What people are saying

Cathy Duffy

Top Curriculum Reviewer, creator of CathyDuffyReviews.com, and author of 100 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum

"Both Jackson and Noorlander approach topics by often presenting opposing viewpoints, without revealing their bias toward either one... These online courses are laid out in a step-by-step fashion that is easy to follow. That’s important in this case because these complex courses have a number of elements: text, images, videos, vocabulary words, quizzes, documents, and assignments... The course material without the document lessons is excellent, but the document lessons are so worthwhile that I would urge you to try to use them... Normally, I would be hesitant to write a review of a product this new with only one complete course available, but I was so impressed that I wanted to let you know about it as soon as possible... This course should appeal to anyone who wants students to both learn history and learn how to evaluate historical information. And that type of learning is useful in many other arenas, including current events. On top of that, the course design is perfect for today’s students with its mix of video, audio, text, and written work."

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Thomas E. Woods, Jr.

New York Times best-selling author, host of The Tom Woods Show, Ph.D. in History (Columbia)

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"[The Nomadic Professor] has such a fascinating story, and I think we can all agree that the educational system needs more open-minded individuals like this. His courses are amazing."

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Brian Storrs

Associate Principal, Salem-Keizer Public Schools (Oregon)

"Having taught Social Studies for over a decade, this curriculum really spoke to me. I would have loved to have this when I was scrambling to build my own curriculum every year. Engaging multimedia content, accessible activities, and so many built-in scaffolds. The Nomadic Professor material is truly comprehensive and will reach the edges of the classroom—supports for struggling students and rigorous content for the more advanced. I especially loved the meaningful integration with ELA skills and standards! This is exactly what is missing from so many History textbooks. I would highly recommend the Nomadic Professor."

D. L. Noorlander

Associate Professor of History, SUNY-Oneonta

"I've been teaching early American history for a long time, and in my classes I've tried a lot of different books and online resources. The Nomadic Professor is different from anything I've come across. It's valuable not just for the written overview of events, which is as good as any textbook, but for so much more: the guided notes, printable flash cards, quizzes, and of course the filmed document lessons and on-site mini-lectures. Dr. Jackson and his team did an incredible amount of work to make this a serious learning experience for homeschoolers and adult learners alike. I can't recommend the course enough."