Tag Archives: assessments

Miacademy: Learning that Adapts to Each Child – A Website Review

This post is a review of Miacademy.co‘s website for children. This is not a paid review; however, I am presently an advisor and content creator for the site. As always, I only share products and services I deem to be beneficial to both parents and children of this community. I exclusively work with reputable businesses, […]

Answering the “Is He Progressing?” Question with Eloquence (+ 2 Free Tracking Tools)

Welcome to Day 24 of the 31 Days of Random Reflections on Raising and Homeschooling a Child with Special Needs. You can find the main page for this series here. One question I’m asked as a homeschooler that makes me cringe is: Is he progressing? Therapists, educators, and even family members and friends, all of whom mean well, will ask […]

Tools for Meeting Your Child Where He’s At: Using Educational Continua in Homeschooling

Most everything in life is progressive. We move from one stage to the next taking newfound knowledge along with us. Each phase can be subdivided into smaller stages. The continuum of life moves from conception to birth to childhood to adolescence to adulthood to old age, and, finally, to death. Childhood alone can be broken […]

Planning the Homeschool Year for Your Child with Special Needs: Part 10 – Assessments & Evaluations

Part 1 – Outlining your beliefs Part 2 – Finding your child’s dominant intelligence(s) and learning style Part 3 – Choosing an educational style Part 4 – Locating the curriculum/ program & finding resourses Part 5 – Modifying/ adapting the curriculum Part 6 – Planning the year Part 7 – Mapping out the months Part […]