Stand Alone Computerized Christian Curriculum?

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Victor Bailey
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Stand Alone Computerized Christian Curriculum?

Postby Victor Bailey » Tue Sep 29, 2015 5:22 pm

I am looking for a good stand alone computerized curriculum for my son who is starting the 7th grade. I used S.O.S from AOP with my older son when he was in high school from 2001 to 2003. It worked okay I guess, but there were a lot of glitches and it felt very windows 95-ish. Even though I found it to be very innovative and useful for parents like me that have a full-time job and can't be right there all the time, I felt it needed a lot of improvement interface wise. I did like the lesson planning and the ability to adjust the school dates to my needs. If they have modernized and improved S.O.S, I might consider it, but I need to hear from people that are using the modern version before forking out the money just to try it out.

Aside from S.O.S, are there any other good stand alone computerized curriculum out there?
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BJU Press Distance Learning

Postby pacew » Wed Oct 28, 2015 9:00 am

Have you looked at BJU Press Distance Learning? You can do online or DVD. The online grades most things on test and quizzes. It is very good and teaches creative thinking. It has made a huge difference for us.
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Re: BJU Press Distance Learning

Postby Victor Bailey » Wed Oct 28, 2015 10:10 am

pacew wrote:Have you looked at BJU Press Distance Learning? You can do online or DVD. The online grades most things on test and quizzes. It is very good and teaches creative thinking. It has made a huge difference for us.



Thanks for the reply. BJU Press Distance Learning looks interesting. I will check it out.
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