20-Minute Mentors

How Can We Support Home-Schooled Students as They Transition to College?

This 20-Minute Mentor helps faculty and administrators understand and engage with homeschooled students to better serve this group and ensure their successful start in higher education.

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With the purchase of the optional Campus Access License, registrants are granted a license to download the program contents to a password-protected network, server, or website for additional staff use. You will receive information on downloading the contents of the program within 3-5 business days.

How Can We Support Home-Schooled Students as They Transition to College?

Homeschooled students are matriculating into higher ed institutions, though there is not much information available to educators about their prior education, current needs, and even who they are. This 20-Minute Mentor helps faculty and administrators understand and engage with homeschooled students to better serve this group and ensure their successful start in higher education.

Learning Goals

After viewing this program, participants will:

  • Know more about homeschooling in the United States
  • Be better prepared to work with homeschooled students as they transition to college
  • Understand how homeschooled students compare to traditionally educated students
  • Be equipped to better teach homeschooled students

Topics Covered

  • Problems with inconsistent homeschooling research
  • Examining the available data on home-schooled students
  • Details of the variety of homeschooling motivations and approaches
  • What some homeschooled students want educators to know about their preparation

Audience

This program will benefit:

  • Faculty
  • Course Designers
  • Curriculum Designers
  • Faculty Development Directors
  • Academic leadership

Product Code: OM19JD

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