There are many reasons for selecting online homeschool courses – to help students pursue an academic interest or passion, to introduce students to different teachers and teaching styles, to best fit a student’s learning style or schedule, etc. Since the world is our classroom, online courses are perfect for middle & high school kids learning at home.
Have you ever want to learn something, like history, economy, science? Crash Course is a free learning channel on YouTube with many courses for kids and adults, and they just added a new channel specially designed for kids: Kids Science. Great learning resource leveraging the new technology, for school supplements, or for homeschool.
Planning Out Your Homeschool Curriculum! How to Create a Homeschool Course of Study. This is part of a series I'm doing on "How to Organize Your Homeschool." Trying to plan out your homeschool year? See how I plan out our homeschool curriculum for the year by using a "Course of Study." http://www.raisingclovers.com/2015/07/08/planning-out-your-homeschool-curriculum/
About Crash Course! Six awesome courses in one awesome channel: John Green teaches you US History and Hank Green teaches you Chemistry. Check out the playlists for past courses in World History, Biology, Literature, and Ecology.
The words course descriptions can be a bit disconcerting for a homeschool mom. Creating those descriptions is not as difficult as it first may seem. Let me show you how to write homeschool course descriptions a bit easier.
Essay Rock Star Online High School Writing Course This course is intended to teach teens to write well. Though primarily used by homeschoolers, some public school teens also use this online program to hone their skills. (Check out this free course for parents, too!)