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    Default Anyone done the registration for Queensland?

    I am going to register, but have no idea where to start with the planning for a year and the report process.

    If you have done it, how did you do it?

    I know what subjects I want to cover, but not sure how to do a plan for a whole year.

    Any help with this would be great.
    I have already been in touch with HEU and they are sending me an application pack and some information to do with it all.

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    Tania

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    I've not registered as yet but am planning to in 2012. Your first step was right to contact HEU, their website also has lots of good info on it as a starting point. You can also look at HEU website and they have a getting started pack http://www.hea.edu.au plus you can look at the national curriculum http://www.australiancurriculum.edu.au/ plus also the Qld Studies Authority http://www.qsa.qld.edu.au/574.html. Also Beverley Paine has great resources, here is the link to her website http://www.australianhomeschoolcurriculum.com/

    Plus there are lots of blogs, homeschooling forums which also outline other people's learning plans that have been approved by HEU.

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    I've not registered as yet but am planning to in 2012. Your first step was right to contact HEU, their website also has lots of good info on it as a starting point. You can also look at HEU website and they have a getting started pack http://www.hea.edu.au plus you can look at the national curriculum http://www.australiancurriculum.edu.au/ plus also the Qld Studies Authority http://www.qsa.qld.edu.au/574.html. Also Beverley Paine has great resources, here is the link to her website http://www.australianhomeschoolcurriculum.com/

    Plus there are lots of blogs, homeschooling forums which also outline other people's learning plans that have been approved by HEU.

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    Thanks for that.
    I have also joined rockpool forum.
    But I think I will wait till HEU are back and ring them.
    I have a basic plan outline, still fine tuning it.
    But some of the resources I would like to use for some of it, will be dependent on money too.
    We are living a bit tight at the moment.
    Where do you find resources to teach things about Australia?
    Since we are new to the country, I was thinking of covering the LOTE, SOSE and science on Australia.
    Learning some of the Aboriginal language, maps/states of Australia, iconic animals of Australia, what the money looks like, the time difference between states, that kind of thing.
    Any one have any suggestions or links?


 

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