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24
FEB
2017

Registration… Round Two!

Registration… Round Two! In just hours (maybe minutes) registration will officially be open at My Fun Science. I am so excited to be offering Algebra 2, Geometry, and Formal Logic with them next year! I will be teaching “mastery” based math classes. Students have the opportunity to really learn the different aspects of a single topic before moving on. They’re still doing several lessons each week, but the lessons
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21
FEB
2017

Registration. . . . Round One!

Registration… Round One! I offer the classes I teach independently at “tiered” pricing. That means that I ask you to be honest about what you can afford to pay. If God’s in charge of your budget, totally ask Him : ) Then simply choose your price level. If you’ve been blessed and can afford to pay more, great. If you have eight kids and one of them just totaled your car, well, you might need to pay the small
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19
FEB
2017

~ We’re at the homestretch! ~

I really wanted to have everything cemented by this point. . . and I’m sooo very close! Unfortunately, sometimes great changes can be time-consuming : ) I’ve included as much information as possible below. Scroll down for a quick diagram of which classes are where and when! [ Summer 2017 ] Platform: Independently taught Economics 1-2:30pm EST (w/ BJU’s Textbook) Informal Logic 11-12:30 EST (w/ The Art of Argument) Clas
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11
FEB
2017

Summer & Fall Class Info… Finally!

I know that you all have been eager for details, and I am so sorry for the delay! Without going into details, let’s just say that these past couple of weeks have been filled with snowstorms, canine interment, Chilean wildfires, bureaucracy, and teaching : ) I have been spending quite a bit of time talking to, and evaluating, platforms for the upcoming school year. You have all been so flexible this semester and taken the lack of t
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28
JAN
2017

Fall Planning Survey

Dear families, students, and friends, I know that you’re thinking about the fall, and so am I : ) As I’m looking into various classes, platforms, and online schools, what I’m most interested in is how I can continue meeting your needs… and those of your students. Well, I’m most interested in God’s plan for next year… but y’all are a close second : ) Could I possibly get your opinion on fut
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14
JAN
2017

Week One Update

Dear families, students, and friends, What’s been happening this week? Well . . . [1]  I continue to be blown away by your collective kindness. Not only in paying promptly but in your kind emails and notes. Everyone has been so gracious and understanding of the fact that my “teacher” hat trumps all of the “administration” and “tech support” hats I am suddenly wearing. Thank you. [2] Week 1, or W
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07
JAN
2017

Classes are coming!

Don’t Forget If you registered through yesterday, you have received an email with information on how to create your student’s account on Haiku/PSL. This MUST be done with your student’s unique email account. After registering, your student can log in [here]. Almost Ready? As soon as your student logs into Haiku (under their name, not yours : ) have them check out the “Get Tech Ready” page. We’ll be me
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05
JAN
2017

Is it Thursday Yet?

Is it Thursday yet? 1. If you registered through yesterday, you should have received a separate email with information on how to create your student’s account on Haiku/PSL. This is a separate step… but will be worth it when his three separate classes meet up in a unified dashboard : ) After registering, your student can log in [here]! 2. Buyer’s Remorse? It happens. If you decide that this class isn’t right for y
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03
JAN
2017

Another note about registrations . . .

Thank you so much, again, for your kind words and generosity. I’ll wax more eloquently when my head stops spinning! 1. I’ve sent out the first round of registration emails. Unfortunately, gmail decided to be “helpful” in the least helpful way possible. If you’ve registered, you’ll see the name of the class and then a “typed-out” hyperlink. Please click the class name. The typed links have
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