There are more than 2 million homeschoolers in the US today, with the numbers rising significantly in 2020 because to the school closures due to the pandemic. Despite the many benefits provided by homeschooling, it can turn out to be an overwhelming experience for both the parents and the students. There is a constant need to create structure in the learning environment, which can often be a source of frustration for everyone. Students become more prone to missing out on deadlines or falling behind on their assignments. Additionally, there are the mental and emotional challenges of at-home learning. If you are a beginner who is starting out in the homeschooling journey, here are some tips to navigate its many nuances:
The holidays are behind us. Now we can take a deep breath and dive into a fresh new year of possibilities.
What’s up so far?
You’re still not sure about in-person homeschool conventions.
It’s too early to start researching textbooks for the next school year.
However, maybe you resolved to finally do something about that transcript you know you need to create for your student.
This is your year to see this resolution to completion. But where to start?
Making a high school transcript can sometimes feel daunting but you can do it!