We have purchased the Physic 101 and understand the target date is the second week in August - our classes begin August 11 - we were wondering if there is a chance that it may be shipped prior to that date or if the Guidebook may be accessed prior to that date. Thank you.Sue Pillow
Hello Sue,We expect the DVDs to be in our hands the first or second week of August.It is possible you could receive your copy before the 11th.They will be shipped out post haste when we get them! If you send me your email address, Wes will send you a copy of the pdf for your class.I will not publish your address.Thank you for your interest in The 101 Series!
Hi,Will the physics 101 have recommendations for a lab (in pdf materials?), if we choose to do a lab?thanks!
Wow! This is Aug 3rd and the physics 101 videos arrived several days ago. I have reviewed several of the lessons and as expected am very pleased. Another home run from Wes and family! As a science guy myself I can appreciate how well Wes condenses the vast amount of material within the realm of physics into a nice neat package geared for the new learner. Wes created a great first course in physics with great connections to our creator. I highly recommend this entire series to homeschoolers. However, it is a great overview for adults who want to gain a fundamental knowledge of the sciences and relate it to creation and our creator.Norm Christopherson M.Ed
Thank you for your kind words Norm. Glad you think we hit a home run on Physics 101. Thank you for your recommendation. And in answer to LABS in Physics 101,there are over 40 hours of potential lab work given in the Accreditation Booklet pdf. If you have any other questions, please feel free to call us at 1.800.898.3213
You guys are awesome!!!!!Thanks from the Bryant family on Maui all 11 of us. Have there been updates on chemOr biology?
Thank you Bryant Family! We have made a few updates on the Guidebook and Course Booklet since the beginning, but the DVDs are all still the same!
Hi... I was wondering if you can give me an idea of how many days a week to expect to do this... and how long per day? What would a "typical" week look like? Also... what is the accreditation book? Is there a teacher guide with answers? I have never heard of this series before, but I am excited about what I have seen!
Hi Carrie! Thank you for your questions.Each mom/teacher will be different in their approach and expectations, so there is much flexibility. There is no Teacher’s Guide. The answers to the quizzes are in the back of the Guidebook. Here is a sample copy:http://www.the101series.com/chem/sampleguidebook.pdfThe Accreditation Booklet for each of our DVD courses was created for those moms/teachers who want their student to clock in around 130 hours of work/study to equal one credit. If you follow the Accreditation Booklet exactly, the student will average 4-5 days a week at around 45 minutes to an hour a day. Here is a link to a sample copy of the Chemistry 101 Booklet so you can get an idea of what it looks like: http://www.the101series.com/chem/sampleprogram.pdfIf you have questions, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 208.935.8374
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