Presentation by Audrey Rindlisbacher
Years ago, when Audrey set out to get a liberal arts education, she asked what study skills she'd need to be successful. When no one had the answer, she determined to figure them out for herself. What she found were insights that helped her understand how to read and write in transformational ways! Now, almost 15 years later she has taught those skills to thousands of individuals of all ages- through college courses, homeschool co-ops, workshops, online classes and articles she has written. Come learn the simple skills that turn a mediocre education into a life-changing one!
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Audrey Rindlisbacher has a classical liberal arts Bachelor's Degree and is currently pursuing a Master's of Arts in Education from Harrison Middleton University. She teaches study skills and literature at GWU. In addition to founding the Ten Boom Institute, Audrey has served on multiple boards for various organizations. She loves sharing her experiences in educating herself and her 6 children on radio and at seminars, rallies and conventions. Her current passions are running the Ten Boom Institute's FREE Video Blog- with hundreds of book reviews, helps for finding and applying principles, reading tips and great book excerpts- and launching the "Enlightened Minds Mentored Lifelong Learning" Program. www.tenboominstitute.com