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How to Help Your ADD & ADHD Child Earn Dual Credit
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How to Help Your ADD & ADHD Child Earn Dual Credit

Every student has their own unique strengths and weaknesses, but ADHD and ADD students have to overcome additional challenges. They often have extra physical and mental energy, making it harder to focus on the task at hand. This, along with a shorter attention span, can sometimes result in poor study habits, time management, and note-taking skills. ADD and ADHD students will often thrive in a...

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Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

28 Oct 2015
My Week at Worldview Academy
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My Week at Worldview Academy

Hi, friends! Two weeks ago, I spent Sunday through Friday at a camp called Worldview Academy. This unique camp experience gives teens the tools and training to be able to effectively share the Christian worldview with others. In this post, I’ll tell you about my experience at this camp and share with you a few key takeaways that really impacted my approach to evangelism. The...

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Julie

Julie

21 Oct 2015
So, I’m Going To Tell You What I Really Think About Dual Credit
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So, I’m Going To Tell You What I Really Think About Dual Credit

Hey folks, In this post I would like to share my views on not just DCAH but on dual credit in general. I hope this gives insight to some! In 2004, when my oldest brother Adam was 17, I was 5. That’s the year he graduated college…and high school. When my third oldest sister Dianna graduated from college (and high school) she was 17 and...

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Julie

Julie

07 Oct 2015
The Myth of Too Many Dual Credits
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The Myth of Too Many Dual Credits

Many parents wonder if it’s possible for their student to earn too many dual credits during high school, forcing them to enter college as a transfer student instead of a freshman. The answer is a resounding NO, but let’s explore the topic a little further for extra clarification. What is the difference between a freshman and a transfer student? The vast majority of colleges consider...

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Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

30 Sep 2015
How to Help Your Home School Student Learn a New Language This Semester
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How to Help Your Home School Student Learn a New Language This Semester

Learning a foreign language may be one of the best opportunities available to high school students. Not only will it increase their confidence, but it also sharpens cognitive and communication skills, improves employment potential, and makes travel more enjoyable. Two years of studying the same language is often required at traditional four-year colleges and even though your child may be considering an alternative option for higher...

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Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

23 Sep 2015
Meet a Dual Credit at Home Student: Christian Poteet
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Meet a Dual Credit at Home Student: Christian Poteet

Hi all, Julie from Class Hacked here! I know how it feels to be studying and thinking that you are doing this alone, but then I realized just how many of us are earning dual credit through Dual Credit at Home! I want to see how Dual Credit at Home is changing other lives, too, so I decided to interview a student who is also...

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Julie

Julie

16 Sep 2015
Seven Fall Field Trip Ideas for the Whole Family
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Seven Fall Field Trip Ideas for the Whole Family

With back-to-school in full swing and autumn fast approaching, it’s tempting to buckle down and hit the books every day, but if you home school, fall is the perfect time for a family field trip. The crowds have disappeared and most attractions offer off-season rates. It’s the perfect time for a little nontraditional learning. Here are 7 great field trip ideas for the whole family....

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Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

09 Sep 2015
29 Things to Do Before Graduating High School
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29 Things to Do Before Graduating High School

You may have already created a bucket list for your life, but have you considered listing all of the incredible things you would like to accomplish before graduating high school? Here is a list to get you started. If you see any ideas that spark your interest, jot them down and start creating your very own “Pre-Graduation Bucket List”! 1. Visit a third world country....

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Julie

Julie

02 Sep 2015
7 Tips for Improving Your Reading Skills this Semester
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7 Tips for Improving Your Reading Skills this Semester

As a dual credit student, you do a LOT of academic reading — more than the average high school student, that’s for sure. But are you retaining what you read so you can apply your new-found knowledge and ace your exams? No matter where you are in the dual credit process, you’ll find these 7 strategies helpful for improving your reading skills this semester. Turn...

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Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

26 Aug 2015
8 Surprising Ways to Earn Dual Credit in High School
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8 Surprising Ways to Earn Dual Credit in High School

Did you know that you can earn college credit in high school? You may have heard of Advanced Placement classes, but some of the following ideas are obscure. Whether you homeschool, attend public school, or go to a private school, there are ways around a typical four-year college education. Here are eight surprising ways to earn college credit while in high school. 1. Take Advanced...

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Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

18 Aug 2015
How I’ve Been Spending My Summer Break
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How I’ve Been Spending My Summer Break

This summer has been uber busy! I’ve been home for a total of 12 days out of the three months! To kick the summer off my family and a big group of teens from my church stayed at a “camp” for a week called SMITE which stands for the Summer Missionary Institute of Training and Evangelism. This is where I learned how to tell Bible...

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Julie

Julie

11 Aug 2015
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