Courses

 

Microsoft Word

Learners enrolled in this 8 week course will learn the features of Microsoft Word to create personal and professional documents. This course will also prepare students to take the Microsoft Office Specialist exam. This course will be a live class with hands-on learning activities, homework and self-guided learning activities.

 

Ideal for basic users of Microsoft Word in grades 6-12.

rule like a king: queens of africa

In this 4 week course, students will learn about brilliant, fearless Queens of Africa.  Students will learn about 1-2 queens per week.

 

 Ideal for students in grades 3-8. 

Personal Organization and Development

(FLEX)

Learners enrolled in this 8 week FLEX course will learn how to:


-set personal and professional goals

-create a vision board

-create a resume

-create an eportfolio

-create and use a (digital) planner 

-create a budget

-Use OneNote notebook

 Students participate in hands-on activities in the virtual classroom including watching recorded videos, participating in group discussions, making presentations, and creating documents. They will be introduced to a variety of technology tools including Microsoft Office. THERE ARE NO LIVE GROUP LESSONS. However, students will participate in office hours to meet with the teacher individually and get feedback on assignments.  Ideal for students in grades 9-12 as preparation for post high school work or school. 

Microsoft Powerpoint

Learners enrolled in this 8 week course will learn the features of Microsoft PowerPoint to create professional presentations. This course will also prepare students to take the Microsoft Office Specialist exam. The course will be a live class with hands-on learning activities and homework.

 

Ideal for basic users of Microsoft PowerPoint in grades 6-12.

Fix your crown: African Kings

In this 4 week course, students will learn about powerful, intellectual Kings of Africa.  Students will learn about 1-2 kings each week.

 

 Ideal for students in grades 3-8. 

Digital Citizenship (flex)

In this 9 week course students will learn and use the 9 elements of digital citizenship that outline appropriate technology use.  This course is a *FLEX* course. Students participate in hands-on activities in the virtual classroom including watching recorded videos, making presentations, completing assignments and responding to discussions. THERE ARE NO LIVE GROUP LESSONS.

 

Students will participate in office hours to meet with the teacher individually and get feedback on assignments.  Ideal for students in grades 3-8.

Creative Writing (FLEX)

This 8 week course offers an opportunity for students to analyze a diverse selection of literature as well as to develop extensively their own creative writing talents. Students are required to write a play, a selection of various styles of poetry, a short story, and other types of compositions. Emphasis is placed on the development of original ideas, mechanics, vocabulary, and writing styles.

 

This course is a FLEX course. All assignments are completed in a virtual classroom. THERE ARE NO LIVE GROUP LESSONS. However, students will join the teacher for office hours to discuss assignments individually and get feedback. Ideal for students in grades 9-12.

oh freedom! 

In this year long course, students will go through 38-weeks of U.S. History from the pre-colonial era where Native nations flourished through the present, where we’re grappling with the results of a complicated past.

Geography, writing and reading skills will be reinforced. Using Woke Homeschooling's Oh Freedom curriculum as well as many texts and novels, students will learn history through the eyes of Native Americans, African Americans and immigrants.

 Ideal for students in grades 3-8.

ELA (Full Year Course)

In this year long course, students will learn key reading foundation skills, language, spelling, speaking,  listening and writing skills. 

 

Using various novels (that center Black culture), Writeshop Junior level E/F , Kamali Grammar, and other teacher-made resources, students will become proficient at comprehending and analyzing fiction and non-fiction texts, composing various writing pieces,  evaluating literature, using conventions of standard English appropriately, understanding vocabulary and more!

Upon course enrollment, students will receive an email with the syllabus and login details. Ideal for students in grades 3-6. Students must be reading at third grade level. *Please contact us with questions or a guide to reading levels before registering.*

 

*Note: Courses must have at least 4 students enrolled to run. If the minimum is not met at least 7 days prior to course start date, enrolled learners will receive a full refund.