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Have you thought that you want to start teaching your own children, but then quickly dismissed the idea because the start is too daunting?
Have you homeschooled your kids, but quit because of becoming frustrated or burnt out?
Are you wondering how you can get the most out of the curriculum you have bought, or have you dared a thought into going off the books, and started dreaming of road/world/un-schooling?
This is the course to take to finally be encouraged in your homeschooling. This is where you will experience the freedom in actually learning practical, effective teaching skills.
In this course, we will examine how you can plan great lessons from beginning to end. We will look at how to combine a variety of domains (e.g., music, history, science, etc.) into a unified, cohesive lesson.
We will also delve into the benefits of reviewing your thoughts and observations of your students during and post teaching.
By the end of this lesson, you will be fully equipped to analyze and enhance lesson plans from a purchased curriculum as well as, culminate various resources and apply them to your own lesson plans.
This course is broken down into manageable, bite-size content for busy parents.
We spend 9 weeks ensuring your development in learning to create effective lesson plans for any age child, from beginning to end by sending you weekly emails that tell you where you are in the course and what you need to do next.
We equip you with practical skills you can practice implementing that day.
As a bonus, we have included a number for you to call us directly during the week for your own personal consultation time. We are also giving you the entire Guide to Learning, and in the syllabus, we outline which sections to specifically read for this course.
Purchase now to start learning your new skills in teaching.
In this course you will learn
- How to plan lessons from beginning to end
- How to integrate a variety of subject matter into a cohesive subject
- To make lessons that interest your children
- To learn from your own planning
- What good lessons contain