Public cyber-charter schools sound like an inexpensive alternative to homeschooling, but when parents make the shift — complete with standardized testing, mandated hours, and government regulation — they quickly miss the freedom and flexibility that makes homeschoolers so successful.
Cyber Charter Schools vs. Homeschool
By Kimberley Kulp, September 30, 2014
Hi there. I’m Kimberly Kulp, I’ve been involved in teaching elementary – higher education students for more than 10 years in the public, private, and homeschooling community. I’ve had extensive experience with at-risk students who require more hands-on learning approaches, and as a result have become very passionate about interdisciplinary education and the integration of technology to enhance a student’s mastery of the subject, their creativity, and ability to make lasting human connections. As an adoptive mother, I am especially interested in sensory integration and kinesthetic learning for active, at risk and adopted children. I blend my love of education, technology, and seeing God’s word come alive in the eyes of students who are learning at their own pace. In my free time, I like to be outdoors with my 3 active children, read, drink coffee, and travel.