Zach is a 14-year-old homeschooler who reviews movies, books, and games.
Home education presents a unique set of difficulties for parents and homeschooling teens.
These experiments offer some fun, easy and inexpensive ways to integrate science projects and activities into your summer schedule.
The Internet as we know it today has been a work in progress since the 1970’s.
Scientists have proven there are some hobbies that make you smarter.
Thanks to e-learning resources, teens are able to teach themselves.
Here are a few important steps you can take to help your kids prepare for and adjust to life as an independent, responsible adult.
The decision to choose individual home learning for your teenager can be supported by these strong benefits.
The author says there are only two paths in life: average and awesome.
Learning how to manage a bank account can be part of a financial literacy, consumer education, or practical living skills course.
Tips on how to be a cool and smart teen.
Leverage the arts as a creative way to learn computer science in grades 8-12.
Millennial teens (ages 16-19) are the first generation to have no memory of life before the internet and cell phones.
Students can start establishing credit even before they have a job.
A Book Review by Naomi Downing.
In this book, Dr. Carson shares eight important principles – Talent, Honesty, Integrity, Niceness, Knowledge, Books, In-Depth learning, and God.
There are many benefits of getting into a job early on as a student.
A tuition-free Bible School with a specialized focus in missions, operated by Teen Missions International.
I wonder what would happen… if we were treated like PEOPLE, not weird, rebellious, strange, crazy teenagers.
It requires lots of patience and enormous endurance to deal with special teens and raise them up to face the real world.
Infographic: Having a professional presence on your personal social media sites is extremely important, especially if you’re searching for a job.
By Brittany Nichole Collett. Is this the generation of change? I hope so. And hopefully, after you have finished reading this article you’ll know what to do to change it.
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