3 Simple-But Significant-Steps to Transform Your Homeschooling Journey, Laura Macfarlan
No one understands a homeschool mom like someone who is walking the same path, Laura Macfarlan wants to introduce you to “M.U.M. 3D”, a simple framework that helps women commit to supporting and nurturing one another in intentional, authentic relationships with others who share their passion and calling. Stop feeling overwhelmed and isolated by the demands of home education, “M.U.M. 3D” can be tailored to your needs.
Home Education in the High School Years, Rosemary Laberee
Covering the importance of developing a four year plan, Rosemary discusses why careful planning during the high school years is necessary for success after graduation, and how to keep track of it all. Preparing transcripts, deciding on a college and applying for financial aid will be examined.
By the Grace of God, Lee Giles
We can let our choices be enough, when made with the right goals in mind. We can trust God to take care of our children and to bring them into His best for them.
Write the WORD, Laura Macfarlan
Instill a passion for the Word of God in your children by encouraging them to write the Word. Come learn how to choose what they should write: ensuring passages that are grade-appropriate and incorporate ideal letter combinations for handwriting mastery. Manually writing subject material is a way to enhance learning and retention, so lets have them write the Word!
The Most Important Subject that You (Probably) Aren’t Teaching, Jeffrey D. Hoffmann, Esq.
This seminar will cover the significance of critical thinking and higher order thinking in a Social Media world filled with deceptive news aimed at the political left and right, the Socratic Method as a teaching and critical thinking tool, college level research tips that can be implemented starting in grade school, and will be discussing confirmation bias and how it impacts our view of the world.
My Child Can’t Read, Is It Dyslexia? Patricia Vanaman
Certified Barton Tutor and Dyslexia consultant, Patricia Vanaman, spells out the signs to look for when determining whether or not your child may be struggling with dyslexia. Common misconceptions associated with the learning disorder will be discussed as well as what the next steps that parents can take if they think their child might have dyslexia.
Drowning Prevention, Amanda Pope
In this session we will be discussing the three major times drownings happen and preventative measures that can be taken to avoid drownings. Learning to understand the types of drownings by severity and water safety activities that parents can do with their kids will be offered as well as a time for questions at the end.
The Homeschool Graduates Survival Guide, Jeffrey D. Hoffmann, Esq.
As someone who homeschooled through high school, went to college, and law school, became wildly familiar with the student loan and financial aid process, and then with the repayment process and options. This talk covers the process of transitioning from high school to college, the real world realities associated with financial aid and the student loan process, the repayment options and the considerations that every parent and every student need to take into consideration when deciding what path makes the most sense.
Mary Heart + Martha Home = Peace & Joy , Laura Macfarlan
When the word home is mentioned, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Most of us long for responses lie: love, refuge, safety, security, acceptance. The Martha in us would add: organized, clean, tidy, healthy. Our honest answers might include: Chaotic, cluttered, crazy. After 20 years as a home educator, Laura Macfarlan understands the struggle of Mary hearts living in a Martha world. She shares insights on managing home and hearth well, creating a peaceful, joyful environment in which to raise our families.