Creating a Humanitarian Homeschool

This workshop was taught in the 2015 Not Back to School Summit - REGISTER HERE for FREE live access to our next summit!

You may have noticed that the world is changing, and families are ready to do something different and bigger for their homeschool. After a life-altering trip to Kenya, Africa, a few homeschool moms decided that creating a families mentoring families program was in order! Come learn about how you can prepare your family this year for incredible humanitarian trips. Learn ways to raise funds so you can go!

More about Heidi Totten:

Heidi Totten is the owner of Heidi Totten Consulting and a serial entrepreneur, but her main role is homeschooling her two children, ages 8 and 11. She first felt the pull to homeschool when her son was born, but in 2007 helped start a charter school where her children attended for a couple of years until the pull was too strong. They began their homeschool journey in early 2012 and haven't looked back.,

More presentations we have in our archives by Heidi Totten:

More for our members on field trips:

At HECOA, we LOVE field trips!  They are a great way to enhance your academic content and they really help kids to get hands-on experiences to extend the learner to much deeper levels.  We have articles as well as recorded webinars on field trips, and we have TWO amazing field trips scheduled at the national level for 2016 - one is to Yellowstone National Park in June 2016, and the other is to Washington D.C. in September!


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Shandra Saunders says

I'm hoping Heidi Totten has videos like this on facebook, so I can share with facebook friends.

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