This live presentation will air on:
FRIDAY - September 23rd - 5pm Pacific time
This is my favorite way to teach history and it had a huge impact on motivating my kids to want to know more about history. Kids want to go deeper and are more engaged, and surprisingly they remember dates, places, and events much better when they can connect them to their own ancestors. Come learn how to incorporate your own family heritage to create a rich, engaging social studies curriculum!
More about Dianne McLean:
Dianne has been homeschooling since 2003. She has worked with thousands of homeschoolers and hundreds of homeschool groups to pioneer social activities, help form group policies with leaders, and participated in issues which affect the homeschool community as a whole. Her approach is always practical and effective. She also specializes in working with middle to high school level groups to help prepare for college entry and is familiar with the latest developments of Common Core and how it is affecting future college students. She directs a national support organization, Home Education Council of America; and has developed numerous other websites to help home educators in their efforts. Dianne has been leading online seminars, webinars, and classes online in an innovative online setting to offer live interaction no matter where you live in the world. You can connect with her at Home Education Council of America.
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