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Guest - Lee (website) on Thursday, 29 May 2014 09:32

Karen,
I have quite a few articles and blog posts on struggling learners, so look at some of those articles. But start with this one
High School with Learning Challenges
http://www.thehomescholar.com/blog/high-school-learning-challenges/
I can't really give advice since I don't know your situation, but if you would like to talk, you can join the Gold Care Club so we can discuss it in detail.
http://www.thehomescholar.com/gold-care.php
Blessings,
Lee

Karen, I have quite a few articles and blog posts on struggling learners, so look at some of those articles. But start with this one :) High School with Learning Challenges http://www.thehomescholar.com/blog/high-school-learning-challenges/ I can't really give advice since I don't know your situation, but if you would like to talk, you can join the Gold Care Club so we can discuss it in detail. http://www.thehomescholar.com/gold-care.php Blessings, Lee
Guest - Karen West on Tuesday, 27 May 2014 04:04

Thank you for this message. I have been panicking over changing curriculum the whole time I have been homeschooling for 7 years. My son has learning issues and I have had a terrible time finding what clicks for his learning. I feel like we never get to complete a grade level because we are always starting and restarting. He doesn't do so well on testing each year so I am unsure how to always "catch him up." Any suggestions?

Thank you for this message. I have been panicking over changing curriculum the whole time I have been homeschooling for 7 years. My son has learning issues and I have had a terrible time finding what clicks for his learning. I feel like we never get to complete a grade level because we are always starting and restarting. He doesn't do so well on testing each year so I am unsure how to always "catch him up." Any suggestions?
Guest - Susan Raber (website) on Monday, 19 May 2014 05:50

We've changed curriculum and methods several times over the years. We just enjoy change because it brings in new perspectives and re-energizes our homeschool - much like re-arranging the furniture makes you see the things you own in a new way.

I think we've been able to do this successfully because many years ago I made a list of competencies and topics that I felt were important for a well-rounded education, so as long as we are checking things off that list, we feel we are on track, even during those years when we were penny-pinching and used the library and internet for everything. I think it helps to have an overarching plan in place before you make significant changes.

We've changed curriculum and methods several times over the years. We just enjoy change because it brings in new perspectives and re-energizes our homeschool - much like re-arranging the furniture makes you see the things you own in a new way. I think we've been able to do this successfully because many years ago I made a list of competencies and topics that I felt were important for a well-rounded education, so as long as we are checking things off that list, we feel we are on track, even during those years when we were penny-pinching and used the library and internet for everything. I think it helps to have an overarching plan in place before you make significant changes.
Guest - Assistant to The HomeScholar on Friday, 23 May 2014 00:06

Good idea, Susan!

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