Getting Started, Planning/Scheduling, Principles of True Education

More on Moore

Last week’s post on Delayed Academics mentioned the late Dr. Raymond Moore several times.  For those who are not aware, not only was Dr. Moore considered to be the father of the modern homeschooling movement, he and his wife Dorothy were also Seventh-day Adventist.   His homeschooling methodology is a practical application of the True Education principles taught in Spirit of Prophecy.

Ellen Dana from the Moore Academy was interviewed by thatmom.com in 2009 about the Moore Formula and delayed academics.   In addition  The Moore’s daughter , Kathy Kordenbrock, was also interviewed.   These podcasts are timeless and invaluable inspiration for both new and veteran homeschool families.  Listen and gain a clearer understanding of how delayed academics and the Moore Formula can be a blessing in your home.

Dorothy & Raymond Moore Homeschooling Series

The podcasts are also available on itunes – look for thatmom’s podcasts 93-100.

Elementary(K-6), Grades K-12, High School(9-12), Jr. High(7-8), Nature Study, Science, Special Needs

Tetrad Starts April 15

Mark your calendars for April 15, when a full lunar eclipse will be visible to North America.

Here is an interesting video about the upcoming lunar eclipse to watch with your children.

 

High School(9-12), History/Geography, Jr. High(7-8), Reading, Reference, Science, Study Skills, Unit Studies

Daily Learning for Secondary Students using the NYT

The newspaper is an excellent learning resource for secondary students , especially in the areas of current history/culture, journalism and reading comprehension.  Every weekday The New York Times  provides new  free educational resources based on the content published in the newspaper.  Click on the image below to browse The Learning Network’s teaching and learning resources. The Learning Network - Teaching and Learning With The New York Times

High School(9-12), History/Geography, Jr. High(7-8), Reading, Science, Study Skills, Unit Studies

Daily Learning for Secondary Students using the NYT

The newspaper is an excellent learning resource for secondary students , especially in the areas of current history/culture, journalism and reading comprehension.  Every weekday The New York Times  provides new  free educational resources based on the content published in the newspaper.  Click on the image below to browse The Learning Network’s teaching and learning resources. The Learning Network - Teaching and Learning With The New York Times