How to Begin Home Schooling or Remote Learning

how to begin home schooling or remote learning

Have you asked how to begin home schooling or remote learning? Just how do I begin this journey?

When I first tried to homeschool, I already had a desire to homeschool my girls, but the timing was not right. Nor did I have the grace to do such when they were preschoolers. How could it be so hard to teach my girls their colors and numbers? Yet it was not the right time. It was like I was striving too hard and they were not comfortable either.

We had just moved to another state in 2000 when troubled waters were upon us. I strongly believed, for their safety, it was finally time to homeschool my girls, doing the best job I could. So I took my daughters our of Kindergarten and First Grade public school.

How to begin home schooling or remote learning

Some of you have been thrust into this situation of remote learning or schooling at home. So, it is the right time for you to homeschool. I shared some tips, insights, and experiences that I had from homeschooling my two daughters for 12 years in the Beginner’s Guide to Homeschooling.

how to begin home schooling or remote learning
How to begin home schooling or remote learning

Home Schooling during crisis times can be very adventurous and enlightening to the needs and learning styles of your children. I learned so much about my daughters being their teacher as well as their parent. And I believe you could learn much about your children, as well.

For parents whose children were in public school before the Coronavirus Pandemic, they might have been ‘lumped in’ with children of various learning styles at school. Now you find yourself faced with deciding how to help your children succeed in their schooling but at home. Coaching is available.

In Beginner’s guide to Homeschooling, you can read about learning styles, finding curriculum and how my local community helped shaped my family’s homeschooling experience and hopefully how it can help you shape your learners into well prepared students for the upcoming school years.

Home School Coaching is available

For Home school Coaching, I am available some afternoons. Feel free to make an appointment. You can also make a Discovery Appointment for 15 minutes to learn more about my experience with homeschooling before setting your own Home School Coaching appointment. I will help you with how to begin home schooling or remote learning for your children.

My name is Nek’ka Migel. I hope I can be of service to you. Just know that I am praying for you and the good work you want to do in your child’s life!

Other posts here are:

Speak to Your Children,

How Do You Protect Your Children?,

Life Coaching for Single Parents.

Thanks for stopping by.

Sincerely and In Christ Name,

Nek’ka Migel, Author and Entrepreneur

Nek’ka Migel, Author and Entrepreneur

Who Are You?

Day 10 of 30 day Minimalist Challenge

Who are you?

Day 10 journal of my 30 day Minimalist Challenge

On 1-5-2020, I was reminded that I need accountability. I never voiced this until recently.

My mother never checked on me because she knew I would land on my feet.

In listening to the audiobook,

13 Things Mentally Strong Women Don’t Do [electronic resource] / by Amy Morin,

I realized that I have been living my life this way… without accountability. I’m the one who checks on others. And I never required, requested or demanded that people look in on me… to check up on my status in one area or another.

Even my husband has seen me as a Super Woman! I did have two lady friends around 2014 who were good at checking up on me. And when they moved away, I was devastated. Though I couldn’t understsnd my deep grief over their departure.

It was stemmed back to the familial saying, “Nek’ka always lands on her feet”. These two ladies gave me what I was missing… then they were gone.

I mentioned this a few days ago, in my minimalist challenge blog, that I’ve hired a couple of coaches for 2020. The year for praises and not complaints. So I’m incorporating my own helps and hand holding.

I’ve had mentors over the past 20 years and while I was given assignments, so many other areas of my life were unattended to or overlooked.

In Amy’s book, she was relaying a story of how a women’s family of origin had nicknames for all the kids and she was living up to hers even subconsciously. This woman didn’t examine her life to see if that label resonated with who she identified as an individual.

And I never shook off that label, “she’ll always land on her feet”. It’s good to know or believe that. But how is that suppose to happen?

When I land on my feet, are my ankles sometimes twisted? Did I break my legs landing on my feet because I had no assistance? I never saw negative in that statement. I was just doing my best to live up to that expectation.

Don’t get me wrong, I have some really good friends that I can call when needed. And we’re all busy with our daily lives. When I see them, we all get caught up on the latest happenings and have a good laugh. And then I go back to my world of “landing on my feet”… alone, as it were.

What childhood or early adult nicknames or statements are you trying to live up to? Do they resonate with your true identity, your core being? Write your comments below.
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