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How about technology or computer credit?

What kinds of things can you use for a technology or computer credit?


This question came from a parent who was wondering if power-point, keyboarding, web mastering, audio-visual work at church could count as a technology or computer question. I'm not familiar with homeschool laws in every state, but ALL of those hours sound just GREAT to me! If your child has a lot of sound and studio experience, you may even have 180 hours for "audio-visual communication" and another 180 hours for "Computer and technology."


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And past discussion on my blog about grades and credits.

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