The National Home Education Research Institute (NHERI) reports, “…more than 2 million students (about 3.8 percent of the K-12 population) were being homeschooled in America in 2010.”
Homeschooling is currently “the fastest-growing form of education.” The popularity of this educational choice has resulted in more resources than ever before, but the vast number of resources can be overwhelming to those who
are new to home education.
Tammy is now facilitating an enrichment/supplemental tutorials:
Excursions in STEAM
Excursions in STEAM offers K – 2 students the opportunity to take a topical journey to study the Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics that is connected to a particular region in the world. Social Studies will also be interwoven throughout the journey. Over monthly Excursions, students will take a trip around the world as they experience a bit of what each part of the world has to offer.
Excursions through TIME offers 3 – 5 students the opportunity to take a journey to study the Technology, Ideas, Mathematics, and Explorations that are connected to a particular time in our world. These Excursions will all have a STEAM focus.
For more information contact TammyJones@TLJConsultingGroup.com
Tammy’s resources provide more rigorous experiences for students at all levels. Writing (original thought), communication and literacy are all components of a well-rounded curriculum. A hallmark of these resources is the extensive facilitation notes to support their use.
Check out the extensive resources that are available to support your students’ needs. There are also games, activities, and materials that support building fluency while making connections to deepen understanding.
Professional Learning & Resource Center:
316 Donelson Pike
Nashville, TN 37214
Our Resource Center is equipped to provide homeschool parents and cooperatives a place to receive instruction and resources they need to make mathematics accessible to all learners. Call and schedule a time to consult with Tammy.
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