Oh, how I love poppies! Beautiful.
Love your photos!! So, now I have read december 2010 (taking my time, but it is nice to read your blog from the beginning!!) I am not exactely sure what it means to homeschool, have never heard of it here in Sweden, but I guess it is a good thing because you can travel freely!! How do you homeschool in Jordan, according to the system in US or Jordan?? Do you teach the children Arabic as well? How does the children get their grades? Confused..../S Susan
Susan, I really don't have any restrictions or requirements placed on me for homeschooling my children. However, I am motivated to do my best to provide them with a good education and my desire is that they will all be students who love God and love to learn. My children take some classes with teachers other than myself when they are in high school; in the US, where homeschooling is gaining in popularity, many quality online classes are offered. For instance, my son is taking Rhetoric and Studio Art/2D Design online this year. I keep track of grades (mostly) for high school courses only. To enter a US university, a student normally needs a transcript (courses, grades) which may be prepared by a parent, and SAT scores.
Ok, thank you for your answer!!/S Susan
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