Computer-Based Homeschooling

by Mary Ann Kelley

TheHomeSchoolMom: Computer-based Homeschooling

Most computer-based homeschooling is really just an off-shoot of the textbook method. Instead of paper books, the child’s curriculum is either through an online company or a home-based program that is purchased on CD-ROM.

Two of the most popular CD-ROM programs are Switched on Schoolhouse and Robinson Curriculum.

There are also several online programs available (not an inclusive list; for more see the online learning listings in our Curriculum Reviews):

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