Mr. D

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About Mr. D

I was trained as a teacher in Africa. The English system of education mandated that if I were handed a class to teach, as long as I understood the content to be taught, I should be able to use good principles and practices in delivering an exciting, valuable and challenging lesson. I love teaching and leading students, young or old. Watching the light go on as a Servant Leader says, “Oh, I get it!”, or seeing a real life-change in one of them is still one of my favorite experiences.

Childhood Education: Early STEM Learning

By | January 4th, 2016|Childhood Education|

With the right guidance, children are capable of much more than we give them credit for. Picture a first-grade classroom; maybe even go back to you were in first grade. Amidst all the excitement, your teacher gives you several hands-on activities on the topic you’ve been studying for the past week. After the teacher passes [...]

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Navigating Schooling Options For Your Child: Home School Programs

By | December 28th, 2015|Christian Home School Program|

As a parent, it can be difficult to find the perfect fit for your child’s unique educational needs. One option, which is growing in popularity, is a homeschool program model or hybrid school. This approach allows for the tailoring of curricula, and the customization of teaching styles, which best fits a student’s needs. Also, this [...]

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Focusing on the Family: Choosing the Perfect Homeschool Curriculum

By | December 21st, 2015|Christian Home School Program|

When researching schooling options for their children, many parents find that home schooling looks like a great option. Especially when the parent is concerned and wants to be more involved in their child’s education. But then comes the overwhelming realization when they learn they have to research curricula and the excess of home schooling resources [...]

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College Essay Tips for Homeschool Students

By | December 13th, 2015|College Tips|

The end of the year may mark the holiday season for most of the population, but if you are a high school senior, December is College Application Season. Traditional applications are fairly generic, and vary little from school to school. The essay is the piece that allows students to stand out, illustrate how they are [...]

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Smart Ways To Incorporate Technology In Homeschool Education

By | December 7th, 2015|Christian Home School Program|

Gone are the days when every student had their nose buried in a book. With the sheer mass of information available online, students in every type of educational setting have a world of knowledge literally at their fingertips, and homeschool families often find creative ways to incorporate online information into their lessons: Worksheets & Print-outs [...]

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STEM & Student-Centered Learning

By | November 30th, 2015|Christian Home School Program, Uncategorized|

Traditional education techniques have students study multiple subjects independently of one another. A student may read Macbeth in English class, go to science and learn about chemical reactions, attend history class to discuss ancient civilizations, and math to learn about angles and circumferences, then head off to the computer lab to learn basic programming skills. [...]

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Georgia Law and Homeschool Students

By | November 20th, 2015|Christian Home School Program, Uncategorized|

The Comprehensive Education Bill (HB 283) went into effect just two years ago, and simplified the way homeschool families report attendance and submit information about their children's educational progress. Previously, homeschool parents were required to submit attendance and other reports to the State Department of Education or to their local school superintendent. Today, families who [...]

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College-Bound Homeschool Students

By | November 13th, 2015|Christian Home School Program|

In addition to class work, extracurricular activities, socializing and perhaps a part-time job, high school juniors and seniors spend a lot of time researching and applying to colleges and universities. For several years, top colleges have been actively recruiting homeschool students, because they recognize homeschoolers as better prepared than their public school and private school [...]

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Benefits of a Quality Homeschool Program

By | October 30th, 2015|Christian Home School Program|

When weighing education options for their children, many parents are pleased to find that homeschool graduates are very competitive in college programs, workplaces, and communities. And taking control of a child’s education can produce quite a few benefits that children in public and private schools don’t receive. Ideal Student-Teacher Ratios Overcrowding is never an issue [...]

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