by bluerooffarmFebruary 20 at 1:45 PM
Not a fan of virtual academies, but here's a bump for you.
February 20 at 3:13 PM
No information, but we are in Indiana as well and just starting to look at our options and decide what type of curriculum we want to use. I will be watching to see the recommendations.
by blueyedbakerFebruary 20 at 3:20 PM
My kids don't like having to learn from the computer. My oldest likes to type out her reports or search the web when she has to do a report but to have to do her work on it she doesn't like it so I'm no help either. Sorry.
by usmom3February 20 at 3:25 PM
Virtual public schools are still public schools & are going to have high demands on you & your time. Just something for you to consider.
February 20 at 9:37 PM
That's so cool that you're homeschooling your little ones. So many of my friends homeschool, and they LOVE IT! Even though I chose not to follow the same path, I think they're super-moms (insert super-hero cape here LOL).
Anyway, I don't know if this will be helpful, but I've come across this article in my work with a family and parenting ministry. It looks like it lists various teaching models and includes a link to curricula based on each particular style. Good luck - I hope you find what you're looking for!
by ColtsFan1912February 21 at 1:59 PM
No clue but I'm in Indiana too :)