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How Do I Get it All Done?

How Do I Get it All Done?

How Do I Get it All Done?


Are you wondering how on earth you're going to get it all done in your homeschool? Click on this week's video, below (or here) for some tips!



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If at first you don't succeed; test, test again!

If at first you don't succeed; test, test again!
Eva asks:  In the situation of a poorly completed test where it is clear either the student misunderstood the instructions or was truly ill, is it acceptable to ask for a "re-do" and record the score only on the second attempt? (9th grade spelling)

I absolutely encourage you to allow your daughter to retake tests.  The goal in homeschooling is completely different than the goal in other schools.  In a classroom setting, tests and quizzes are their only way to really assess kids.  In contrast, our goal is LEARNING.  Retaking a test or quiz can really help students learn. That's why I believe it's OK to provide solution manuals and teacher manuals during the learning process.  My own son learned upper level math without my help by using the solution manual on a daily basis.  I only took it away when he was ready for a test.  I know the strategy worked, because he has a great grade point average in electrical engineering.



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