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  1. I've taught literature in co-op classes, but our co-op may not be able to rent space next year. And they don't seem to want to continue the online classes we've done this year. So... Any recommendations for a good 9th grade *online* literature/English class? Would like one that is synchronous and has a lot of discussion.
  2. CLRC online is offering a class for Classical Rhetoric for high school students. I know Wes (my oldest has taken classes with him before) and he is phenomenal...he is teaching a live once a week online course for students this year through CLRC where we have taken classes before. Anne is wonderful....anyway they have openings and I thought I'd let you all know...small class and a great opportunity for your youth! My middle son is taking it this year....Here is the link and info below: Rhetoric I | Rhetoric I | Meets on Tuesday's from 1:30-3:00 starting in September. Let me know if you have any questions! Amy
  3. I would love to compare these two classes. Has anyone had any experience with The Potter's School and Apologia Academy and can comment. Thanks
  4. Has anyone used Memoria Press Online Academy for AP US History or AP European History? Anyone familiar with Julie Baldwin (teaches APUSH) at Memoria Press Online? Please feel free to PM if you would rather not share publicly.
  5. Since I'm still waiting for WHA to open their schedule for this fall, I've had a chance to look around for alternative online classes. Kolbe caught my eye since they use Foerster for Algebra II. (WHA uses Dolciani.) Before looking into online classes for this kid, I was planning on using Foerster, although Dolciani is obviously a perfectly acceptable alternative. Their 9th grade English class focuses on "intensive composition." "The goal of this course is to help students write well-formed expository, persuasive and compare/contrast essays." The whole first paragraph of the Course Description sounds wonderful for my writing-phobic-but-needs-to-get-over-it dd#1. (Not so thrilled with the vocab study, but I'm okay with it.) Has anyone taken either of these classes? Do you have a review you can share? Any teacher you feel strongly about (pro or con)? I see where some have taken Biology with Kolbe, but not so much the other online classes. I'm seriously pondering doing one (or both) of these since (over WHA) for a variety of reasons. But, I'd like to hear from someone who has used them first.
  6. Hello fellow parents, I am sending out this email to inform you about a new ONLINE math class that I am helping coordinate (my son will be in this class) and hoping to fill so we can begin on Fri, Aug 29, 2014. This class will be facilitated by Dr Sega who is a classically trained mathematician from Romania. Dr Sega used to run the San Jose Math Circle and was also involved in the Stanford Math Circle. This is not an enrichment class and HW will be assigned. There will also be periodic quizzes to gauge understanding but mostly the emphasis will be on student discussion, problem solving and gaining a deeper understanding of the fundamental concepts. Dr Sega has a gentle style that is conducive to most kids. Class details are as foll: FALL 2014 - AoPS Prealgebra 1 Dates - Aug 29 – Dec 19 2014 (17 sessions) Timings – Friday 12:30 – 2pm PT Cost - $340 (ie $20/class) Age - 9-12ish Max Class Size – 4 Dr Sega is NOT an Ocean Grove vendor This online class will use the AOPS PreAlgebra textbook and will have a strong emphasis on problem solving rather than coming up with the 'right' answer. Students will be encouraged to figure out different ways of solving the same problem. We will start with topics in number theory and conclude with an introduction to topics in discrete mathematics and statistics. I am hoping to find a few mathy kids who enjoy some sort of problem solving so the kids can have meaningful discussions and learn in an engaging environment. Please let me know offlist at arvinderoswal@gmail.com at your earliest convenience if your kid might be interested and available to participate in this upcoming class. Warmly Arvinder WTM Member in Cupertino, CA
  7. I've enrolled dd#1 in Memoria Press's online Second Form Latin class for the fall. Do I need the DVDs too? She's doing First Form Latin with me doing it along side of her, going through flash cards, quizzing her on the grammar, and watching the DVDs. Opinions from those whose kids have taken the online classes?
  8. In the awesome online class thread, I saw several on-line spanish class options. It looks fairly new, but I'm looking for feedback on the Spanish Clicks one. How was the online interface? What did you think of the teacher? Did your kid get plenty of conversation practice? How was the actual text used? What was the level of work in terms of hrs/week? Please include what level of Spanish was taken & how old your dc was. Thanks! [Edited to update title to just "Online Spanish" as Spanish Clicks has pretty much shut down except for Spanish II. Also added a couple of tags.]
  9. I received a recommendation for John Bovey http://www.liveonlinemath.com from a member of another forum. She purchased the video-only option after a 2-week trial of the video/1x week group class. I'm still hoping someone who is using the 3xweek class option will surface.... "We've been using the Pre-Algebra Video course since late last summer. My son will be finished in another couple of months. We've really, really enjoyed it and I would wholeheartedly recommend his programs. You're probably aware that he has different course options. We did a trial period of the option which uses the videos plus once a week group classes. I thought they were very well done, the interaction is nifty and John is pretty good with the kids. We ended up going with the Video-only course, since it's more flexible in terms of scheduling, following the kid's lead, etc. And a little cheaper heh. This was the first year for the Pre-Algebra video course, so I've found a few typos along the way in the answer sheets, for instance. John has always been very receptive to the corrections and has asked me a few times for more in depth feedback too -- is his humour too much? does it take away from the program?, is it a good balance?, etc. So he's eager to 'get it right' and is very approachable. As for that humour -- my son LOVES it. And it's just 'enough'. Corny and silly little asides during the lectures, that break the tedium and keep it engaging. John's delivery is very dry and straightforward, so it's not like goofy, silly kind of humour, it's more like British humour, Heh. No math program is perfect for everybody, of course, and with this course there are a few things that I would have done differently, concept-wise, if I were teaching it. But that's okay -- my son is getting it, he's enjoying it. I've been very happy with it and we will probably continue to use it for Algebra next year too."
  10. Did anyone listen to the free light & laser e-class from Supercharged Science today? (It's just finishing up now) Does anyone use this program and what do you think about it?
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