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If you are reading this, then chances are you are concerned about current K-12 education models and are likely exploring alternative learning strategies for your children.
“Knock, knock, knock!” I heard on my portable door. I opened the door to see a concerned looking parent standing before me. That year I was teaching Grade 4/5 French Immersion, when school (and the world) was not yet distanced.
“Henry loves your class, but there is a lot of information to digest. He’s not really interested in Social Studies, so he finds it hard to engage in the subject matter. He also gets frustrated easily when he doesn’t get answers right.
We have all been in the situation where we felt overwhelmed with the work assigned to our child; a time when our little one has come home sad and maybe crying because she/he has not understood the lesson taught yet has a big project to hand in. I have been in that situation, too. I know how it feels.
My name is Lisa Hamoline and I am an educator based in Saskatchewan. I have my Bachelor of Education, I’m Montessori trained and certified, and I was a teacher/vice principal for Saskatchewan’s only online Qualified Independent School for 6 years. I believe that each child should have the opportunity to learn in a way that is the most meaningful to them, and that educational programs should be individualized to meet specific needs and interests.
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School PODs provide in person education delivered by professional, accredited educators in a family’s or educator’s learning space. Offered to small groups of 5 to 8, School Pods works with homeschool families to enhance curriculum and deliver a professional educational experience. Ideal for families seeking alternative, individualised education options for their Pre-K to 12 children.