This week is the last part in the “virtual tour” of how we develop our Distance Learning courses. So far we’ve answered the following questions: Who is involved? and What roles are assigned? In this video you’ll see where everything comes together. We hope you enjoy the tour! What is your favorite part of this process?
You want your children to succeed in their education. We do too. We offer practical tips for teaching your children math, science, writing, and more! These tips can be applied to any homeschool curriculum. There are also highlights of our new textbooks with examples of how our curriculum trains your children to have success in their learning.
To be a poet—at least a very good poet—one has to be more than a little “disturbed,” or so it would seem. After all, the biographies of a number of the greats form a litany of dysfunction and instability. But such is not the case when you consider the lives of Robert and Elizabeth Browning. […]
Last week we listed the different teams involved in creating a Distance Learning course. We also introduced a scene shop team member and the head drama associate, who shared in their own words about the roles they play. Today, you will meet three more people—a teacher, a video specialist, and a production manager. What roles […]
Patrick, son of Calpornius, lived in the village of Bannavem Taburniae in Britain. While the year of his birth is not known, he probably lived from around 390 to 460. Patrick was probably raised in a wealthy home, as demonstrated by his knowledge of Latin. Virtually all that we know about Patrick is found in two […]
So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them. Genesis 1:27 God created us in His own image. Because we are created in the image of God, we have the ability to think, to create, to communicate, to foster relationships, and much […]
Testers often ask the BJU Press Testing & Evaluation team how they can accommodate a student’s special needs. Here are some suggestions for educators who are working with children who have special needs. Dyslexia There are several types of dyslexia, so it is wise to ask the child’s parents detailed questions. How severe is the child’s dyslexia? […]
In my last post, I shared ways to talk about the practical uses of school subjects around the house. But what about outside the home? How might you teach your child that his education is vitally connected to his ability to earn a living—in any field? Get your child thinking about various careers. A good […]