When you started homeschooling, you were all about a relaxed approach to math. Hands-on learning. Math in real life. But now you're starting down high school.
You wake up at night in a cold sweat. What if you put them in a traditional classroom for high school math or science and your lack of diligence is exposed? What if the high school co-op science teacher has to pull you aside and break the news that your kid just doesn't have the math background he needs?
My brother, Ryan Westcott, is a homeschool dad who taught physics for over a decade, both at a traditional high school and at a homeschool co-op. He's here to give us the facts on what's really required to get your homeschooler math-ready for high school!
Read A Mathematicians Lament by Paul Lockhart.
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