Planning the Home Education Year
For families, caregivers, and teachers of disabled, chronically ill, and neurodivergent children.
Planning the home education year can be daunting.
You may find yourself searching online, looking through books, and wondering if you can do this. Whether this is your first year as a home educator or your last, rest assured that every parent and educator feels that stab of overwhelm at one time or another.
This is why I’ve put together a mini-series of things to think about, to ask yourself, and do to help you plan the year successfully.
Part 1 – Outlining your beliefs
Part 3 – Choosing an educational style
Part 5 – Modifying/adapting the curriculum
Part 6 – Planning the year
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