Tag Archives: homeschool

  • Streamable Learning Brings the World to Your Home Affordably

    http://www.streamablelearning.com by Emerson Sandow The Internet has made possible tremendous changes in our lives. One of the most significant is in educational content creation and delivery. Now your child or support group can have real-world learning experiences at home. A company called Streamable Learning offers a very wide menu of supplemental video streaming “field trips” Continue Reading

  • When Is a Peer Not a Peer?

    by Michael Leppert I am dissatisfied with the misuse of the word “peer” to be synonymous with one who is equal to another in age. The word “peer” originally meant equal in rank — lumping age into that definition came much later and is purely the result of institutional schools. When do adults ever find Continue Reading

  • Signing Online: Your Resource To Learn American Sign Language

    Signing Online, LLC. POB 86, Mason, MI 48854 https://signingonline.com/ info@signingonline.com 517-980-5662 Learn on your computer, tablet or Smart Phone at your pace. For high school or college credit information, contact: jenny.stewart887@gmail.com or bennettsigningonline@gmail.com ============== by Arielle Anderson Mastering Sign Language – besides offering deaf people a way to communicate with each other and others, has Continue Reading

  • Design-a-Study — Teacher Guides for Homeschool “Classrooms”

    Maximum Math eBook, Guides to History Plus, Movies As Literature and more! http://www.designastudy.com/ 800.965.2719 408 Victoria Avenue Wilmington, Delaware 19804-2124 Assessed by Jennifer Nairne Many parent-teachers turn to homeschooling, not out of choice, but out of necessity. Whether the child is gifted, has special needs, or struggles academically, parents choose to homeschool children who do Continue Reading

  • World of Reading – Your One-Stop for Foreign Language Learning

    POB 13092 Atlanta, GA 30324-0092 800-729-3703 or 404-233-4042 Fax: 404-237-5511 E-mail: polyglot@wor.com https://www.wor.com Review by Michael Leppert Americans are becoming increasingly aware of the brain-building and commercial value of learning the major foreign languages. The citizens of the rest of the developed world usually have some level of English proficiency and it is valuable and Continue Reading