If you are struggling with confidence, or maybe you don’t think that you are very smart, let me encourage you with three things when you question homeschooling.
About Stephen Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home TeamStephen Muldrow is a husband and father of two. He is currently working as a retirement consultant, and serves with his wife Kellie in several ministries at their church in rural Iowa. He received his undergrad degree from Charter Oak State College and his Masters of Divinity from Fairhaven Baptist College.
If you homeschool in a big family or even a small one, you recognize that the parent/teacher and child relationship is even more important than ever. Here are a few tips for parents to make sure that your kids get enough of you.
Learning outside of the classroom with extracurricular activities is extremely important for homeschoolers. Here are a few ideas from my son Stephen to help you exercise your teen’s mind or body!
A common stereotype of homeschool students is that they are socially awkward. We believe this to be a myth, but we also want to emphasize that social comfort is a skill that must be developed.
Growing up, one of Stephen's goals was to get into an Ivy League school. Harvard, Princeton, Yale weren’t just schools in his mind but they represented a distinction that he wanted. Don't miss his story and why he changed his mind.
when I arrived on campus for my first time, I had my degree major already selected. I
science projects are infamous for involving the parents more than the students. I will never forget the
Growing up I was blessed with grandparents that lived down the street. Three nights a week we
When it comes to teaching your teens to drive, safety is the most important consideration. Here are a few tips to teach your teens to drive safely, so that you can relax and enjoy the ride.