There are at least 25 reasons why this curriculum is what your children (or grandchildren) need . . . starting today.
Reason #1: This curriculum helps you to equip your children to build their lives with knowledge, skills and character. All of the other reasons are secondary to this one.
Reason #2: Students begin writing weekly essays in the fourth grade. They do this for nine years. They master the unique lifetime skill of effective writing.
Reason #3: It is self-taught, grades 4-12: math, biology, physics, chemistry — everything.
Reason #4: Students or parents help each other on the courses’ forums.
Reason #5: Daily video lessons — exclusive to TGC (not on YouTube). Here’s why your child needs a video-centric curriculum. (Why The Good Curriculum use daily videos?)
Reason #6: There are no textbooks to buy — even in math and science courses, except a few copyrighted books in the higher grades.
Reason #7: Students read original sources in history and government courses.
Reason #8: There is a weekly review lesson in every course for much higher memory retention rates.
Reason #9: In most of the high school courses, college professors or Ph.D’s teach.
Reason #10: There are three high school tracks: humanities, math/natural science, and business.
Reason #11: The high school has two years of Western civilization — unique. (Most have only one year.)
Reason #12: The high school has two years of Western literature — unique. (They parallel the Western Civ. courses for better understanding of both history and literature.).
Reason #13: The American history course and the American literature course are also parallel for better understanding of both — unique.
Reason #14: The high school has two year-long courses on starting a home business.
Reason #15: The high school has a full-year course on public speaking.
Reason #16: The high school has a year’s course on personal finances for teens.
Reason #17: The curriculum is academically rigorous.
Reason #18: There is no “busy work.”
Reason #19: The curriculum teaches critical thinking.
Reason #20: There is a weekly essay in each non-math course.
Reason #21: The curriculum teaches the use of powerful digital communications tools.
Reason #22: The curriculum costs about NT$40.00 a day — less per child, if you sign up more than one child.
Reason #23: You pay less per student than a parent-intensive curriculum costs.
Reason #24: There are free trial lessons for each course. See for yourself how video instruction works.
Reason #25: Everything comes with a 100% money-back guarantee.
Bonus: The free Academic Basic Course (ABC). This course is like nothing else in the homeschooling community. Students are taught how to master new information. They will learn a crucial technique that empowers students who lack self-confidence. The technique is called the “flypaper memory.” This technique gives them a permanent edge, for the rest of their lives. Your child can take this course for free.
If your child is too young, you can take the Academic Basic Course (ABC) on study habits and techniques to help your child develop these skills. This is a free bonus. It will have a lasting positive effect on your child.
You can also “test drive” the first five lessons of each course for free. See for yourself the high quality of the instruction.
If you aren’t ready for your children to commit to our curriculum today, you should at least sign up for the Free Homeschooling Tips of the Week. It will help you with your teaching.