Here are 3 practical ways to teach Human Development in homeschool high school.
3 Practical Ways to Teach Human Development in Homeschool High School
What is Human Development? It is the study of the way humans grow and change from conception to old age. Human Development looks at these changes through:
- Physical changes
- Cognitive changes
- Social/emotional changes
Why is this important?
- Teens need to understand themselves, their families and the people they will meet in their future.
- It looks great on a homeschool transcript!
What are some practical ways to teach Human Development in homeschool high school?
Practical method for teaching Human Development #1:
Just get it done!
For teens who prefer to simply read a text and complete questions and tests, everything is right there in 7Sisters’ Human Development from a Christian Worldview– and is fully editable so that teen can do all their work right on their computer. Tests and Answer Key are part of the price of the text but downloaded separately so that mom can keep track of them. (For teens who are leveling-up to honors level for collage-attractiveness, there is a list of fun and fascinating activities to choose from to accomplish that important goal.)
Practical method for teaching Human Development #2:
For teens (or co-ops) that love to have some extra sparkle in their studies, homeschool moms can use the wonderful ideas from Lesson Plans for Human Development. Lesson Plans contain objectives and activities for each chapter of the text. Makes the text even more fun!
Plus, look for even more fun activities on our Human Development Pinterest boards:
- 7Sisters Homeschool Pinterest board on Human Development
- Vicki Tillmans Pinterest board on Human Development
Practical method for teaching Human Development #3:
Take some tips on teaching Human Development from homeschool families who have already completed the text.
Want more ideas and information about Human Development? Check this delightful discussion with Sabrina.