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Teaching the Difficult Classes

What do you do if your student needs to take a class that is way out of your comfort zone. We all have that subject, don't we? This video shares how I "taught" physics.




Whether you teach the classes or not, learn how to translate all those great homeschool high school classes into the words and numbers that colleges will understand.  Get the Total Transcript Solution.
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Guest - Jaimee on Friday, 09 December 2011 13:43

That is some great advice!!! That's the only way I can teach those hard subjects is because I had the answer key and I can learn right along with them while I was teaching. I was also testing them. This is great to give them the answer key to study and learn on their own and then I test them and take the answer key. FABULOUS!! Thank you so much for that tip!!

That is some great advice!!! That's the only way I can teach those hard subjects is because I had the answer key and I can learn right along with them while I was teaching. I was also testing them. This is great to give them the answer key to study and learn on their own and then I test them and take the answer key. FABULOUS!! Thank you so much for that tip!!
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