Leading a Virtual Homeschool Co-op

In today’s podcast Carol Topp interviews homeschool leader Sheri Payne who runs a virtual homeschool co-op that meets online. Homeschool families are pretty familiar with homeschool co-ops. It’s a gathering of homeschool families to cooperate together in teaching classes. They usually meet once a week at a location close to the participating families. But have you ever heard of a virtual homeschool co-op?

In today’s podcast Carol Topp interviews homeschool leader Sheri Payne who runs a virtual homeschool co-op that meets online. Participants attend from across the globe!

In this episode of the HomeschoolCPA podcast Sheri explains:

 

  • How the virtual co-op works
  • What technology is used
  • How to operate it without cost to the parents
  • The advantages of a virtual co-op
  • The disadvantages of co-oping online remotely and online

My favorite quote from Sheri in this episode is “Using technology even Socratic discussions are possible!”

Carol and Sheri met online at the I Am a Homeschool Group Leader Facebook Group. It is a closed group (meaning you have to request to join) of 530 homeschool leaders from across the USA (and maybe the globe soon!). You can join us here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/72534255742/

 

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