From Stressed to Self-Confident – One Student’s Journey
When her daughter’s school transitioned from full-time virtual instruction to part-time, in-school instruction during the pandemic, Cristina soon noticed a change in her nine-year-old’s demeanor. Not only was Elizabeth Rose coming home with signs of anxiety, her grades were also suffering and she was barely sleeping and eating. Cristina wasn’t the only one who noticed. […]
Time4Learning 2021 Homeschool Convention Itinerary
UPDATED 8/12/2021 After further evaluation of recent safety guidelines, we have decided to cancel our scheduled attendance at both of this year’s conventions. We hope to see everyone next year! UPDATED 8/5/2021 After evaluating safety guidelines, we feel that it is in the best interest of our staff to cancel our scheduled attendance at the […]
Meet Zoi’, a Homeschool Grad and Aspiring Engineer
It’s not every family that would switch to homeschooling in the middle of their child’s senior year of high school amidst a pandemic. But that’s exactly what one family did this past school year. And recent homeschool grad and Time4Learning user Zoi’ thrived because of it! Back to Homeschool Thankfully, homeschooling wasn’t completely unfamiliar to […]
Time4Learning was Key Ingredient to Success for Alumnus
Bailey Shuler’s earliest memory of the culinary arts was helping his great-grandmother prepare an omelet when he was just four years old. At the age of 10, he was preparing entire meals for the family – baking breads, cakes, and intricate pastries, some that would take hours to make. At age 16, he was running […]
Learning Pods: The Best of Both Worlds for Some Homeschoolers
Prior to the pandemic, terms like learning pods and micro-schools were only familiar to those steeped in educational lingo. In a single year, they’ve risen to the top of the news cycle and into the vocabularies of the average family. As kids return to the classroom, though, we could probably expect those two words to […]
Homeschool for a Second Year or Go Back to School?
I started homeschooling back when the word and idea were not widely known. Now that 10 percent of the U.S. population is homeschooling, I’m asked more and more by friends whether they should homeschool a second year or return to traditional schooling. A survey from the U.S. Census bureau tells a fascinating story about the […]
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