Posted 07 January 2018 - 11:33 PM
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You might look into Acellus for the short teaching video set up but if you need a lot of involvement with a teacher and limited involvement of parents most on-line classes probably won't be what you need. You MIGHT look into Time For Writing/Time for Learning but it is NOT set up for kids with learning issues. It can still work but it didn't work for us. I do have some writing classes I could recommend but most on-line classes only meet once a week, sometimes twice. The rest of the time the student is expected to be able to do lessons/reading/projects on their own, keeping track of due dates, keeping up with feedback from the teacher, etc. If I recall correctly your daughter has a lot of learning challenges. I'm not sure expecting a ton of independence with an on-line course is realistic unless the situation has drastically changed in the past year. Has she taken on-line courses before? If so, did she do well?
No she has not taken any online courses, except she does do CTC math and has done well with it.
So I was looking for something similar for language arts and writing.