The 3 Big Things Every Homeschooler Should Do

This workshop was taught in the 2015 Not Back to School Summit - REGISTER HERE for FREE live access to our next summit!

Do these 3 things, and your homeshool will be great. Miss out on any of them, and you'll bring on more stress and diminished results. Learn what the 3 are in this hands-on, in-depth workshop by Leadership Education founders Oliver & Rachel DeMille.

More about Rachel and Oliver DeMille:

Oliver and Rachel DeMille are the founders of the highly acclaimed Thomas Jefferson Education ("TJEd") model of learning. They are the parents of five daughters and three sons. The DeMilles’ insights are informed not only by dealing with the unique needs, learning styles and gifts in their own home, but through their experience in mentoring and consulting with schools and families on virtually every level, and around the world. Oliver is a New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today Bestselling Author and a popular keynote speaker at corporate and educational events. He is also the presenter of the online educational series Mentoring in the Classics. Rachel is on a mission to heal families, inspire others to detect, refine and unleash their genius and anxiously awaiting more grandbabies. Rachel is the creator and editor of's 2013 Best Curriculum award-winning This Week in History.

More presentations we have in our archives by Rachel and Oliver DeMille:

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5 Habits of Highly Successful Homeschoolers
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Homeschooling for Dads
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What is Leadership Education or TJed
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3 Things You Must Get Right
The Accidental/Reluctant or New Homeschooler: 3 Things You Must Get Right! Here you are. Maybe you didn’t plan on homeschooling,[...]

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Stephanie Gee says

This was such an amazing presentation! We are only in our second year of home schooling at 8th grade, the 'how to think for herself' is something I have been trying to break through with my 13 year old. I can't wait to try the family read and discussion time. I also have a preschooler so I was glad to hear how to target the reading material. Thank you both!

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