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By Emerson Sandow, College Transcripts, Now.com Brief Overview For students wishing to save money on college tuition and other expenses associated with obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree, many colleges and universities offer 3-year Bachelor’s degrees using a variety of alternative credit means. Some are Advanced Placement (AP) courses in high school; dual enrollment high school/college credits; […]



Chemistry for Everyone – A Helpful Primer for High School or College Chemistry

Apr 10th, 2012 | By | Category: Articles, Blog, High School, High School Chemistry, High School Homeschool, Homeschool Courses, homeschool instruction, Homeschool Resources, Homeschool Textbooks

Tuxedo Publishing 7827 Wintercress Lane Springfield, VA 22152 www.tuxedopublishing.com E-mail: info@tuxedopublishing.com By Jennifer Nairne When I envisioned homeschooling my children, I wanted to create a safe and fun environment for engaged learning that inspired my kids to go beyond the traditional classroom restrictions in search of knowledge. It has not always been easy – grammar, […]



A Step Away from the Traditional

Jul 11th, 2011 | By | Category: College, Homeschool Courses, homeschool instruction, Homeschool resourses

by Marsha Ransom When we finally decided to quit our uphill battle with the public schools, after 6 years of struggling, negotiating placements, having our son undergo testing, watching his personality change, and having nothing work, it was because we had learned about homeschooling. Homeschooling was not something I was familiar with, and the journey […]



How to Replace Dawdling with Good Habits

Jul 11th, 2011 | By | Category: Homeschool Courses, homeschool instruction, Homeschool resourses

by Catherine Levison Charlotte Mason teaches parents about many different things. One of the most valuable teachings she had was the power of habit. Do you find yourself always telling or asking your children the same things over and over again? I know I do. If I had a nickel for every time I told […]



Dealing With Homeschooling Doubts

Jul 11th, 2011 | By | Category: Homeschool Courses, homeschool instruction, Homeschool resourses

Years ago a friend said to me, “We don’t know how to homeschool.” In response, I remember being dumbfounded. Her children, like mine, had never been to school and both of us had teens. Needless to say I asked her to clarify what she meant. “We have all been educated in school. We unconsciously work […]



A Father’s Guide to Successful Homeschooling

Jul 11th, 2011 | By | Category: homeschool arts, Homeschool Courses, homeschool instruction, Homeschool resourses

Busy, busy, busy. Dads are busy. When the day is done, you’re lucky if you can spend a whole hour with your family. We all know what dads have to do, so don’t think this guide is going to ask you for the impossible. It’s not! You don’t have to quit your job, come home […]



The Key to Teaching and Learning

Jul 8th, 2011 | By | Category: College, Homeschool Courses, homeschool instruction, Homeschool resourses

by Gail Withrow Motivation does not translate into threats and coercion to get the child to learn. Nor does it mean that parents must string him along with little goodies and promises as rewards for learning. Motivation entails presenting the topic so as to make it interesting and relevant to the child’s life so that […]



The Six Keys to Effective Mentoring

Jul 8th, 2011 | By | Category: College, college for homeschoolers, homeschool arts, Homeschool Courses, homeschool instruction, Homeschool resourses

by Dr. Oliver DeMille Dr. Oliver DeMille is the founder and Provost of George Wythe College, the only college in America specifically designed to train statesmen using the methods which educated Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, George Washington and other American Founding Fathers. Dr. DeMille affirms that “our society desperately needs leadership. We need statesmen, which […]



It Takes a Year to Make a Basket

Jul 8th, 2011 | By | Category: Homeschool Courses, homeschool instruction, Homeschool resourses

by Lee Davis Hupa basket weavers tell their young apprentices, “It takes a year to make a basket.” They mean that a whole year before weaving begins, the many plants that make up a basket must be collected, each plant at its own time of year and in its own location. Gathering the plants takes […]



The Importance Of Music

Jul 8th, 2011 | By | Category: homeschool arts, Homeschool Courses, homeschool instruction, Homeschool resourses

by Robert Kelley Many parents want their children to learn music through singing or playing a musical instrument. Music study benefits overall academic development and lifelong enjoyment can be achieved making and sharing music with others. But how does one instill and sustain this interest? Following are a few suggestions. The idea that children must […]