Let me guess. You didn’t use tests on all your homeschool subjects, right? Neither did I! And yet, somehow, my children survived!
Some homeschoolers think it’s tons of fun to go back through four years of high school records and try to find or recreate every possible test, quiz, and assignment. For me, that doesn’t sound like fun. I was not one of those people. Plus I’ve noticed that even when parents do some forensic grading like that, it doesn’t really change what they know to be true. If you are not a tester in your homeschool, look beyond tests, and think of how you have evaluated.
Because not all homeschoolers use tests, I have created a quick grading estimate for homeschool parents.
Grade A or 4.0
Meets high expectations
High standardized test scores
Child love subject
Grade B or 3.0
Not worth an A
Tempted to do it again
Grade C or 2.0
Not very good
Kept going to the next level
This is one of piece of a Gold Care Club monthly webinar. They are tons of fun! I hope some day you’ll join me! You can read more about the Gold Care Club here: The HomeScholar Gold Care Club.
Another feature of the Gold Care Club is the opportunity to ask your biggest questions about homeschooling high school.