, doesn't matter if they have meet ups with other homeschooled kids and all the rest, it is all the same maladjusted heard bouncing the same weird ideas of how the world works. If you love your kid let them grow into their own person without helicoptering around them 24/7. The only thing that might be worse than homeschooling is waldorf schools.

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