When discussing a
school related problem with her husband, an Information
Technology VP, his first course of action is to search for
some computer software to solve it. Since he is a computer
whiz, working with them in business and for pleasure, that
is how his brain works: practical solutions for any
quandary, and in his case, something-computer.
So, Kym shares her
areas of need, and how the computer solved her problems. Not
just using all-in-one programs, but finding solutions to
spot-hit the specific problems each child has, you can pick
and choose who needs what type of practice at the time, and
possibly personalize the program to best comply. While
"practice makes perfect" sounds great, it can be misleading
because practicing something wrong, means it is wrong still.
Rather, perfect practice makes perfect, and the computer is
wonderful at detecting and demanding proficiency.
Being the opportunists we are as
homeschoolers, learn how to capitalize on using the computer
to duplicate yourself as a support structure for your
Learn & Do Unit
Make learning fun
All you add is the children!