Education Archive

A little off topic from destroying Victorian English Country Houses, but this is a post I have been meaning to write, since not many people talk about online homeschool record keeping. Homeschool Portfolios via Trello We’ve been using Trello.com (free and web based) to keep track of our progress for official assessments. I still have to update October’s in the screen shot below…I left my phone at home while traveling has messed up my process a bit. We’re minimalist, so the thought of having tons of binders weighing us down for years to come was nauseating so I turned to what I know best: Kanban Boards (can you tell I’m a project manager?). Each year has a board (this is US Kindergarten/UK Reception) and each month […]

Read More...

Hey guys! Long time no see. I’ll save you the one long “what we’ve been up to” post and just spread it out amongst all the upcoming blog posts of good travel tips and tidbits I picked up to pass on. Let’s just say that 7 months, 6 states and five countries later I’m exhausted! Traveling with kids when jet lag is involved is hard to begin with, but add the stress of not speaking the local language fluently (or at all like when we stopped in Reykjavik, Iceland for a few days) and oi. It’s great if you and your family can pre-game by learning some of the language and a bit about the culture a few months in advance (and there are loads of […]

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Read More...