Guide to Homeschooling 2011-12
Everything you need to know about getting started and succeeding in homeschooling can be found in the members-only Annual Guide to Homeschooling, packed with 112 pages of information and insight. Topics range from legal issues and parental responsibilities to educational options and overcoming crises.
You'll learn about co-ops, curriculum choices, meeting special needs, student activities, support groups, teaching styles, virtual schools and much more. In addition, there are sample forms and resource lists. Join FPEA to receive your login access!
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- What Exactly is HomeSchooling?
- How to Legally Homeschool in Florida
- How Do I Comply with the Home Education Law?
- Your Six Responsibilities
- District School Superintendent Contacts
- FPEA District Directors
- Support Groups
- Nontraditional Private Schools
- What About Tutoring?
- Virtual Schools
- What is a Homeschool Co-op?
- Think Like a Teacher
- How to Survive Homeschooling Without Developing that Unsightly Twitching
- Learning Styles
- Wading Through the Curriculum Jungle
- Educational Methods Overview
- Traditional Curriculum
- Classical Education
- Unit Studies
- Charlotte Mason Method
- Learning Lifestyle
- The Principle Approach
- Delayed Academics
- The Single-Parent Home
- Homeschooling the Special-Needs Child
- Asperger's Syndrome
- Homeschooling the High Schooler
- High School Credit
- Calculating Your Grade-Point Average
- Graduations and Celebrations
- Bright Futures Scholarship Requirements
- Other Ways to Pay for College
- Free College at Your Fingertips
- College Admission Testing
- How to Ace the SAT
- Joining the Military
- FPEA Florida Homeschool Convention
- Strategic Partnerships
- Curriculum and Materials Vendors and Developers
- Field Trip Information
- Kids Love Florida History - Really!
- FPEA Members Discounts
- Downloadable Forms