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Homeschool Curriculum Excellence - Robinson Curriculum
An Excellent K-12 Home School Curriculum
Developed by a scientist and his six children
I N T R O D U C T I O N
Teach your children to teach themselves and to acquire superior knowledge as did many of America's most outstanding citizens in the days before socialism in education. [ MORE... ]
V I R T U A L S E M I N A R
Listen to a talk by Dr. Robinson about homeschooling and...
Date: 2017-03-24 00:52:38
Robinson Forums - Robinson Self-Teaching Homeschool Curriculum
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Catholic Robinson Curriculum Homeschool
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Homeschool email group for Catholic families which will revolve around the Robinson Curriculum. You do not necessarily...
Date: 2016-01-06 21:54:05
Saxon Math Placement - Homeschool Curriculum Excellence
Suggested course titles. Accelerated students will finish Advanced Mathematics in the first semester of eleventh grade and begin Calculus in the second semester. Pre-Calculus I consists of the first 70-90 lessons in Advanced Mathematics. Pre-Calculus II comprises the remaining lessons.
Suggested course titles. The content in Geometry-Trigonometry-Algebra 3 is identical to that in Pre-Calculus I but is presented at a slower pace. Likewise, Geometry-Trigonometry-Algebra 4 is the same as Pre-Calculus II. Using these course titles allows...
Date: 2015-11-13 20:16:25
Video - Robinson Self-Teaching Homeschool Curriculum
Dr. Art Robinson spoke in Southfield, MI about homeschooling. The whole evening was captured on tape and is now presented here.
Video of the talk by Dr. Robinson with Q&A - 1:50.0 Min.
Self-Teaching and Academic Excellence - 45.0 Min. MP3
Questions and Answers:
Homeschooling and social interaction - 3.7 Min. MP3
Can anyone homeschool? - 2.0 Min. MP3
Where do I start my child in the curriculum? - 2.0 Min. MP3
What about spelling, grammar, and syntax? - 3.5 Min....
Date: 2016-06-29 20:49:50
Teach them to Teach Themselves - Robinson Self-Teaching ...
Teach them to Teach Themselves
The student who masters a subject on his own learns more
By Dr. Arthur Robinson
Home schools have many different purposes each unique to the particular family and their family goals. The academic part of those purposes usually includes the accumulation of skills and knowledge that cannot be as effectively acquired later in life.
Although often overlooked in the...
Date: 2015-11-13 20:16:26