Filling Public School Gaps: When to Consider Virtual Charter Schools

Whether parents realize it or not, traditional public schools are failing. And the gaps in learning are widening at a scary pace. Luckily, if you spot learning gaps early on, you can avoid long-term learning consequences for your child.

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10 Tips for Creating a Structured Online Learning Schedule

Online learning sparks new opportunities for growth. It also comes with a whole new lifestyle. As a parent, that adjustment might seem overwhelming. After all, you have a pile of responsibilities to juggle on a daily basis as it is.

Luckily, taking time to create a structured online learning...

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Building Community In A Time of Isolation

Up until a few weeks ago, I enjoyed the best of both work worlds – working at Method Headquarters a few days a week and from home the rest of the week.  I was still able to have in-person meetings, catch a staff member to have a quick chat, and enjoy some community building just by sitting...

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Method Schools Announces their UC a-g and NCAA Course Approval!

Method Schools is pleased to announce its course catalog remains UC and NCAA approved.  Course lists are viewable on the UC a-g and NCAA (enter High School Code: 850455 to view) portals. 

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How Commitment to Assessment Can Change School Culture

Our ultimate goal at Method is to improve academic achievement in all students.  This task is never easy in any school, but it is made even more complex when our teachers work with students online that are potentially hundreds of miles away.   The nature of our online school model requires a...

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Work-Life Balance: Working Remotely at Method

When someone proudly states, “I’m a teacher!” the image that immediately comes to mind include walls lined with brightly decorated bulletin boards, class sets of books arranged on a corner bookshelf, and thirty pairs of eyes and ears listening and watching an excited adult at the front of the...

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Tests? Ugh. Simple Steps to Make the Most Out of Them

I hear so many opinions about tests from students, parents, and fellow educators.  Let’s be honest – no one likes tests.   So why do we have to test so much, so often, and why are we so committed to testing that no one enjoys? 

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UC Courses – Why I Should Take UC/a-g Courses?

These letters seem to mean so much on a high school transcript, but does you know what they mean? UC/a-g courses are courses that have been reviewed by the UC committee and deemed to have the rigor of a college preparatory course.  In short, these classes are designed to prepare you for college....

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We have experienced a few Charters and none have come close to what method has been able to provide us. We look for a community and support for my Charter and Method his provided that for us on a weekly in some weeks even daily basis. They have amazing field trips, amazing staff and are very kind and relatable. I highly recommend them to anyone who is looking for extra support or even just a good sense of community while homeschooling. My son has been so proud to tell people about his Charter this year. Here is to many more years making friends and memories.

 

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Method Parent
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