I am familiar with Abeka. I think it depends on a lot though. I don't stick to a rigid and strict nose to the books type of lesson plan. I do my best to make it fun and interesting. it's not always great, but the kids don't complain and they seem to do well.
That may be true. Say it's math and my kids miss a math problem, I have them redo it and find where they went wrong. If they still miss it I do the math myself to be sure the answer key is right, and then we just walk through the problem to be sure they understand. I have come across so many incorrect answers in the answer keys. You cannot trust them really.
Lol, I started the last month of '17, so it's more like 4 years. But, yeah, I've seen alot of changes. Seen alot of memers come and go. Dashopes was the one who helped me get started. Just stay positive, upvote and comment alot and people will get to know you. I like your username! 😁