Category Archives for Spring E Conference 2015

Strategies for Implementing Effective Leadership in Teens

This workshop was part of our Monthly Speaker Series. July 2016 Speaker Ian CoxWednesday – July 13th at 12pm Pacific Time (1p Mountain / 2p Central / 3p Eastern)”Strategies for Implementing Effective Leadership in Teens”What is the grand purpose of education? How will getting a leadership education, or reading a bunch of books, actually help your teens […]

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Leadership Education for Teens 2.0

This workshop was taught in the 2015 Not Back to School Summit – REGISTER HERE for FREE live access to our next summit! Ian shared Leadership Education for Teens at our June e-conference. Now he’s taking it further with 2.0 – introducing the key principles of falling in love with learning, whatever your age and background, and […]

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How to Mentor Your Children

How to Be a Better Educational Example to Your Children Presentation by Greg and Rachel Denning We all feel the need to be a better educational example to our kids — there’s a level of excellence we want them to obtain, and we know that they’d be more inspired to reach for it if we […]

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Symbols of Language

The Symbols of Language Presentation by Tresta Kay Neil When teaching Language do you include body language and eye contact and listening skills?  When teaching grammar and writing to our children do you include the symbols of language?   Bookmark

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Math Anxiety – End the Math Struggle

Math Anxiety – Tools and Tips to End the Math Struggle Presentation by Alesia Blackwood Math can be a subject that instills fear in children and parents alike. Learn how to end the tears. End the struggle. And end the Anxiety. Bookmark

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Teaching Science and the Unbreakable Bubble

The Unbreakable Bubble: Fostering Scientific Discovery Presentation by Dr. Rebecca Keller  Can you put your finger through a bubble… without causing it to burst?  Learn to enter your child’s natural inquisitive world, without bursting their bubble.  Children are born observers, asking why and how… turning objects over and inside out… taking things apart. However, many […]

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What is Common Core and How Does it Affect Homeschooling

Common Core: What it is and how it affects homeschooling  Presentation by Tina Hollenbeck You have very likely heard something about this thing called “common core” over the past few years. Maybe you’ve wondered about it as a curious taxpayer, or you’ve spoken with friends whose kids are impacted by it via the schools they […]

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Awesome life design for teens

How to live an Awesome-Sauce Life  Presentation by Greg Denning Lifestyle design for teens. How to create a life filled with love, adventure and meaning, from a former lonely, homeless teen to world-traveling (happily married) father of six.  Greg Denning is a popular speaker and teen mentor, don’t miss this one!Bookmark

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Top 10 Ways to Engage Students in Writing

Top 10 Ways to Engage Students in Writing at Every Grade Level!  Presentation by Steven Spivey One of the toughest subjects for a homeschool parent to teach is writing. In this action packed, interactive workshop, Steven will give you hands-on proven techniques for teaching writing that you can immediately implement to make a difference in your […]

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Leadership Education for Teens

Leadership Education for Teens  Presentation by Ian Cox Ian will share his experiences and his unique perspective as one who has implemented the popular leadership model of education in his life – TJEd, or Thomas Jefferson Education.  If you are a teen who wants to take control of your education but are not sure how […]

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