Gifted Wins: Greek and Roman Mythology

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Nathan participated in the fall semester of GHF Online’s Beyond Percy Jackson: Real Stories of Greek and Roman Mythology Class with Allison Stieger. Recently, he visited the Seattle Art Museum’s Impression Exhibit, where he proceeded to proudly share the entire myth of Bacchus and Ariadne with me, his father, and … Continue reading

Gifted Wins: Intro to Planet Earth

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Brevity is not my strong suit, but some things are worth the effort. GHF Online’s Intro to Planet Earth is one such thing. My son was enrolled in the class this fall. I was nervous, as he’d never taken any academic classes before. He loved it! Ms. Madeline was a … Continue reading

Educating Gifted Children: The Many Ways We Approach Their Learning

educating gifted children: the many ways

  Just as gifted children’s abilities and interests vary widely, so do the educational options that work for each child. Read our latest blog hop to discover the approaches that have worked for gifted and 2e families, and those that haven’t. Look to our bloggers’ suggestions for ways to tweak … Continue reading

Teaching Mythology to Kids

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One of the best things about teaching myth to kids is the wonderful way it imparts critical thinking skills. Myth is a very fluid concept, and it heartily resists the kids’ attempts to put what they learn about the stories into little boxes, like “this is a thing that I … Continue reading

Environmental Science in U.S. History with GHFO

by Susanne Thomas GHFO, Director of Online Education Homeschoolers are really fortunate. You send your kid to a traditional school and you’re going to get stand-alone science classes with little context for how they might be important – especially for non-science-y students. The curriculum and the outlines are set. In most classrooms, you … Continue reading