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Queen of Crime Course Title

Queen of Crime Course Title
What a great idea!  Take a classic book and turn it into a springboard for English and science!  Take a look at Debbies ideas about a class on Agatha Christie, and learn how to come up with creative, outside the box, class titles and course descriptions.I am trying to come up with a great name for a course description I'm/we are currently working on with my daughter. She is going into 11th grade next year and...
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Homeschooling Courses - Aim for Nursing!

Homeschooling Courses - Aim for Nursing!
Wondering what homeschooling courses might help a student who wants to become a nurse?The more biology, chemistry and physics the better!  General bio, and chem are required, physics is sometimes required as well.  Having an AP test in one or all areas will help significantly. course in each area is a BIG deal. The more math the better.  Pre-Calculus is good, but having Calculus before graduation is even better.  I recommend a Teaching Company Course we...
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Guest — courtney
hi there,my name is Courtney im currently homeschooling in the UK, And I have a place to do adult nursing full time in September o... Read More
Tuesday, 18 June 2019 12:18
Guest — Becky
For us, taking advantage of the community college was very helpful. My daughter took almost all the non-nursing classes for her nu... Read More
Friday, 22 October 2010 06:52
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Can I Homeschool High School Using Online College Courses?

Can I Homeschool High School Using Online College Courses?
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...
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Guest — homeschool online « Online Homeschooling
[...] Can I homeschool High School Using online College Courses? Is it reasonable to think I can completely school my high schoo... Read More
Tuesday, 21 July 2009 14:27
Guest — Lee
Dear Teresa, Thanks, that's a great resource! I'm a big fan of Tricia at clepprep.tripod.com. I mention that website in my "home... Read More
Tuesday, 21 July 2009 07:49
Guest — Teresa
Lee, I thought you might be interested in this yahoogroup, which is dedicated to helping homeschoolers CLEP (and other tests)colle... Read More
Tuesday, 21 July 2009 07:45
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Creative Course Creations

Creative Course Creations
Do you ever feel like you're cheating when you create a high school course based on your child's special interests?  I know I did.  Two favorites from my children's transcripts were Critical Thinking in Chess and  Russian History.  I mean really.  Who was I kidding?I just spent time with my lovely niece, driving to Oregon, and we were talking about her high school experience years ago.  I knew that her father had taught a class on...
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Feeling Overwhelmed with Homeschooling High School?

Feeling Overwhelmed with Homeschooling High School?
Angela says >>>My oldest is just going into 9th grade and I feel completely overwhelmed and out of my depth. <<<And that, my friend, is why I allowed my pleasantly-plumpness to be filmed for the "Preparing to Homeschool High School" DVD!  I had been consulting with local clients, and going into their homes to encourage them as they enter high school.  It's a 3 hour conversation, and I go over everything you need to know about...
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