Do you feel like you don't have what it takes to teach science? My friends, it should not be so - you are your child's perfect teacher and with the right tool, you can teach science! In today's episode, we are going to chat about the second hurdle that can stand in the way of you wanting to teach science - experience.
Hi, I’m Paige Hudson and you are listening to the Tips for Homeschool Science Show where we are breaking down the lofty concepts of science into building blocks you can use in your homeschool!
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There is a misconception that science in a lofty subject best left to the experts.
Truth: The bulk of science can be understood, appreciated, and taught by a homeschooling mom.
The key here is to get a good curriculum, meaning it contains these three keys for teaching science, from a trusted source.
How to choose science curriculum that will work for you:
Having the right curriculum in place will provide you with the tools you need to teach science no matter what your experience is with the subject!
Myth: Science is a lofty subject that can only be taught by experts. Truth: You can teach science! (Pin this Tidbit)
No matter your experience, you can teach science with the right tools in your hands. (Pin this Tidbit)
Your science curriculum is a tool, not a master. Mold it to fit your family. (Pin this Tidbit)
See the full conference session - I want to teach science, but these three hurdles stand in my way.
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At this point in our journey down the roadmap for science, we know our goals for high school science and the tools we can use, but what does it actually look like? Click "Read More" to listen to two different scenarios.
Welcome to the fourth and final stop on our roadmap to teaching science – the high school years! Click "Read More" to listen in as we chat about your goals for science during these years.