Jill Pearson-Keltner M.Ed. and Jennifer Mercer M.Ed. are California-credentialed teachers who facilitate high school classes for small groups of homeschooled students.  We love learning with students and taking the journey together.  We believe in non-coercive, joyful learning, so students must choose to participate in the classes.  Classes are based on University of California approved curricula.  Jill and Jennifer are vendors for both Dimensions Charter School and Inspire Charter School in San Diego CA.  If you are interested in joining us, please contact us below.

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2019-20 Class Schedule

Monday
12:15 – 2:15 – US Government / Economics
Tuesday
3:30 -5:130– Teen Club
Wednesday
12:30 – 2:30 – Big History Project
Friday
9:30 – 11:30 – English
12:30 – 2:30 – Biology with Lab

Location:

Presently we are meeting online

via ZOOM.

Start Date:

September 9, 2019

Cost:

Academic Classes:  $300/semester

Lab Classes:  $350/semester

Teen Club:  $40/month

Vendors:

Dimensions Charter School

Inspire Charter School

REGISTRATION
To register, please contact us and we will send you the necessary forms.
 
Class Offerings for 2020-21
Classes will run depending on student interest.

Lab Biology - High School

This fun, lab-based, comprehensive biology class will cover all topics in a UC-approved syllabus.  Students will research assigned topics at home before meeting for once-a-week community learning, group demonstrations and high school level high-quality labs.

Lab Physics - High School

This fun, lab-based, comprehensive biology class will cover all topics in a UC-approved syllabus.  Students will research assigned topics at home before meeting for once-a-week community learning, group demonstrations and high school level high-quality labs.

English Language and Literature - High School

This is a co-designed high school English class.  Students and facilitators will work together to create a curriculum that addresses student goals and interests in literary analysis and various forms of writing, such as personal essay, formal essay, poetry, persuasive essay, and others.

Advanced English Language and Literature - High School

This is a co-designed high school English class which will take literary analysis and writing skills to the next level..  Students and facilitators will work together to create a curriculum that addresses student goals and interests in literary analysis and various forms of writing, such as short story, literary critique, personal essay, persuasive essay, poetry, and others.

Big History Project - Middle and High School

Big History Project is a big picture look at the history of the world from The Big Bang to Current Times.  This course weaves, science, language arts, and social studies together for a comprehensive look at the history of US.  In addition to the historical contents, students will be developing writing and analysis skills.  High school students will be able to use this class as a resource in the following courses:  World Geography, World History, English, General Science.

American Government and Economics - High School

The first semester of this class will be American Government, and the second will be Economics.  Students and facilitators will work together to create a curriculum that addresses student interests and inquiries, as well as all topics in a UC-approved syllabus.  We will work on political and economic analysis, critical thinking, and communication skills.  If there is interest, we will travel to Sacramento, Washington DC, Chicago, or New York City to increase our learning.  (Additional cost for travel.)

American History - High School

This comprehensive American History class will cover all topics in a UC-approved American History course.  In addition, students and facilitators will create a curriculum that includes deep dives into those topics and time periods of American History that students find most intriguing.  The class will include the acquisition of knowledge as well as critical thinking, communication skills, and affecting American history now as it takes place.

World History / OER Project - High School

Brought to you by the folks at Big History Project, this course runs much the same way.  Starting with evidence, students connect the people and events of history to understand the problems of today. Get ready for an adventure that starts in 1750, and makes historians of us all.

Shakespearience! - Middle and High School

Experience Shakespeare through deep dives into text and performance opportunities, including the San Diego Student Shakespeare Festival and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.

Finding Your Passion:  Project Wayfinder - High School

Project Wayfinder is a curriculum designed at Stanford to help students find their path.  During this course, students will look at their interests, passions, and place in the world.  They will learn to guide their own learning journeys, through high school and beyond.

Worldschooling Opportunities - High School

This is a six-week course which culminates in a travel experience.  Both the study and the location will be created based on student interests.  Some possibilities include:  American Government in Washington DC, Art Study in Europe, Science Projects in Latin America.

Teen Yoga - Middle and High School

Teen yoga classes will include postures, breath, Indian folklore, as well as anatomy and physiology.  Jill is a certified Iyengar yoga teacher with 25 years of experience teaching yoga to all ages.

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