You’re to read each modules (1 module per week) and at the end of the reading you’re given an assignment. Your guardian or tutor is to select one of the prompts, and you are to answer it as the directions suggest.
This is a study of Art History from the period of Early Christian Art to Modern Art. It is a hands on Art History class specifically designed for interactive learning.
This course is a study of the book of Philippians for high school ages (9-12 grades). At the beginning of this course, the student is taught the book of Philippians. Towards the end, the student becomes the teacher. The best way for a student to learn and retain information is to teach it, according to educational specialists.
At the end of each module is a prompt for the student to answer. The student may use free online resources to help them formulate their answers and lessons. The following sites are recommended—
This course is a study of Paul’s time in Thessalonica as depicted in Acts as well as the two letters he penned to the congregation after he was with them. It is designed for high school freshmen–seniors. In this course, you’ll become acquainted with the historical background of these letters as well as the relevance they serve today.