Flat Rock, Michigan February 23, 2010—Across the United States, education trends indicate a growing acceptance of home schooling, according to digital textbook provider Completecurriculum.com.
Public polls and census data show that more children are being homeschooled each year, in both rural areas and cities. The increase may be due to the fact that parents have more tools available for successfully building K 12 lesson plans than ever before.
Many of these tools have gained popularity through the Internet, on homeschooling forums and discussion boards where objectives and teaching systems are shared between home educators. These forums show how technology and customized texts, in particular, are having a major impact on how education is delivered.
Digital textbooks are similar to their paper counterparts, but they’re written in a comprehensive style that ensures readability from one text to another. They’re also designed by parents using online tools that allow for a choice of learning materials. This allows a single textbook to become a major resource for students, as everything in the book will be new, engaging information to the reader. Customized texts also provide a cheap curriculum for homeschooled children, and a very flexible and intuitive learning system.
“We offer K-12 customized digital textbooks that allow parents to develop their own courses and adapt them to their child’s study processes,” says Complete Curriculum representative Alison Cancilliari. “Our tools make homeschooling easier, but they also allow for a better overall education experience for children.”
Whether a parent is designing a Science, English, or Mathematics curriculum (many subjects are available), digital textbooks allow for unprecedented freedom. Customized texts encourage children to learn at an accelerated pace, as each subject can be tailored to the child’s learning and studying habits.
“Home education has never been easier than it is today,” says Cancilliari. “There’s no question that more and more parents will make the decision to give their children a full, balanced education through homeschooling. New digital tools simply make the entire process easier and more rewarding.”
Complete Curriculum’s K-12 Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies digital textbooks provide teachers and parent’s quality, affordable, accessible digital educational content. The content is provided in an easily downloadable format accessible through a user friendly web based bookshelf that allows the instructor to customize instruction while engaging the student through the development use of 21st century skills. By blending academic, social and interpersonal skill development, Complete Curriculum’s digital texts afford educators and parent the opportunity to effectively impact a student’s ability to accelerate – in and out of the classroom.
For more information, visit their website at http://www.completecurriculum.com , or contact Alison Cancilliari PO Box 45, Flat Rock, MI 48134, or by telephone at 1-888-675-8398.