How do I know what kind of learner am i?
On the home page it describes how each type of learner understands things, but if you are still unsure there are websites with questionnaires that will help you know. Here is a link to one such website. http://www.educationplanner.org/students/self-assessments/learning-styles.shtml
How do i find the page for c.r.e.a.t.e. homeschoolers?
For what ever C.R.E.A.T.E. class your child is in, navigate to the subject that your child has. When on the specific subject page, simply click the picture of C.R.E.A.T.E. on the calk board and enter the password given to you.
How do I choose the right cirriculum?
With all decisions, use discernment. First find what style your student learns best from, then look at the reviews of the curriculum by seasoned home schoolers. In the review it should tell you what curriculum is best for your type of student. Examples of a seasoned home schooler reviewers are Cathy Duffy (author of 102 top picks for home school curriculum) or Donna Young, who does reviews and provides printable resources.
What is the difference between public school and home school?
Public school is the state provided education that makes up the school districts in your town. Home school is when a parent/guardian educates a child at home through a home school curriculum.
what subjects are availible on the website?
Currently US history, World History, and Algebra II are the only subjects with content on it. Due to being a fairly young website, not much content is available, but I will be putting up more materials for US History, Math, and other subjects soon.
What is the purpose of this website?
The purpose of this website is to give more tools to a student to learn. This website is to give information and help in the subjects posted. Anyone can use the tools and links I have put up, but I also have specific links for the C.R.E.A.T.E. home school classes I am teaching.
how can I know the accuracy of the information on the internet regarding subjects?
Like the famous phrase goes, you can't trust everything you read on the internet. Some good ways to make sure the information you are looking up, for your classes, is accurate is to look at the sources that are given. If a web page does not reference any sources, that is bad. The sources that are the most reliable usually end the URL in ".edu" and begin the URL with "https://" as compared to "http://". Data bases are good places to draw reliable information from. Encyclopedias are also very helpful. If you are too scared to use a paper version there are a lot of encyclopedias on the internet.
what CURRICULUM do you use?
Some of the curriculum that I have used BJU Press and Teaching textbooks