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Archive: August 2012
8/27/2012 3:47:06 PM
Free Online Course

Longwood University, VA, is offering a free 9 week online course to help students be more successful in future careers and in college. This could be the basis for a career development elective course you offer your teens for high school credit.

 
8/8/2012 2:13:58 PM
Civics Anyone? Check Out the New iCitizen High School Curriculum

Do your high school plans include teaching your teens a civic course?  If so, take a peek at Generation Joshua’s new iCitizen course. It is a student friendly, well-written, and informative civics text that will not disappoint you!  Parents will find it comprehensive yet easy to use as it includes a syllabus, review questions, essay suggestions, and online tests and quizzes.  Each unit is loaded with helpful ideas for supplemental resources (movies, websites, articles, and more.)

 

iCitizen begins with a discussion of America’s foundations, covers the branches of government, provides an overview of state and local government, touches on American diplomacy, and educates your teen on the political system – all with interest and current examples.

 

We highly recommend iCitizen to give your teen a thorough, working knowledge of our system of government and his or her role as a US citizen.  The course is a wonderful lead-in to studying American government in depth.

8/6/2012 11:59:45 AM
Homeschool Planners

If you are looking for school planners for the new school year, especially daily planners for your children to use, Home Educating Family has you covered. They are also offering brand new daily planner software that can be customized to your family’ need.

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