If you’re keeping homeschool records, it’s essential to do it correctly. There are many things to consider when tracking your child’s education, and there are specific steps you need to take to make sure everything is documented correctly.
What should I know about this?
One of the most important things to consider when keeping records is what type of documentation you need. You should keep four main types of records: daily logs, portfolios, transcripts, and test results. Each has a different purpose and provides additional information about your child’s homeschooling experience.
Daily logs are perhaps the most critical type of record to keep. They document what was accomplished each day and provide an overview of your child’s homeschooling progress. Portfolios are another essential type of record keeping; they provide more detailed information about specific assignments and projects.
We hope this information has been useful to you.