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All of NatureGlo's courses are lifetime access for self-paced online video courses. Topics include: 1. MathArt (integration of math, science, art, and history) 2. Science - Marine Biology, Herpetology (reptiles & amphibians), Botany, & Geology. Many lessons include unit study or thematic unit connections with reading, writing, history, geography, art, poetry, culture, music, and math.
NeS classes are taught from a neutral worldview, or non-religious point-of-view so that students of faith and non-faith can feel comfortable together in a class setting. NatureGlo does not teach origins in her classes. Religions or worldviews are NOT to be discussed or debated in classes either in the live classroom setting, or in any of the class comment sections or other NeS student sharing platforms.
NatureGlo's eScience is a course platform and curriculum provider, lead by instructor, Gloria Brooks. Therefore, it is not a school and cannot be accredited. Parents can save student work completed in NatureGlo's eScience courses in a student portfolio for your state requirements.
NatureGlo has always been and continues to be liberated from standardized education, the Common Core, and "teaching to the test". All of her curriculum, has been creatively written by her and piloted by her students throughout her teaching career since 1997. Learning should go beyond the standards and being liberated from them saves time and energy to adequately exceed them. Gloria is free to teach according to how the students learn best and avoids coercive educational fads.
You'll need a high-speed Internet connection. You can access the online courses using any updated device.
NatureGlo's courses are built on the GrooveMember platform.
Yes, parents are the record keepers as NatureGlo's eScience is a course platform and curriculum provider. Check with your state homeschool requirements for science, math, other subjects and adjust your chosen course studies to those requirements. NatureGlo's lessons and course work can potentially be applied as credit towards any high school curriculum you are currently using.
No, NatureGlo doesn’t personally grade student work. However, study guides can be used by parents, many of which include answer keys, for grading. Student projects can also be graded using a parent chosen rubric. Many lessons include an online automated program called Quizlet which offers online games, flashcards for study and an automated graded test which parents can use to collect grades per lesson. Parents and students are responsible for recording grades by tallying them all up at the end of the course to get a final grade average for the course. I offer a certificate of completion for all 6-week classes.
1. High-speed wireless Internet
2. Blank notebook for note-taking and journaling per class or a 3-ring binder divided up by tabs per class
3. (Optional) Portfolio - manilla folder or other chosen way to keep papers organized
4. A mechanical or regular graphite pencil with a good eraser. It's suggested that students use a pencil for both journal sketching exercises and note-taking as it's easy to erase mistakes.
5. Colored pencils
6. (Optional) Other coloring media including paint, crayons etc.
6. (Optional) Camera and video recorder
NatureGlo primarily uses an online math and science unit study approach but mixes in eclectic teaching methods including: Charlotte Mason (note-books), Montessorri (multi-ages), Unschool (student self-directed project choices), Open Classroom (resource guided), and Delight-led.
NatureGlo's eScience offers a 14-day money back guarantee. If you and or your learner are not satisfied with the classes, you can cancel anytime before your 14-day period. Use the contact form on this site or email Gloria Brooks at [email protected] requesting a refund.
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