Practical Homeschool magazine shares an article written by homeschool mom and co-op teacher, Linda M. Burklin.
Hybrid Homeschool Classes
Linda loved teaching English Literature and Composition at her homeschool co-op, but found that managing her own seven children and co-op was exhausting. Instead of quitting teaching, she came up with the idea of a hybrid class.
She combined email instruction with occasional “seminar” for a small class of students (6 total). She shifted a lot of the teaching burden onto the homeschool parent and student.
Linda explains in detail how she organized her hybrid class here:
Take some inspiration from Linda and try a hybrid class, using email for sharing lessons and homework.
Just another way homeschool parents can be creative in how they educate their children!
Carol Topp, CPA