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First things first

Let’s get started today!

The resources below will be your companions as you move through each of the following steps. Make sure to take some time to read through them and get acquainted with Alveary. Make sure you have these documents handy before moving on!

1. Member Tutorial

Gives you a practical guide on Mason's methods, a bird's-eye view of how subjects progress through the forms, and tips on getting started. Read pp. 1-34 before moving on.

2. Reflective Practice Plan Book

Contains insightful questions and exercises to help you be the best teacher you can be. Read the opening section up to Term 1 as soon as possible!

First things first
Before you start

The Member Tutorial and Reflective Practice Plan Book will be your companions as you move through each of the following steps. Make sure to take some time to read through them and get acquainted with Charlotte Mason’s methods and Alveary.

Step 1: Courses & Books

Select courses and buy books

On the right, you’ll find our programs by grade. Please select the grades your student(s) is/are in to see which courses are available.

Then, decide which courses you want to schedule for your student and select the books you need to buy to teach them.

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Step 1: Select courses and books

The first step in starting Alveary is selecting the courses you want to teach your students. Find the grades your student(s) is/are in. Decide which courses you want them to follow and buy the books needed.

Step 2: Teaching schedule

Set up your teaching schedule

Now it's time to finish your teaching schedule. You can create your schedule using our printable sample schedules on the right or digital tools to plan your days.

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Step 2: Create your teaching schedule

The second step in Alveary is setting up your teaching schedule. Decide which courses you’ll teach on which days and create your schedule accordingly.

Step 3: Supplies

Get the supplies you need

Now that you’ve chosen your courses and set up your schedule, it’s time to order the supplies needed to teach the courses.

On the right, you’ll find our supply list per grade. Order the supplies for each course you’ll teach.

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Step 3: Buy the supplies

After setting up your schedule, you can go ahead and buy the necessary supplies in order to teach the courses.

Step 4: Lesson plans

Read the lesson plans

Our lesson plans inform you how to teach the courses and use the books and supplies that go along with them.

On the right, you’ll find our lesson plans by grade. Find the lesson plan for each course you’ll teach and customize them if necessary.

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Step 4: Prepare your lessons

Our lesson plans inform you how to teach the courses and how to use the books and supplies that go along with them.

Step 5: End-of-term exams

Evaluate the term

After finishing a term, spend one week giving exams. Then, take a week’s break from school and use our Reflective Practice Plan Book to help yourself grow as a teacher, reflecting on and assessing your students’ growth and future needs.

Read the instructions at the beginning of the document before administering and then choose exams by subject or day.

Exams are posted around the end of each term.

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Step 5: Evaluate the term

An average school year consists of 3 eleven-week terms. After each term, there is one week of exams. 

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