Is it reasonable to think I can completely school my high schooler doing online college courses for dual credit? I figure that way all his work is documented. We have always used Abeka, he will be a freshman in the fall and he tests very well each year on the CAT despite the fact that he spends half of the school year traveling and working with his truck driver dad. (I need to find the most efficient way to do high school as we are schooling 5/6 children, the 6th having special needs.)
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Thanks, that's a great resource! I'm a big fan of Tricia at clepprep.tripod.com. I mention that website in my "homeschooling college" webpage here:
I thought you might be interested in this yahoogroup, which is dedicated to helping homeschoolers CLEP (and other tests)college courses, and get an associates or bachelor's degree from home. There's also a website with a ton of help on this subject!
Here's the link to the CLEP yahoogroup, called Clepforhomeschool.
And here's a link to the website that has the lesson plans and such:
Hope this helps someone!
Teresa in CO
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My Gold Care Club member Anne takes her laptop into the laundry room, and listens to my classes while folding laundry .
Anne said, "You make folding laundry so much more fun , now!"
Funny thing... I mentioned about Anne folding laundry in my online class the other night, and she was in the class with me! So they next day