Proof of Progress
To demonstrate proof of progress, parents have two options. One option is for the child take a standardized test. The second option is to work with an evaluator to demonstrate that progress has been made.
Evaluation process varies from one evaluator to another. In general, data is collected through questionnaire and or interview.
Testing is often stressful for both parents and children. It provides quantitative data, focusing on the particular skills your child has mastered.
Evaluation is lower stress. The information shared is subjective, and is an opportunity to celebrate the work families have done over the course of the year. Our process really focuses on the parent as expert on child, and it is a joy to see how homeschooling parents are able to meet the specific needs of their child.
We love seeing the huge amount of variety in both the information children are learning, skills they are developing, and most importantly the innovative and explorative ways this learning is taking place.