5 Habits of Highly Successful Homeschoolers

The 5 Habits of Highly Successful Homeschoolers - 

There are many types of homeschooling, and each family ideally individualizes what is needed for each child. But there are 5 habits that are simply essential if you want your kids to get a truly excellent education. These habits are used by people from many different styles of homeschooling, and without them any homeschool struggles. Learn what they are and how to apply them in this exciting mini-seminar! These 5 Habits will revolutionize the quality of your homeschool, making it both easier and much more effective.

More about Rachel and Oliver DeMille:

Oliver and Rachel DeMille are the founders of the highly acclaimed Thomas Jefferson Education ("TJEd") model of learning. They are the parents of five daughters and three sons. The DeMilles’ insights are informed not only by dealing with the unique needs, learning styles and gifts in their own home, but through their experience in mentoring and consulting with schools and families on virtually every level, and around the world. Oliver is a New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today Bestselling Author and a popular keynote speaker at corporate and educational events. He is also the presenter of the online educational series Mentoring in the Classics. Rachel is on a mission to heal families, inspire others to detect, refine and unleash their genius and anxiously awaiting more grandbabies. Rachel is the creator and editor of Homeschool.com's 2013 Best Curriculum award-winning This Week in History. http://www.tjed.org

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Julie C says

How can I share this talk? Is there a way outside of having them join HECOA?

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    HECOA says

    Yes – I needed to change the free featured weekly video page anyway so this one is GREAT!  This video will be available for one week as a freebie, then they will need to register if they want to watch more of them.  Here is the link to our featured weekly video page, again each week we pull one video from our archives so that people can see the quality of the speakers and presentations:  http://hecoa.com/featured-training

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