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Rosetta Stone® Homeschool features a foreign language curriculum specially designed to provide homeschool students with a rich, fully interactive and engaging language-learning experience, while giving parents the tools and resources needed to manage student progress without extensive planning or supervision.
- What's included with the homeschool package?
- What languages do you offer with Rosetta Stone® Homeschool?
- On how many computers can I install Rosetta Stone® Homeschool?
- What ages or levels of education is the Rosetta Stone® solution appropriate for?
- As a parent considering using Rosetta Stone® software at home, how would I monitor my child's progress?
What's included with the homeschool package? Top
The Rosetta Stone® Homeschool Package includes our award winning language-learning software, a User's Guide that discusses the basics of the Rosetta Stone® program, a headset with microphone and Audio Companion™ to practice on your MP3 Player. Additionally Rosetta Stone® Homeschool includes a Parent's Guide that aids in lesson planning, tracking student progress, and effectively using Rosetta Stone® Homeschool Version 3 in a homeschool environment and a Supplemental Education Materials CD.
What languages do you offer with Rosetta Stone® Homeschool? Top
We currently offer 25 languages. See the full list.
On how many computers can I install Rosetta Stone® Homeschool? Top
You can install Rosetta Stone® on 2 computers for use by up to 5 people.
What ages or levels of education is the Rosetta Stone® solution appropriate for? Top
The Rosetta Stone® solution is the #1 foreign language curriculum among homeschoolers and has been used successfully with primary, secondary, and higher education students. Rosetta Stone® has won numerous awards from recognized homeschool organizations and publications.
As a parent considering using Rosetta Stone® software at home, how would
I monitor my child's progress? Top
Rosetta Stone® Homeschool includes Parent Administrative Tools to follow students' progress and access information regarding student performance. Parents can review completed exercises, test scores, and time spent learning with the program. Parents can also enroll their students in pre-defined curriculum paths, which have been developed to assist in lesson planning and in achieving learning objectives.