NO, but I think I could manage it. It may take a little creative thinking, but it could work.
Yup. I did it last year, and will be again most likely next year. It was a lot more organizing and time managing, but doable.
I'm currently working to complete my grad degree while homeschooling my kiddos.
I incorporated an extremely organized schedule rotating between online and on campus courses. When I need to be at class, my husbands works with my schedule the best he can to accommodate my demands. Online courses are much more difficult (despite the stigma) because it requires me to learn completely independently.
Is it challenging? Yes. However, it can be done, and done well. I'm still maintaining a 4.0 cumulative G.P.A.
Quoting rsrangel:I'm in school now fulltime plus a fulltime internship as a laboratory science major, 4 kids under age 8, homeschool 2. It's possible but tough. The hardest part is always having care for them when I need it....which is every day right now. Good luck!
I am doing it. It's not hard I have a third grader the hard part is that now I have a 3 month old.
I haven't but there are some in this group who have and are, doing that. :)
I am almost finished with my master's degree and homeschool my littles. I am getting it through University of Cincinnati's online program though so I just do it all at night once the kids are in bed. I don't know how I would have done it when I was doing my undergrad but I would say that scheduling is key. I did have 2 very small children that were 16 months apart so I figure if that can be worked around homeschooling could too! LOL Good luck
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