Creating Transcripts for Your Unique Child: Help Your Homeschool Graduate Stand Out from the Crowd (The HomeScholar's Coffee Break Book series 3)
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Homeschool High School Requirements - Homeschool Success
Make sure your homeschooler is meeting requirements for college with this free printable guide. Requirements for all core subjects are included - math, science, English, social science, and foreign language.
Homeschooling High School: You Can Do It! - nextgenhomeschool
If you are considering homeschooling high school, be encouraged: It isn't as hard as it looks! I enjoyed homeschooling high school years with my daughters.
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Free Guide to Creating Homeschool High School Transcripts
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Contraction Cut and Paste #2
Contraction Cut and Paste #2 is a simple worksheet designed to reinforce a lesson that has been taught about contractions. It is a list of different contractions (other than the ones listed on Contraction Cut and Paste #1 or #3). Students simply cut out the contractions and paste them next to the m...
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How college students find and use information [Infographic] | Disrupting Higher Ed
My friends over at Project Information Literacy have just released this infographic to summarize their recent research on how college students find and use information. Data in this infographic com...
Earning college credit for MOOCs through prior learning assessment | Inside Higher Ed | :: The 4th Era ::
By Paul Fain "Here’s how the process could work: A student successfully completes a MOOC, like Coursera’s Social Network Analysis, which will be taught this fall by Lada Adamic, an associate professor at the University of Michigan. The student then describes what he or she learned in that course, backing it up with proof, in a portfolio developed with the help of LearningCounts.org or another service, perhaps offered by a college."Read more…
CLEP - Get College Credit With What You Already Know | College Board
CLEP offers 33 exams covering material generally taught in the first two years of college. Get started today.