Saturday, September 8, 2012
A New School Year Begins~
We started back to school this past week. It went surprisingly well!
I found this was the first year there were not too many issues or problems getting things going. In years past we had to ramp slowly but this year we are doing pretty well.
The boys are working completely separate now for their studies. The difference between highschool and middle school lessons are becoming increasingly apparent and I felt that boys would be much more successful working separately and I have found I was right.
We are starting our 7th year of homeschooling and by now I can clearly see what the boys strengths and abilities are. Where they need more work and how best to meet their needs.
I noticed one thing for sure and that is that they continue to evolve in their strengths and in their interests. It can be hard sometimes to keep up with the change but I think I have finalized things out and we are right on track as to which direction we are going.
I will be sharing about those changes as the weeks move forward and how the changes have helped them become more successful in their learning.
I hope everyone is planning or has had a great first start to their new year of learning!
Posted by tracey desrochers at 8:57 PM
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