We Answered Your Questions About Learning Pods (Video + PDF)

Your frequently asked questions about learning pods answered

Learning pods are small in-person groups created by families to have their children learn together in a controlled environment. Learning Pods can follow the curriculum of a child’s virtual public school or follow a custom curriculum established by the parents or teacher running the pod. We asked Homeschool Roomies members their Learning Pod questions, and then asked our expert to answer them… 

Click the video below to learn more about setting up learning pods from Susan Moldow, who has over 20 years of experience teaching students and helms two Master’s Degrees.

Click here to download the Learning Pods presentation seen in this video.

Your host: Susan Moldow has more than 20 years of experience teaching and empowering students in reading, math, writing and study skills. A graduate of Cornell University (B.S.), the University of Maryland (M.Ed.), and Florida Atlantic University (M.A. in English) as well as a current student pursuing her PhD, Susan is passionate about helping her students and being a student. She has worked with students throughout the country and internationally to help students to improve their test scores. Susan Moldow founded her own educational consulting business in 2001 and has become one of South Florida’s most effective consultants for SAT, ACT, college applications, GRE, and SSAT/ISEE preparation. Susan is brought to us today by the tutoring agency Cender Scholars.

Moderated by: Randi Zucker founder of HomeschoolRoomies.com, your simple homeschooling social network to connect with parents and find resources. HomeschoolRoomies.com, hello@homeschoolroomies.com.

If you’re interested in small in person or virtual pods or one-on-one instruction, please contact Erica Cender at Cender Scholars. 561-212-6926, www.CenderScholars.com

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