Category Archives for Constitution

Show Up Politics: Getting Involved in the Political Process

This workshop was taught in the 2015 Not Back to School Summit – REGISTER HERE for FREE live access to our next summit!  Growing up, my parents would take me and my brothers along with them when they voted. I remember the old-fashioned lever voting machines in the booths. Seeing my parents engaged in the political […]

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Financial Freedom Creates Political Autonomy

Financial Freedom Creates Political Autonomy –  We will help you understand the banking system, money, and basic financial literacy.  Recognizing how wealth is created and what you can personally do to increase your own wealth with simple tools.  Know the difference between hard assets and paper (or electronic) money.  Learn how to change your thinking […]

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Cycles of History

The Cycles of History – History can seem boring if you don’t see the bigger picture.  This class will take you on a journey through American history and show you patterns that will clearly point to what is ahead.  While we look at a small piece of history for the sake of time, this pattern […]

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What is Leadership Education or TJed

What is TJEd/Leadership Education? –  You’ve heard of TJEd (Thomas Jefferson Education), which is experiencing major growth in the United States and internationally. In this workshop, Oliver DeMille addresses the 3 central ideas at the heart of TJEd and settling for nothing less than a truly great education. Knowing the 3 will increase the quality […]

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Revalue America

Education in America, Re-Value America –  As a homeschooler, you understand you don’t want to be part of the mainstream public education system.  Sometimes it is harder for our friends and family members to understand.  After all, most of us were educated in the public system.  This class will help give credibility to the decision […]

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What are the Cycles of History

Do your children understand that history has cycles?  From sociological patterns to patterns of war and peace, these cycles are not only interesting, but if you understand them you can help make changes for the better. Understanding and being able to recognize patterns of history, you can more accurately predict outcomes.  What if those outcomes are […]

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Engage History with Genealogy

Engage History With Genealogy by Dianne McLeanDo you have trouble engaging your children in history? With my kids, no matter how cute I tried to make history, no matter how many visuals, timelines, videos, and pictures that I incorporated, they still were not interested as much as I wanted them to be. And personally, history […]

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