Meet Janice Campbell

Author Since: 2009-10-14 14:47:56

Janice Campbell is a lifelong learner, writer, and conference speaker who has enjoyed homeschooling since the late 1980’s. She and her husband, Donald, have seen the benefits of home education in the lives of their four sons, and she takes joy in sharing what she has learned with others. Through her website, Everyday-Education.com, Janice offers inspiration, information, and resources for writing and homeschooling through the teen years, with a focus on making the most of the teen years through early college or home business.

Janice graduated cum laude from Mary Baldwin College with a B.A. in English. She is author of Transcripts Made Easy: Your Friendly Guide to High School Paperwork, Get a Jump Start on College! A Practical Guide for Teens, and Excellence in Literature: Reading and Writing Through the Classics, a five year literature program for grades 8-12; editor of The Virginia Homeschool Manual; and creator of the Beat-the-Clock Essay Workshop™, an innovative one-day workshop that prepares students for the SAT and other timed essays. Her website, Everyday-Education.com, offers information, resources, inspiration, and a free e-newsletter.
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Janice Campbell's Articles:

Get a Jump Start on Life! Early College Boosts Opportunity for Homeschooled Teens

The most compelling benefits of earning college credit during high school include increased credibility for the homeschool transcript and a dramatic savings in the time and money needed to obtain a college degree.

7 Reasons to Homeschool Through High School

Is homeschooling through high school worth while? Here are seven reasons we thought it was!

Make the Most of Your Next Homeschool Convention

Conventions can be overwhelming! Here are a few tips to help you make the most of your convention experience.

Curriculum Review: Dynamic Literacy’s WordBuild

I often recommend roots-based vocabulary programs, but now I’ve found an alternate program that’s user-friendly, highly effective, and fun.

From Homeschool Into College: Does it Work?

Homeschoolers have blazed trails in elementary and secondary education, and they are now earning early college credit. How is that working?

Book Review: Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner by Kathy Kuhl

Nothing beats advice from families who live with struggling learners. In this remarkable book, Kathy Kuhl tells the stories of 64 families with struggling learners.