AimeeM Posted December 20, 2011 Share Posted December 20, 2011 If it's on the table that your child may, within the next year or two, re-enter brick and mortar school, how do you center your teaching methods and curriculum choices? I am CONSTANTLY second guessing myself because I know, that on some level, we need to keep up with the local Catholic schools. I know that she will eventually go back as that is our goal for all of the children. For example, I'd love to use WWE for writing, but I know that it would put her seemingly "behind" by Catholic school standards of writing and where the priorities are in the types of writing instruction. Same thing for history. I want to do a year of Geography and World History using All Ye Lands, but I know that at her grade, she should be doing YET ANOTHER year of American History (blah - we are so over that after several years of nothing but :tongue_smilie:). How do you balance it? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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