Category: Teaching/CLEP-Prep

Facilitating a CLEP Study Group

Facilitating a CLEP Study Group

| March 30, 2017

Creating an effective CLEP course for your students (and their friends!) is very rewarding. Don’t think you have to be an expert in the subject at hand. You can create an educational experience for your student that will be engaging and rewarding, and that leads them to earning college credit. When I suggested to my […]

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Which Curriculum is Best?

Which Curriculum is Best?

| January 1, 2015

Which curriculum is best to prepare for a CLEP exam? This is one of the most frequently asked questions I receive from homeschool parents. Sometimes the wording is slightly different ~ Do I have to use a college textbook? Is Abeka or Notgrass or A History of US okay for the US History CLEP? We’re […]

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MOOCs

MOOCs

| March 1, 2013

A compiled list of Open Online Courses – Some courses have start dates and include assignments with peer interaction, others are self-paced studies. Some are supplemental while others are complete courses. Some are very visual and video based, others include choice reading materials. Parents are encouraged to review the course before assigning to a student. […]

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Curriculum Ideas we’ve used

Curriculum Ideas we’ve used

| October 21, 2011

In the Spirit of Sharing:Two of my kids have taken many exams, applying over 80 CLEP and DSST credits to their degrees.  Below is the order they took them in and a list of the primary resource they used.  My son focused on the History exams and my daughter’s focus was on the Business and […]

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