Brand New To T4L...question about "timer" and lesson plans
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    Default Brand New To T4L...question about "timer" and lesson plans


    I just signed my 1st grade son up with T4L. I was wondering if someone could explain to me hwt athe 15 minute timer is when he starts a lesson is for and how to determine what/how many lessons I would like him to complete each week. The "schedule" thing is VERY confusing to me.

    Thank you in advance!

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    Deetipton is offline Junior Member
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    Nov 2012


    I wanted to bump this up a bit because I am also unsure. We changed curriculum's from Pasco eSchool's Calvert Academy. Everything ran on a very specific (county) time clock. I got used to their structure, but I hated it!!! We were chained to our books. We LOVE T4L so far! I am trying to experiment, and figure out the best ways to get the most out of it for my kids. Any suggestions?

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    lovehmschlg is offline Forum Moderator
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    Hello to both of you. I'm sorry I don't know the answer to your question. We've been using T4L for over 4 years now, but we don't use the scheduler. My dd just goes from one lesson to the next. She does about 2 to 3 lessons per day.

    Here is a link that may be helpful to you of Hints & Help on using T4L. You will find a link on that page for the Activity Scheduler. That's a video which explains how to generate a plan/schedule for your student.

    If that link does not answer your questions, please don't hesitate to call T4L at (888) 771-0914. You'll find that the Support Team are very helpful and friendly. I know it's sometimes easier for me to speak with someone on the phone who can guide me through the process.

    I look forward to seeing more of you both around the forums.

    homeschooling 3 (high school and elementary)

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    shell0328 is offline Junior Member
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    Feb 2013


    I was also confused about the scheduler and the lesson plans, I also am wondering, since I am starting in the middle of the year how to keep him from having to repeat a lot of what they have already learned in class, although in a way I think that a review would be good for him.

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