Category Archives for Spring E Conference 2015

Be the CEO of your business and homeschool

Presentation by Heidi Totten  Homeschool on Fire!  Just managing a homeschool can be challenging, but throw in running a business or working from home and it is enough to drive any woman crazy! This class is for people who are struggling with that balance! Bookmark

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Learning to Communicate Through Improvisation and Play

Lighten Up!  Learning to Communicate through Improvisation and Play  Presentation by Shelby Smith Are you ready for some new ideas? Some new ways to add fresh, fun energy to your home? To add variety to your school days, at no cost but with big benefits? Bookmark

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Customized Targeted Learning

Presentation by Donna Vail  Do you have a child who never seems to want to do his academics but is lit up with his own topic of interest? Are you worried you’re not covering it all or that your child will suddenly reach high school and not have what he needs? Bookmark

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Burnout Prevention for Moms

Presentation by Donna Vail  Are you exhausted and ready to throw in the towel? Has your homeschool experience lived up to your vision? Do you feel like you lost the sprint but are facing a marathon? This is common in homeschooling yet something we’re typically not warned about or taught how to manage. Bookmark

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Homeschooling -The Environment for Genius

Presentation by Diana Waring and Dr. Jay Wile  In 1957, psychologist Dr. Harold McCurdy investigated the lives of twenty geniuses like John Stuart Mill, John Quincy Adams, and Blaise Pascal. He wanted to find out if there was something about their childhoods that made them become geniuses.  In the end, he found three things that […]

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How to Love History While You Learn It

Presentation by Diana Waring  For so many people, the study of history is just a bunch of names, dates and places. But history is so much more interesting than that.  Bookmark

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Quitting is Not an Option

Quitting is Not an Option: How to be a Homeschool “Lifer” Upcoming Presentation by Tina Hollenbeck  Homeschooling isn’t for wimps. It’s a tiring, time-consuming, 24/7/365 deal for 12 or 20 or 30+ years, depending on the number of children with which one has been blessed. We want the very best for our kids, but we […]

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The Spark Station

Presentation by Mary Ann Johnson  For parents, keeping their children inspired can sometimes be a daunting task. Coming up with ideas or even seeing what their children are already interested in can be a challenge. Bookmark

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Teens – Being Positive May be Easier Than You Think

Being Positive May Be Easier Than We Think – For teens and their parents Presentation by Dr. Sanford Danziger  This eye-opening workshop allows people to see that we can influence and control our attitudes and emotions—much more than we may have realized. It is fast-paced, entertaining, humorous—and very interactive.  Bookmark

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But What About Grammar?

Presentation by Andrew Pudewa  Knowing how to teach grammar is especially challenging for the parent who doesn’t feel confident in his or her own grammar proficiency. Grammar programs often consist of piles of workbooks, wasted dollars, and way too much time spent trying to fulfill that subject. Often what is taught in those workbook pages […]

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