It amazes me how many people who homeschool give me a blank stare when I ask them what their teaching method is...I usually ask, after hearing them talking about troubles finding JUST the right curriculum, or talking about burnout, or routine...all of these things play into knowing what your homeschool teaching method is--so I really wanted to spend some time sharing information to help these parents learn more about what they are--and in turn, more about THEMSELVES.
Here is how the week is (hopefully) going to play out:
➤Day 1 (Monday): What IS a teaching method and why is it important?
➤Day 2 (Tuesday): What is the Charlotte Mason Teaching Method?
➤Day 3 (Wednesday): What is the Classical Teaching Method?
➤Day 4 (Thursday): What is the Unit Study Teaching Method?
➤Day 5 (Friday): What is the Eclectic Teaching Method?
As each of these posts go LIVE, I will be linking them up to this landing page, so you can find them all together for easy navigation!
I hope that you will join me as I explore this important aspect of homeschool, and why I think it is so important for every homeschool family to know. I truly believe that it can really help ease some of the stress in a homeschool--so why not explore it?!
Don't forget to check out the list of other topics from my fellow bloggers on the Homeschool Review Crew website!
Here are some topics to whet your whistle:
*Melissa B – 5 Days of Extracurriculars to Add to Your Homeschool – Enrich your homeschool experience with extra curriculars. This week, we’ll highlight some of our favorites!
*Meredith D – 5 Days of Homeschooling a High Achiever. – Homeschooling a high achiever just happened to us and now we’re facing a high schooler who may graduate at 16. We address how this happens and how to handle from this point forward.
*Missica J – 5 Days of Eclectic Homeschooling with Special Needs – This first post is to introduce what will be discussed over the Blog Hop
*Monique G – 5 Days of Homeschooling the Middle School Years – I will be talking about changes that come with middle school, independent learning, read a-louds, and how to survive.
*Rebekah T – 5 days of Simple Homeschooling in a Complicated World – Life got you down? This series will provide practical ideas to help you implement a simple homeschool lifestyle no matter what your circumstances.
Do any of these strike your fancy yet? Have a lovely week!