Homeschool curriculum design and free homeschool curricula
The National Homeschool Association, an industry group for homeschoolers, is hosting a workshop on Thursday to help homeschool parents choose the best curricula to use to teach their children.
The workshop will include a “hands-on” demo of the new curriculum and a presentation of the curriculum’s “first step” (the first 10 minutes of lessons).
Participants will be able to choose the curriculum based on their own interests and needs.
The NHA, which has been a part of the homeschooling movement for decades, said it will present the curriculum on Thursday at the National Homesubmitment Conference.
The NHA has been actively involved in promoting homeschool programs, which include a curriculum for homes of young children, since the 1990s.
“The homeschool movement has been in its infancy, but we know that it’s here to stay, and we’re hoping to have a meaningful and successful partnership with the homesubmitters at NHA,” said Tim Gillett, director of homeschool marketing for the NHA.
“We are proud to offer our expertise and knowledge to the homesubsmitters to help them in their homeschool creation.”
The workshop, which will be held at NHTSA’s National Center for Homeschooling Innovation, will include demos of curriculum designs for free homesubs, as well as the free curriculum for older homeschool students.
The free curriculum will be available to homeschool families who have a parent with an advanced degree.
Participants will also be able learn about how to apply the curriculum to homes.
The NHTDA, which describes itself as the national voice for the homesofone family, is a nonprofit organization.
The group is a member of the National Association of Home Educators (NHA), an industry association for homescribes.
The National Home Education Association, founded in 1891, is the nation’s largest membership organization for homespun educators, which includes professionals in education, education planning, and public relations.NHA’s goal is to help parents and educators create homeschool-specific learning programs that include curricula tailored to their individual needs and abilities, and that provide a foundation for children to be successful in their careers.
The association’s mission is to foster an environment where parents can teach their own children.
“It’s time for a new generation of homesubmitted curriculum to take the lead in the education and careers of our children,” said NHA President and CEO Jim Leibowitz in a statement.
“NHTSA and the NHT are committed to creating the best curriculum for every homeschool parent, and NHT’s program will help us make that happen.”
In a blog post, Gilletson said NHT is “focusing on providing a curriculum that parents can use to build their own homeschool experience.”
“It is important for all families to know that we are here to help and support their efforts to make the best possible education choices for their families,” he said.
NHT has already been an active partner with schools, including providing workshops to parents and teachers.
In 2013, the NHEA partnered with NHT to host an educational webinar with parents, teachers, and educators.
The webinar featured “homeschool curriculum designers” and was hosted by NHE and the National Center of Homeschool Education Innovation, which is the organization that the NHSA serves as a member.
In 2013, NHA helped create the NSHES, a “new way to share and create learning resources.”
The NSHEs were created to provide a “digital-only education experience” for parents and to facilitate “more sharing and learning” among schools, according to a statement from the NHOES.