In my last post, Seven Tips to Prevent Homeschool Mom Burnout, I discussed using a bullet journal to plan our homeschool year. Today I’d like to expand on how we keep a homeschool bullet journal for my two high school teens. You can also use this method for dual enrollment, college, or students who attend classes outside of the home.
We keep homeschool bullet journals for each of our high schoolers to keep them on track, allow us to see grades and work progress at a glance, and to provide a record for college admissions. Here is how we bullet journal for homeschooling, step by step, including directions and pictures.We keep homeschool bullet journals for each of our high schoolers to keep them on track, allow us to see grades and work progress at a glance, and to provide a record for college admissions. Click To Tweet
We have chosen to document everything we do for school to help make the college admissions process easier. This also makes it easier for the student to see and track their work, helping to prevent lower grades. They can see problem spots quickly.
Our 11th grader starts dual enrollment this year. I will likely be doing little to no teaching with her. This gives her a critical opportunity to track her grades and keep up with her assignments. This is the final step in learning how to navigate the world of college and being fully responsible for all of her school work before entering a university.
For my other child, who starts 9th grade this year, this allows him an opportunity to successfully manage the increased workload of high school and to track his progress. He is seriously considering engineering, so good grades are a priority for him.[Read more…] about Keeping A Homeschool Bullet Journal