It’s that time of year. If you are looking for ways to evaluate your child’s progress, you’ll find lots of tips on our evaluating progress page.
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- 7 Ways to Identify Real Learning
One thing that keeps homeschool moms from breaking out of the traditional system of doing things is a lack of confidence that their children will actually learn something. We hope that the promises offered by a traditional structure provided from the outside – whether from the curriculum we choose, the schedule we use or state requirements – will produce the desired result. Look around you. Watch what your children are doing. Is real learning taking place? Here are a few identifying characteristics to look for.
- What Your Child Needs to Know When
Evaluation checklists included, but oh so much more!
- Evaluating for Excellence
Too often we evaluate without knowing where we started. We evaluate using arbitrary evaluation tools that cannot tell us if we have met the goals we were working on. This book helps us match our evaluation tools with our goals. The process reasonably begins by determining each child’s needs.
- 10 Evaluation Interview Questions
Sometimes all you have to do is ask!
- 6 Ways to Evaluate Progress
How did your children do? How much did they learn? And how do you know?