We use an online curriculum published by Alpha Omega called Ignitia which includes more than 50,000 multimedia elements like interactive games, audio and video clips, and external web links. Ignitia is a versatile online Christian curriculum and learning management system with dynamic, Christ-centered lessons and interactive features for elementary, middle, and high school. Ignitia also provides time-saving tools for parent/teachers that include automatic grading and lesson planning, a convenient internal messaging system.
The majority of student work is automatically graded with Ignitia. Students receive instant feedback, and data is stored for later reporting with this practical, time-saving feature. This user-friendly application allows students to hear selected passages or entire lessons to promote greater understanding by simply highlighting the text within the lesson. Staff supervising is available for an extra monthly fee. It is an easy and convenient way to homeschool your student.
Online homeschooling allows for the greatest amount of flexibility, from hours spent to courses offered. In public schools, some students can find themselves not being academically challenged. With online homeschooling, students can access a wide variety of educational programs including advanced placement courses. This allows students to reach their full potential and prepare for what comes in their college education.
While the benefits of homeschooling and online homeschooling may be different on a student-to-student basis, there are some distinct advantages that apply to the educational practice as a whole. Since a homeschooled students education is usually managed by the same person over a long period of time, their education plan can be consistent previous taught topics and courses.
Homeschooled students received a tailored education from their teachers because curriculums can be crafted around the student’s needs, strengths, weaknesses, and learning difficulties. Homeschooling provides a one-on-one experience and interaction for when a student is having a difficult time grasping a concept or subject. The curriculum can then be adjusted to help the student better understand while in public schools the student would have to either seek out a tutor or be left behind and get a better grasp of the subject on their own.
Homeschooling curriculums are customizable in way of teaching and learning for the child, which can help them learn at a faster rate than public school children. The curriculum can then be adjusted to help the student better understand while in public schools the student would have to either seek out a tutor or be left behind and get a better grasp of the subject on their own.