My favorite emails to receive are photos of labs from my courses! I love them. It makes all the hard work of writing worth it! This is a scrapbook of photos I have received since the beginning […]
I love this exchange, and I thought many of you would too. There has been quite a bit of interest about homeschooling science co-ops based on the number of hits the co-op blog posts on this […]
A science fair in your homeschool science co-op? You bet! I did it, and you can too. This will be the highlight of the entire year of great science!
My goal with this series of posts is to make it easier for anyone who wants to teach a science co-op. Teaching is a LOT of work. I respect the time and energy you as […]
REAL Science Odyssey Chemistry 1 was designed to be done 2 days a week. It presents some scheduling challenges when conducting the labs in 1 day. You might want to teach this class 2 days […]
Choosing the right curriculum makes a big difference for the success of a science co-op class, both for the student and the teacher. There are certain elements like labs paired with the theory that are important to the […]
In September, 2013 my family moved from the Mammoth Lakes area in California to the San Diego area. One of the reasons for moving was that my then 13-year-old homeschooled son wanted a community of […]