Volunteer Spotlight on Connie Duncan

 

“It was perfect timing for me to step into the job.”

 

 

Connie Duncan of New Market, is one of our most essential unsung heroes. Connie has just been elected to the Board of Directors and now serves as Board Treasurer.

In 2012, Connie volunteered to [...]

A Newbie at the Conference

Submission by Adrienne Rivetti Jense

When your oldest child is only in preschool or kindergarten, navigating the social waters of the homeschooling community can be rather intimidating. Never mind the fact that you don’t have any “real” experience with this homeschooling thing, but can you really, legitimately even call yourself a “homeschooler” yet? Not only [...]

My Brief Experience with MOOCs

Submitted by Ann Clay, Manassas

Some of the latest, most exciting offerings for homeschoolers are Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). These courses are meant for large-scale participation (most courses have hundreds, if not thousands, of students). They are the newest development in what is commonly called ‘distance education.’

MOOCs can be very useful to the [...]