Wednesday, July 14, 2010

I am excited. As I shared before, I do believe in virtual learning, just as long as it comes in the right time and in small doses. Well, I’ve been invited to try Time4Learning’s online curriculum for one month in exchange for a candid review. As always, my opinion will be entirely my own so be sure to come back and read my experience with Time4Learning’s educational program. Click to find out more or if you would like to apply to be considered for a review.

5 comments:

Pathfinder Mom said...

I'm curious to see what you think. We've been using it off and on for a month or so.

Waterdreamer said...

It's funny I was talking to a woman who homeschools in line at Toys r us on Black Friday at 2am and she said this all she uses. Well I don't think one computer program alone is what I want to use to educate my son, I'd consider using it as a suppliment.
Thanks for the info! I applied too.

Debbie said...

I look forward to seeing what you think. I wasn't that impressed with just the samples given, they seemed either too easy for Selena or to over her head. There is probably more if you sign up for it though.

Elise said...

I hope that this turns out to be an opportunity that Anna enjoys and benefits from.

How wonderful for Anna to already be a seasoned sailor. What a thrill for you to hear her expressing all of that knowledge that she has been soaking up.

I have seen Wedgits on a few blogs now and am seriously considering purchasing some.

My Family My Forever said...

I'll be very interested to see what you think. I have tried their demos a couple months back, and in my opinion, it was honestly about two grade levels behind what each of my school aged kids are learning right now.

I'll be looking for your views in a month!