Multi-Cultural Studies for Homeschool iHomeschool Hangout & Podcast


multi-cultural studies for homeschoolers with Kim Vij • iHomeschool Hangout

Why should homeschoolers include multi-cultural studies? And what are the best resources for doing that? Special guest Kim Vij shares her favorite sites, Pinterest tips, and community involvement ideas that will enrich your homeschool experience with the wonder of other cultures.

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Jimmie Quick

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Jimmie Quick , co-founder and current owner of iHomeschool Network, is a freelancer, entrepreneur, and veteran homeschool mom. Jimmie’s background is in education (BA in English and a MS in education). It was after seven years of teaching middle school language arts in public schools that she began homeschooling her daughter Emma when she was a Kindergartner. Emma is currently a senior at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, IL.

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