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Documentation + Work Samples + Grading = Easy-Peasy DONE!

Documentation + Work Samples + Grading = Easy-Peasy DONE!
Mary Beth asked me on Facebook, "What type of documentation is recommended to support our student’s transcripts? Sample of work? How do we determined the grade? Do we need to be able to defend the grade we gave our student?"  Documentation + Work Samples + Grading I suggest that you keep course descriptions as you go, updating them each year, so that you have a record of your curriculum and class experiences. A course description can...
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The Homeschool Librarian Loved This Book

The Homeschool Librarian Loved This Book
Susan Mythen "The Homeschool Librarian" reviewed my book on Amazon.  You should hear what she said!"I loved this book. Loved. I wouldn't say that it's the most comprehensive book out there, but the areas that it does tackle are done impeccably, and leave the reader feeling confident about their ability to see their homeschooler through to graduation and beyond.This book doesn't try to be all things to all people; it focuses on documentation and transcript writing and does...
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WAY TO GO, Lee!!! WOOOOOOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOOOO! YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY!
Thursday, 13 September 2012 21:50
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Determining Homeschool English Credits

Determining Homeschool English Credits
Are you ever unsure about how many English credits to give your students? Does your student spend more time on English assignments than they do on any other subject? These are common conundrums and you are not alone! Can composition and literature be documented as two separate credits?My student spends an hour on composition and an hour on literature each day. In answer to this I will tell you that there are some classes that simply take...
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