Orientation Course Overview
Creating a successful homeschool program requires more than just throwing together some curriculum and setting aside time to finish the work. You need a commitment strategy that works well for you and your family’s goals.
IN THIS INTRODUCTORY COURSE, YOU’LL LEARN THE FOLLOWING:
You will learn to develop a requirements management process based on your needs and preferences.
For example, the difference between a requirement and preference hinges on whether a requirement is mandatory or necessary. A mandatory requirement is something you must follow, as in compulsory attendance. In contrast, a preference is when you can select one thing over another because it adds value or makes it easier to achieve a desired outcome.
Despite this difference, requirements and preferences frequently go hand in hand, which means the lines can occasionally become blurred, making it difficult to achieve clarity. Homeschooling is not exempt from this phenomenon. For this reason, it’s important to meet requirements head-on so that a lack of knowledge mixed in with complacency doesn’t get in the way of your preferences and long-term or short-term goals.
You’ll learn that it’s better to become proactive rather than reactive.
You’re also going to learn:
WHO THIS COURSE IS FOR: