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Homeschooling expert, Janice Campbell, shares her vast knowledge of all things homeschooling. This workshop is a wealth of information geared toward helping those new-to-homeschooling families begin their journey. Janice discusses how to get started, what you need to know in order to choose a homeschooling method and the curriculum that fits. She also spends a few minutes talking about how to plan your time and find that all important support.

Even if you have been homeschooling for a while, you can also find helpful information in this workshop.

While most parents are familiar with and feel somewhat confident teaching the 3-R’s to their children, very few feel that same confidence with Foreign Language instruction. In my workshop, I hope to answer many of the questions that I have heard repeatedly during my nearly 40 years of Spanish instruction of children ages 4-18 and my 15 years of homeschooling. I will also discuss the changes that are happening in the computer age to High School Foreign Language instruction and which credits are acceptable to colleges and universities. I will share my research on this very important topic in this interesting and informative workshop.

*What is the best age to start teaching a foreign language?
*What language should I teach? *Should I teach Greek, Latin or some other language?
*How can I teach a language that I don’t know myself?
*What should I look for in a language program?
*How can I help my children become fluent in a language?
* How can I teach Foreign Language to my highschooler at home?
*Do my children need a foreign language to graduate from high school or to be accepted at a community college or university?

Goal setting is often thought of as a great idea and something everyone needs to do but we rarely do it and when we do, we usually lose track of the goal along the way. In this workshop, goals are brought to life through creation and conversation. Everyone participating will create a goal and a visual display for that goal during the workshop. This process can be done with family members over and over again as well as with other homeschool groups as activities. The process is created in a fun and fast paced style with everyone having an opportunity to create and share their goal that will leave each participant inspired by their goal and by the goals of others.

This hands-on workshop will show how to use prime numbers to simplify both numerical and algebraic fractions, greatest common factors, least common multiples, simplifying roots and determining patterns in sequences. This workshop is for anyone who is ready for pre-algebra and up to pre-calculus. The workshop is fast paced and fun whether you are a middle school student, high school student or parent. This is a must for parents of younger children preparing for pre-algebra!

Learn the money- and time-saving benefits of homeschooling multiple children with the same curriculum in this session by Candice, a mom to three boys. She outlines the things you need to consider like age, ability level, and the subject when deciding what to combine and what to teach one-by-one.

After attempting to replicate public school at home with loads of workbooks and tests, Candice discovered there is a better way to homeschool! When she ditched the textbooks and shifted to a living books approach, she found her homeschool was transformed! Teaching was easier for her and far more enjoyable for the entire family.

Test-prep Guru, Jean Burk, will share her secrets of SAT success that have helped tens of thousands of students raise their test scores as much as 600 points! Learn how to find shortcuts in test patterns and save time on all types of questions. Math, Writing, and Reading sections are all covered in this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. If you have college bound kids, you can’t miss this seminar about preparing them for the SAT!

Are you ready to make $500 an hour? Although it sounds too good to be true, it’s possible to earn this much in scholarships for college. Author, Jean Burk, will teach you two important concepts: how to get into the college of your choice and how to find the scholarships to pay for it. You will learn methods of receiving substantial scholarships that go beyond tuition and may include room and board, graduate school, and money to study abroad! Unlock the keys to finding free college at your fingertips!

This workshop is offered to provide practical application of the five key elements of reading discussed in the workshop, “Why Can Reading Be So Hard?” Whether you attended the earlier workshop or not, you will be blessed by learning about teaching strategies and innovative activities that not only gives you fresh ideas for more effective teaching, but will also help you better understand the essentials for reading success.

(note to selection committee - This workshop can either follow Teaching Reading May NOT Be As Easy As You Think or Why Can Reading Be So Hard?)

“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” - Albert Einstein

Aha! That moment when you finally hear your child being described and you don’t feel so alone. What does it mean to be a visual-spatial learner? Visual imagery plays a significant roll in their learning. If you show them directions to a model airplane…they are overwhelmed before you begin…BUT, show them the model first and the directions make sense! Come learn how this represents 1/3 of all students … you may just find your child here and ways that you can adjust your teaching and curriculum to reach them.

So you want to write fiction? Great. Learn practical tips and techniques from a published author. In our world of shrinking attention spans, what do we need to do in our fiction to grab our reader—and not let him go? We’ll look at secrets to great openings—and how to create yours.We’ll do a little Q & A as well, as time permits. Workshop is ideally suited—and must be limited to parents and junior or senior high school students (not younger) who have a desire to write.

The human genome is anything but simple. In fact, it is a super-complex computer operating system that far exceeds anything created by humans to date. New revelations about how it works have surprised us, and the complexity of the code is nothing short of astounding. The genome, perhaps more than anything else, defies naturalistic evolutionary theory.

Online courses are a great tool to teach the courses that you don’t feel comfortable or competent teaching. Your child needs to be prepared for a different type of learning experience. This talk will focus on what the parent should look for in an online course, what types to avoid and how to guide your child during the course to assure them a successful completion.

Teaching our kids about God and the principles he’s given us to live by…we know we need to do this—but how do we do it in a way where kids will listen—even teens? Tim will demonstrate practical, powerful object lessons in this “how-to” and “hands-on” session so that you leave equipped to do the job at home—even if you’ve tried and failed before. Simple things like a microwave, leaf blower, toaster, and more will be used to teach lessons kids will never forget! Here are some things we’ll cover…

  • The kind of character we want our kids to develop… and how to help them get there.
  • The practical mandate to train our kids spiritually and how it protects our kids
  • 4 positive payoffs to teaching our kids spiritually
  • 8 live demos of object lessons you can do—now
  • 13 tips maximize your effectiveness teaching the kids… & to keep you from quitting

Why Does My Homeschooler Hate Math? Grammar? Me? So, this is what it's like to raise a dictator?

I know you have felt the pain of regret when you have had a moment of failure when discipling your children. I know many of you are fighting against habits you learned from your parents that you swore you would never do. I know you want to parent with love, honor and respect, but sometimes, you don’t. Parents, did you know that it is God’s perfect plan that his imperfect children raise his imperfect children? He knew you and I would not be perfect parents. He knew we would get it wrong on some days. However, still, he knew that the best people to raise your children was YOU! It is! It’s you. Listen to Master Motivator, Monica Irvine, share some invaluable insights in parenting with greater love, greater understanding and greater self control. Mrs. Irvine will help you to under- stand the difference in disciplining to stop or start behavior and disciplining to change our children’s hearts. It makes ALL the difference. If you want a loving happy healthy relationship with your adult children, you must start today creating that relationship. Don’t miss this!

Losing sight of our best moments in the blinding glare of other's social media highlight reels and the pursuit of perfection.

Imagine what it will feels like, as you watch your son, even while they are young,be an example to those around him of what a true gentleman looks like, acts like and is. His focus is on others. He notices without effort when someone near him is in need, and then quickly acts. He guards his tongue knowing that his words have impact and his desire is to only have impact for good. He is kind to his family and understands that his example to his family is his duty as a son of God. He is a leader among his peers and although his standards are high, those in his presence do not feel judged by him, but accepted and valued. His goals are lofty, however he looks for- ward with anticipation to be a righteous husband and father one day. He is a true gentleman. Parents, this Master Class will help you understand how to create the example your son needs to become this gentleman. You don’t want to miss this. He needs you.

  • Homeschooling is not the only “job” you have as a mom. Whether you have a full-time job, volunteer for an organization, or have a sideline that takes your time on a regular basis, the stress can add up in a hurry. Balance is the key to successfully pull off the juggling act between work and homeschool. Join Sandy, Rhonda, and Sheila as they help you set goals and establish boundaries that make it possible to do both well.
  • High schoolers are busy people. Education is just one of the many responsibilities on their plate and may not be a priority (in their minds). If your high schooler is already a book lover, then using a literature-based approach to learning will likely resonate with your student. If, however, your high schooler would prefer a root canal over reading a good book, you will have a greater challenge in making the study of literature appealing. Join Sandy, Rhonda, and Sheila as they share the value of literature-based studies for high school and offers some practical tips for engaging a literature-reluctant student.

Humans are wired for stories and storytelling! That’s what makes great literature and delightful narratives so effective for teaching. Learn how to choose the best books for your homeschool, using Sarita Holzmann’s 7-part test. Also find out what kinds of books to avoid and how to get your kids begging for just one more chapter-even if they aren’t in love with reading yet.

  • Literature-based learning is a great choice for teaching children across multiple ages. There is no better way to create relationships and develop strong bonds between your children that will last a lifetime. Learn how to establish an environment that encourages learning together. Veteran homeschool moms Sandy, Rhonda, and Sheila will share practical ideas for planning and organizing your time to incorporate shared learning through the use of good literature.

Is your head spinning with all the homeschooling lingo? Charlotte Mason. Classical. Unschooling. Traditional. Are you trying to pick and choose but don’t know what would be the best fit for your family? Do you tend to lean towards thinking outside the box? Or do you feel stuck in the box without any other options? Come discover why one style does not have to fit all. Depending upon your child’s bent, age, grade, learning challenges or interests, mom can a la carte with purpose. Julia Nalle shares from teaching her own children and through designing the BiblioPlan curriculum that it is possible to thoughtfully pick and choose a little bit of this and a little bit of that - with success.

Are you longing to find ways in your day to bring all your children together around the table? Do you need refreshing tips that show you how to combine subjects in a way that meets the needs of all your children – on their levels and in their styles of learning? Are you weary of juggling different history time periods for the different grade levels or tackling the extra work your curriculum requires you to do just to teach a lesson? Spend some time with Julia Nalle, co-author of BiblioPlan, as she shares numerous practical helps for teaching history, literature, writing, Bible, geography, art, science and more across multi‐age levels drawing from both a classical style and a Charlotte Mason approach.

Sarah Mackenzie is the USA Today Bestselling author of The Read-Aloud Family and Teaching from Rest. She is the host of the popular Read-Aloud Revival podcast, which has been downloaded over 6 million times by families all over the world.
She lives in the Northwest with her husband, Andrew, and their six kids, where she loves to keep them stocked in the best books she can find. Find Sarah at readaloudrevival.com

Dr. Wile used to be an atheist. However, the more he learned about science, the less reasonable the atheist view became. Science directed him to believe in a Creator, and eventually, he learned that the Creator is the God of the Bible. There are many atheists who have experienced similar journeys. In this seminar, Dr. Wile talks about the journeys of several 20th- and 21st-century atheists who became Christians. From attorneys to engineers to scientists to historians to English professors, their stories provide remarkable insight into how God calls each one of us to Him.

Dr. Wile became involved in homeschooling because his best university students were homeschool graduates. Since then, he has expected homeschoolers to become the leaders of their generation. To investigate whether or not his expectation is coming true, Dr. Wile tracked down several homeschooled students who are now adults and learned what they are doing. In this talk, Dr. Wile tells you what he learned about their accomplishments. You will be amazed at how they are making a difference in the world around them. In addition, Dr. Wile shares the advice that these incredible young adults offer to parents who are currently homeschooling and to students who are currently being homeschooled.

Sarah Mackenzie is the USA Today Bestselling author of The Read-Aloud Family and Teaching from Rest. She is the host of the popular Read-Aloud Revival podcast, which has been downloaded over 6 million times by families all over the world.
She lives in the Northwest with her husband, Andrew, and their six kids, where she loves to keep them stocked in the best books she can find. Find Sarah at readaloudrevival.com

A place for everything, and everything in its place. Yes, an orderly homeschool environment does matter. But how do you create such an atmosphere when using a literature-based approach to learning (or really any approach to learning)? There are books and school tools everywhere! Whether you’re using a literature-based, or classical, or traditional, or unit-study curriculum, this workshop will offer practical tips on keeping track of your materials and creating a peaceful learning environment. Come join Sandy, Rhonda, and Sheila as they share steps to reach the goal of reclaiming an organized homeschool.

Practical thoughts on how to draw obedience out of your children without raising your voice.

Yelling is a quick fix with a short shelf-life. What’s worse, it rarely reaches the heart of our
children for good. This talk will explore the reasons why we as parents often yell at our children
and the damaging effect it can have on our relationship with them. We'll also look at a number
of practical ways you can discourage disobedience without all the shouting.

Steps to ensure your children obey the right way and for the right reasons.

Most parents covet obedience in their children above every other character quality; but
obedience can be harmful if we do not show our children how to obey the right way and for the
right reasons. In this talk we'll explore how there are actually 3 different levels of obedience and
we'll examine some practical ways that we, as parents, can help our children acquire a TRULY
obedient heart.

God uses moments when we talk to our children to speak to us. Are we listening to Him the way we want our children to listen to us? Join Rachael as she shares how God meets us in every moment.

Math can bring out the worst in the best of students. it can undermine our confidence at any age! How do you diagnose a student's math anxiety, and help them succeed? What can you do to fill gaps and reach grade-level proficiency quickly? This workshop is of benefit to any age learner, but particularly to teenagers who are struggling with middle and high school level math.

Professor Carol takes you through the history of American music, shot in many locations across America and featuring fiddle tunes, shape-note singing, Spanish missions, minstrelsy and vaudeville, opera, hymns, military bands, ragtime, and more.

Professor Carol takes you on location to Jerusalem along with archeologist Yuval Edden. Learn about the traditions of worship in the Old Testament as you explore the ancient city and Temple grounds to discover some of the roots of our early Christian music.

Learning to control ourselves is a vital lesson for happiness! But, self-control can’t happen without having our hearts in the right place. This class will instruct on the process a heart goes through to change, and how we can help our sons and daughters learn to rule themselves, instead of becoming victims to the emotional reactions that put us all in bondage and misery.

Calmness comes when a person has confidence in how to handle a situation. What situations disrupt your calmness? Could some missing skills help increase your calmness? This class will go deep into correcting negative behaviors before the problem begins by pre-teaching skills for successful relationships and communications. And the class will also do training for how to calmly handle negative behaviors during the difficult situations. After all, the learning path for a child is correcting one bad behavior after another until personal self-government is achieved.

Research says that students who learn to manage their academic time are more successful. How do you teach a child to stay on task when they cannot even find their way to the school table? Come and join Gretchen Roe as she shares research into why your child struggles to manage their time, and effective ways you can teach them to set goals and stay on task.

“The 1620 Default” looks at the attempt by the New York Times to make 1619 the focal point of American history by arguing that because slavery was introduced in that year, all if American exceptionalism was tainted. Professor Larry Schweikart argues that America’s real “default” came in 1620 with the Pilgrims, who introduced the four pillars of American exceptionalism.

“The Pillars of American Exceptionalism” look at the four founding elements that make America exceptional—that literally no other country has these elements from its birth, and to this day no other country has these elements. They are a) a Christian, mostly Protestant religious tradition; b) common law; c) private property with written titles and deeds; and d) a free market economy. Professor Larry Schweikart discusses the elements that made American a different place from any in the world, augmented by images.

In this session, Rachael Carman discusses the importance of character training in home education.

A child who learns differently needs a different approach. It sounds simple, but the reality is anything but! In this session, Shawna Wingert, a former special education teacher and mom of two boys with special needs, shares the research behind play based learning, as well as practical strategies to help your learner thrive (and have a little fun in the process). ADHD, Dyslexia, Autism and Anxiety are a few of the various examples included in this encouraging discussion.

Is taking a strength based approach to your child’s learning taking the easy way out or worse, spoiling your child? Decades of research says, “No.” Join Shawna Wingert, former special education teacher and Strength Finders specialist trained by the Gallup Organization, as she shares everything you need to uncover and begin to use your child’s strengths as a foundation for learning. Yes, even if your child seems to only be interested in video games or YouTube, you can use your child’s natural interests to formulate learning plans that actually work (even in areas of academic weakness!). This example filled session walks you through everything you need to get started.

This session will teach you how to address the underlying heart issues of your child's behavior through the practical application of Bible verses to certain issues. It will also focus on strategies for disciplining your kids in a way that points them to Jesus and helps them value and accept correction.

This session will give you practical tips on raising children that you enjoy being with, no matter what season they're in! Learn how certain beliefs and stressors rob us of the joy of parenting, along with ways to see your kids positively on the hard days.

Judy Sarden is author of Sarden's Practical Guide, How to Start Homeschooling, hosts The How to Homeschool Podcast and speaks nationally on home education and general education topics. A corporate attorney for over 20 years, Judy has homeschooled her two children for 8 years .

Judy brings her corporate and legal strategy skills to families by helping them to strategically plan their children's academic career and beyond.

Understanding that the world where our children will raise their families is very different from that of our forefathers, Judy helps usher your children into the education of the future!

Judy Sarden is author of Sarden's Practical Guide, How to Start Homeschooling, hosts The How to Homeschool Podcast and speaks nationally on home education and general education topics. A corporate attorney for over 20 years, Judy has homeschooled her two children for 8 years .

Judy brings her corporate and legal strategy skills to families by helping them to strategically plan their children's academic career and beyond.

Understanding that the world where our children will raise their families is very different from that of our forefathers, Judy helps usher your children into the education of the future!


As a parent, you are uniquely qualified to be the primary educator of your children. You have more assets than you realize. Listen and be encouraged by a homeschooling father of four sons.

God designed men to be a servant hearted leader and lay their life down for their families. Married for 40 years and father to four homeschooled sons, Steve shares what he has learned from God’s word and his family.

Come along with us as we show you that adventure + photography is a great combination. We will share settings and techniques as we shoot in bad weather.

This is one thing that every aspiring photographer needs to work on. The great news is that you can work on this with ANY camera. Come along on this photo walk as we give you some pointers.

Nearly everyone enjoys learning about creatures that live in the ocean. After all, it is a truly alien environment to us, full of unique and interesting organisms. Amazingly, the more we learn about the ocean and the organisms living in it, the more we begin to see that there are intricacies that do not fit with the theory of evolution. As we dive into this discussion, we will look at the physical features of echolocation in fun-loving dolphins, as well as “living fossils” that should be extinct yet are found unchanged in shape and form, living all over the world. We’ll look scientifically at the ocean’s salinity and learn what the actual data have to say about an earth that is supposedly millions of years old. And we cannot forget sharks, with their amazing physical abilities to detect electrical impulses from miles away! So grab a notepad and come to this fun and informative discussion…no snorkels necessary!

In the same way that a painter’s style and character are revealed in his paintings, we can see glimpses of God’s character in his Creation. The Bible mentions that He is light and living water. And as we study light and water, we understand his magnitude Him more clearly. Studying salt, darkness & light, and even branches, vines, & grafting gives us deeper clues to what those Biblical references truly mean to us. Join me in this fun and fascinating discussion!

John Fort describes how changes in hormone levels, willpower supply, limbic system development, and pre-frontal cortex growth create a unique thinking pattern during adolescence. He then considers why God designed adolescents this way, what their strengths are and ways parents can compensate for accompanying weaknesses to adolescent decision making.

Up to 70% of young adults raised in church drift away from their faith after graduation. What can we learn from the 30% who stay? Dr. Myers shares three observations to show how churches—and families—can create an atmosphere in which the faith of Millennials can remain vibrant and strong.

Are your children best friends who always treat one another with kindness andrespect? We didn’t think so. Children’s squabbles are normal, but they can make us feel anxious and angry when we don’t know how to respond. In this session, you’ll learn FBI strategies that will keep your kids’ conflicts from taking your happiness hostage.

Learn how you can be working now (while your child is still in elementary or middle school) to get ready to homeschool High School in the future.

This is one of those sessions that will answer questions you never even knew you had. From planning coursework, understanding graduation requirements, and choosing curriculum, to assigning credit, writing a transcript, and beyond -- Ann will fill you in on almost everything you need to know to be a success at homeschooling high school. There really isn’t that much to it, and once you’ve heard what she has to say, you’ll be ready to get started!

Julie H Ross often gets asked this common question when she shows the stack of books she is using for the coming school year. When she told a mother about Charlotte Mason’s powerful practice of having the students retell, or narrate, back what they read or heard, the mother responded, “It sounds too good to be true. Is it really that easy?” Julie’s answer: “It is far from easy, but the practice is powerful.” Join Julie H Ross for this informative workshop where she breaks down this powerful method into simple steps that will equip you to start implementing this practice right away. “As knowledge is not assimilated until it is reproduced, children should ‘tell back’ after a single reading or hearing: or should write on some part of what they have read. A single reading is insisted on, because children have naturally great power of attention; but this force is dissipated by the re-reading of passages, and also, by questioning, summarizing. and the like.” (Charlotte Mason’s 20 Principles)

Two Russians, two Englishmen, two Frenchmen, three Americans, a South African, and a Norwegian ... walk into a bar. Not really. But they do come together in this list of the greatest Christian literary works of the last two centuries. It is a list that includes two Learn why these books are great and how it can be that, as someone once said, the worst Christians write the best Christian books. Learn which are the best translations and why it is okay to listen to them as well as read them (along with who are the best readers).

Learn how to unravel the mystery of your child’s difficulties. Hear why an accurate, thorough diagnosis and treatment plan can change everything for your child. Time for Q&A will be provided.

Charlotte Mason wrote that the traditional methods of teaching reading in her day were “one of the many ways in which children are needlessly and cruelly oppressed,” and were “an abuse of his intelligence.”

What were the methods she so vehemently spoke out against? Unfortunately, many of them are still used to teach reading today. In her volumes, Miss Mason outlined steps in a reading lesson that would arouse the imagination and awaken the “joyous interest which is the real secret of success.” In this super practical workshop, Julie H Ross (who has taught dozens of children how to read), will guide you through Miss Mason’s approach to reading lessons. You will walk away ready to implement this method in your home without spending any money on expensive curriculum or fancy manipulatives.

Appropriate conversations with our children about sex include more than telling them what not to do or look at. New Christian research sheds light on conversations parents may be missing with their children to help them avoid and resist the sexual pitfalls we see all around us. Even in a homeschool environment children must be prepared before they leave home to safely navigate a sex-obsessed culture. We have found these conversations to be most effective when we start with younger children.

What would you do if there was not a curriculum or organization that could help educate your children? How would your receive the information needed? We will talk about this and show you how the classical model can provide a natural way of learning.

Did you know that Mathematics has parts of speech and sentence structure, just as does any spoken language? Did you know that understanding the “grammar” of Mathematics greatly helps student understanding of problem-solving and applications? In this workshop, Tom Clark, founder of VideoText Interactive, and author of “Algebra: A Complete Course”, and “Geometry: A Complete Course”, clearly and humorously demonstrates this quality of mathematical language. At last, you will truly understand the roles of all types of mathematical symbols, and you will see how easy it is to translate between Mathematics and English, enabling you to improve your understanding, and teaching, of “story problems”, at all levels.

An increased focus on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) is now seen as the way out of the education crisis by many educational policymakers. It is only the most recent manifestation of the stress on vocationalism in our schools. But is the narrowing of the focus of our curricula really the answer to our educational woes? And is the abandonment of a focus on the arts and humanities the best way to accomplish even the goals of the STEM movement? Learn why classical education's focus on the liberal arts and the traditional humanities not only makes for better human beings, but provides the best foundation for any career. And learn how best to articulate this vision to your parents and your community

One of the chief purposes of education is to pass on our cultural heritage. American culture is the product of the cultures it grew out of: those of Athens, Rome, and Jerusalem, which were completed and transformed by Christianity. This is the cultural heritage we mean when we say "Western civilization." But Western civilization has come under increasing attack from modern political ideologies that claim they have something better to offer. Learn why the arguments against Western civilization fail, why it is important, and how we can pass it on to our own children.

If you are new to classical education, this talk is for you. If you’ve been around classical education and seek to understand WHY and HOW in a deeper way, this talk is for you, too. Learn what classical education is and what it isn’t. From the basics of the Trivium—Grammar, Dialectic, and Rhetoric—to the content and subject considerations, this talk will provide clarity to what is meant by the terms and why this is more than an approach to education.

In an effort to help our students succeed we benefit from spending time thinking about the common threads for success as a student. Sometimes the difference between them succeeding and not is a simple as not knowing what it takes. Knowing what it takes and inculcating these attributes will give our children the best opportunity for succeeding with their education. Planning well begins with knowing. This talk will give you simple common-sense points to ponder and, when implemented, the greatest opportunity to see your children thrive from their education.

The master art of rhetoric seeks to prepare students to “observe all the available means” of persuasion, enabling students to more easily master every kind of writing, from analytical reports to argumentative essays. Sadly, many high school educators seek only to have their students write longer papers, with long lists of resources and citations (and decent grammar), and call that “higher-level” work. The truth is, however, long papers merely addressing “the who, what, when, and where” do not prepare students for good, college-level writing. The study of rhetoric surpasses the limited training of the high school “research paper” by studying how to collect the best ideas and resources for a thesis (invention), how to arrange ideas and evidence in a compelling way (arrangement), and how to adapt the most engaging language to communicate those ideas (style). In this seminar, we will survey other important kinds of rhetoric-inspired writing beyond the research paper, such as exploratory essays, deliberative essays, and argumentative papers, all of which will help students become versatile writers prepared for all types of college writing assignments. The seminar will also address the value of peer review and collaboration and ways the teacher can serve as a writing coach. The seminar will conclude by noting some of the best curricula and internet resources available for teaching rhetoric-based writing to high school students.

“The task of the modern educator is not to cut down jungles but to irrigate deserts," wrote CS Lewis in Abolition of Man. When we read, our minds seek answers to questions with a predictable order. By permitting our minds the space to answer these questions early, our minds are calm, receptive, and intrigued. Answering these questions irrigates our minds so the seeds of the story may grow our imaginations. What questions do our minds need answered first so that we can perceive the author's story?

The Christian has the highest motivation to think but in an age of fragmentation and opposition it can feel like thinking is the quickest way to get lost. In this session, Kern shows practical ways to teach your children how to think without either splitting their souls into fragments or narrowing their minds to a block. Includes recommended resources.

In 1980 and 1981, three classical Christian schools were planted, each without knowledge of the other. About this same time, homeschoolers were seeking a better way of educating their children and looking to the past for better models than what we all have experienced in modern, progressive schools. In a remarkable convergence of effort, Christians of all kinds began to rediscover and then renew classical, “liberal arts” education. What have learned after 40 years? What have we done well and what have we not done so well? What is the work that remains before us and what are the pitfalls we must avoid? What is the current state of the renewal in its extent, quality, and influence? In this seminar, we will trace the history of the renewal, while seeking wisdom for the way ahead.

As classical education has grown and renewed and blessed many, it has also attracted some critics. Some of the critics have pointed out legitimate weaknesses in the renewal and have essentially hit the target with their criticisms—and many of the best criticisms of classical education come from within the renewal. In this seminar, we will consider two common criticisms of the renewal, namely that classical educators are often proud and elitist. As one way of addressing pride among classical educators, we will consider the cover story article on classical education published in the September, 2019 edition of Christianity Today and written by Dr. Louis Markos, entitled “The Rise of the Bible-Teaching, Plato-Loving, Homeschool Elitists.”

Those who come into the renewal of classical education almost always feel overwhelmed when encountering a grand, long, deep tradition of learning and education. What do read? How can I possibly read through such a large list of “great books?” Where do begin? With Whom? These questions are often mixed with both excitement and anxiety. In this very practical seminar, we will consider a “top 100” list and a ten-year plan for reading deeply and without anxiety—and with friends. Every participant will be given a handout or access to a PDF containing “Perrin’s Top 100,” an annotated, ranked list of books to read with suggestions for sequencing and focusing one’s reading. Time will be set aside at the end of the seminar for discussion and questions.

Music plays an essential role in a child’s development from the earliest ages. Professor Carol presents strategies for obtaining the developmental, educational, and cultural benefits of music for all kids from pre-K through elementary.

Stuck on dates and biographies? You could begin your study of art from many perspectives that a student might find more compelling, such as chemistry, math, or marketing. Professor Carol suggests practical exercises that teach your students about how art is presented, created, or sold. Art history is not just about what’s inside the frame.

We often think of classical education for highly verbal children, but what about children with dyslexia, autism, adhd, or intellectual disability? Does a classical education have anything to offer such children? Hear answers from a mother with a master's degree in special education, who homeschooled her adopted twins (autism, specific learning disabilities, and mental illness) "K-12" with a classical education.

For all of its popularity, there must be more than stages, rote memory, and the ancients, right? Have you ever heard what is at the heart of a classical education? Hear simple explanations to unpack key words that will delight the newcomer, challenge the skeptic, and remind those in classical education why you began doing this in the first place.

The ways we compliment and correct contribute to either a culture of effort and joy or apathy and fear. How to compliment and correct well, and not criticize, will be explained and modeled. Examples and stories will make the ideas come alive.

Children’s thoughts and feelings are always important. In times of confusion and crisis like we’re going through, they matter even more. How do we make it more likely that our children will come to us with their questions and feelings? Dr. Kathy will share ideas for how to respond to help your children feel heard and safe, and provide some ideas to help you and your children navigate uncertain times.

Resiliency, bouncing back quickly from difficulties, starts as a choice. It can become a part of who we are. It must! Dr. Kathy will explain the many benefits of resiliency. You’ll be highly motivated to parent so your children become more resilient. The suggestions will work and you will be able to create an environment that makes resiliency more likely. We and our children must recover from trauma and stress.

Understand how technology is influencing children’s beliefs and behaviors (and ours). Discover how technology is the root of some of your biggest concerns (e.g., your children’s complaining, expectations, inability to know what to do after high school). Learn practical things to do to help children mature even as they keep using technology. You’ll find hope in this message.

Do you struggle with a child who is difficult or challenging? A child that often causes you exasperation? One who takes more time and energy than all your other children put together? You are not alone! Join Kathie Morrissey of The Character Corner as she offers you encouragement and hope in dealing with your difficult child in a God-honoring way!

As homeschooling parents, our lives and schedules can be busy! Life’s challenges that we face, our busyness and even the good things we take part in can chip away at our homeschooling joy. Sometimes we could use some encouragement and a reminder of why we started homeschooling in the first place! Join Kathie Morrissey of The Character Corner as she offers you encouragement to get back to the heart of your homeschool in 10 Things Every Homeschool Mom Must Remember!

Now more than ever it seems our culture is in need of thoughtful, reasoned discourse and argument. Far from being merely an academic subject, logic brings clarity to our own thinking and also enables us to engage with ideas across disciplines, media, and culture. Sometimes teaching students how to think can seem like a daunting, abstract, nebulous exercise. During this seminar, we will introduce and discuss the best pedagogical practices for teaching logic to middle and high school students; we will also suggest ways that new teachers of logic can best prepare for teaching this important art. We will consider four aspects of reasoned, logical thinking: (1) how to develop a personal, internal dialogue; (2) learning what the “right” questions are and how to ask them; (3) learning to discern the real issues at the heart of complex discussions; and (4) how to avoid falling prey to the irrelevant, presumptive, and unclear fallacies that cloud so many conversations, discussions, and debates. The seminar will feature several examples of logical fallacies and provide other pertinent resources for teaching logic well, including ways of incorporating “capstone” projects to culminate a year of teaching logic.

Having a homeschool year with less turbulence depends on creating a homeschool plan that can flex to meet the demands of the day-to-day and all the challenges life throws at you along the way. Join Pam as she outlines the ten steps you need to put your homeschool year on autopilot and spend less me planning, worrying, and trying to keep everything in the air during the school year so you can enjoy your kids more.

What if you had just two hours each day to educate your kids? You would probably divide one hour between math, reading, and composition — three skills basic to all other learning. This talk is about what to do with that other hour. Building on the Four Rs — ritual, reading aloud, recitation, and relationship — Pam shows you how to create a content- rich, life-giving plan for everyone in your homeschool no matter what their ages. With tons of practical examples, book suggestions, and encouragement, this talk will have you walking away confident in the most effective hour of your day.

Homeschooling offers key advantages to struggling students and children with special needs. Discover why your home school may be the best possible choice for your child. Learn how to make your homeschool even stronger.

We all want hands-on art in our homeschool curriculums, but it often gets pushed aside because of subjects we deem as more important. But what if creating is not something that is just an option but a need. What if children actually learn and remember more when they create! Come explore creativity with us as we look at it from a Biblical perspective. As children of the Master Designer, we'll find out that creating isn't just an option but something that is ingrained in each of us. Along the way we'll help you make creativity a reality in your homeschool and help you make it easy.

Penny Mayes is the creator and owner of Take Time for Art, a hands-on art history curriculum that integrates hands-on art with history. She is a professional art teacher, a professional educator, and a veteran homeschool mom of 20 years. Her passion is integrating hands-on art projects with art history and history unit studies. She is a wife, a mother of three adult children, and a grandmother. Penny holds a BFA in fine arts and Masters degree in education. You can contact her at taketimeforart.com

The Clemson University Life Sciences Outreach Center offers a variety of hands-on laboratory experiences for elementary, middle, and high school aged children. Find out more @ https://www.clemson.edu/center...

Once you have committed to teaching your students at home, what is the next step? A peaceful, effective homeschool begins with a vision, simple plans, and a routine for getting the right things done. We’ll talk about how to set appropriate academic goals; how to do simple, streamlined planning and record-keeping; how to create a simple 12-year master plan (scope and sequence) for what you need to cover each year; and how to create routines that can help you stay relaxed and on track. [Focus: Parent Training, Basics, Planning, Encouragement, Audience favorite]

In this session we will cover how the brain learns, why we use living books (and what they are), what goes into a learning journal, what they both can look like and living book and learning journal examples.

Classic literature encompasses so much of our worlds history. In this session we will come to the feast of great literature and how to introduce your students to it.

In this session learn how to replace testing with performance-based assessment.

In this session learn how to take great notes and take tests in college.

Learn study skills for the college workload. You will learn The 4 Study Steps, which helped Mark earn a 95% or higher in every college class.

Learn about how worry tricks the body into feeling scared and triggers the fear response. This keeps our anxious kiddos on high alert, and they struggle to relax, be happy, and get things done. Colleen, an author, parent of children with anxiety, and someone who struggles with anxiety herself, will teach you to tell the difference between stress and anxiety (and why it matters), along with stress and anxiety management for kids (and the adults who care for them), building a toolkit of strategies and skills to walk away with that will help make anxiety better -- not worse -- in the moment and beyond.

Note: Handout/Notes are included IN the talk via a text code and mentioned at the beginning and at the end.

Burnout is a real thing when it comes to parenting and homeschooling differently-wired kiddos, and some days it feels like you've already yelled at and corrected your children more times than you can count -- all before you've had your first sip of coffee... Rest assured -- you are not alone. Differently-wired kiddos are not easy, but they are perfectly made for a purpose, and our job as their parents is to harness that uniquness and intensity for good, giving them what they need to maximize their developmental potential. In this practical and actionable session, Colleen an educational consultant, shares strategies to help parents shift what they're doing to help them feel calmer and more confident, creating a family dynamic where everyone -- parents and their exceptional kids -- thrive.

Note: Handout/Notes are included IN the talk via a text code and mentioned at the beginning and at the end.c

In this session learn about language in the brain and why language with the five senses works.

I Am A Masterpiece” GRANT WOOD series presented by HiGASFY Productions. Children and adults alike will enjoy the incredible storytelling adventures of Mrs. Beth as she explores the life of American artist Grant Wood. Not familiar with Grant Wood? We guarantee you will recognize his most iconic piece American Gothic. Perhaps a corn chandelier or broccoli trees will tickle your fancy? Fun for the whole family. Visit the HiGASFY youtube channel for more fun videos and activities. Complete curriculum video series available at www.higasfy.com.

“I Am A Masterpiece” NORMAN ROCKWELL series presented by HiGASFY Productions. Gather your children and sit down for an entertaining story about the life of Norman Rockwell told by engaging storyteller Mrs. Beth . Explore his Saturday Evening Post series, discover hidden gems in his April Fool’s series and create your own story behind many of his beloved masterpieces. Great viewing for the whole family. Check out the HiGASFY youtube channel for more fascinating videos and activities. Complete curriculum video series available at www.higasfy.com.

In this session learn about the 10 secrets for teaching your kids music. These secrets include learning how to sing in tune and developing your child's sense of perfect pitch.

In this session learn the helpful questions to ask when choosing a college.

The average American family is overly busy, over extended and we all feel the crunch. In a fast-paced culture, we must be intentional to slow life down and block out distractions. Family meals can be that time. In this session, we’ll discuss habits you can cultivate in your home that will make meals a significant time of connection with your kids.

Something has changed. We all sense it. The cultural pressure is increasing, especially on our kids. But even in a world of ever-present screens, gender identity questions, and a host of other challenges, kids can have clarity and confidence. But we must help them. In this talk, we will examine today’s cultural challenges and provide a practical guide to equip parents, pastors, youth workers and Christian leaders to help the next generation navigate today’s world. Based on Brett’s book, co-authored with John Stonestreet

John De Gree demystifies the concept and practice of leading the Socratic Discussion in history in this informative, philosophical, and practical talk. By following the five steps De Gree introduces, leading the Socratic discussion in history is something every caring teacher can do. Did you hate history learning it in school and want your children to love it (and do you want to fall in love with history, too)? Join John De Gree for this talk. John De Gree of The Classical Historian and his wife of 28 years are raising 7 children and have been home schooling for over 17 years.

This informative, fun and practical workshop (participants will play games!) will give the home school teacher many easy-to-use and free games to teach all subjects, including leadership skills for students of all ages. These games are efficient, time-saving, and kids love them! Learn how to teach history and the Constitution with games. John De Gree will show you how to use games to teach Christian behavior towards parents, siblings, and with others. John De Gree of The Classical Historian and his wife of 28 years are raising 7 children and have been home schooling for over 17 years.

Panel Kick Off: questions for the entire conference; what question to consider; help shape and orient speakers to what we will address. We start by LISTENING. A HEARING...

So how do we know what Mathematics to teach to our children? Do we just follow a textbook? How can we be sure we are providing what our students really need, and teaching it correctly, for mastery? These are typical questions homeschooling parents ask, especially as they begin to encounter the middle and high school levels of Mathematics. In this workshop, Tom Clark, founder of VideoText Interactive, will take you on a sometimes humorous journey, through all the levels of Mathematics courses, the sequence, and the logic of Math, from pre-school through college. In addition, attention will be given to identifying the “why” of the study of Mathematics, as an essential part of the plan, with an emphasis on the development of concepts, instead of rules, tricks, and shortcuts.

Remember the old hymns? No, the really old hymns. Christian music has its roots in the Jerusalem Temple and Greco-Roman antiquity. Gregorian chant united Christian worship and strongly influenced the development of Western Culture. See how these beautiful traditions still shape Christian worship today.

In an effort to help our students succeed we benefit from spending time thinking about the common threads for success as a student. Sometimes the difference between them succeeding and not is a simple as not knowing what it takes. Knowing what it takes and inculcating these attributes will give our children the best opportunity for succeeding with their education. Planning well begins with knowing. This talk will give you simple common-sense points to ponder and, when implemented, the greatest opportunity to see your children thrive from their education.

This educational and entertaining session will consider the Key Points of the Common Core Standards, as we explore the reasons behind the difficulty in teaching traditional "trouble spots" in Mathematics. Topics will be determined by the audience, and may include operations with fractions, story problems, and numerous others, all of which seem to indicate that Mathematics is naturally "difficult", understandable only by the few that seem "wired" for it. In fact, the secret to mastery in Mathematics is understanding concepts. Strategies will be shared which will demonstrate how students at all levels can benefit from a “why” approach to learning.

There is no skill more basic and essential than making decisions, yet few things receive less time and attention than learning how. In this session, Kern shows you immediate steps you can take to help your children grow in their ability to make decisions they can live with - or, rather, thrive. Includes recommended resources.

Algebra is the study of relations (equations and inequalities). It is therefore essential that students completely and conceptually understand the basic concepts necessary to solve them. In this workshop, Tom Clark, founder of VideoText Interactive, and author of “Algebra: A Complete Course”, and “Geometry: A Complete Course”, will help you to develop an inquiry approach which is applicable to all basic relations. You will discover the analytical questions students need to ask, in order to “undo” all of the complications they may encounter, when solving equations and inequalities.

The Bible shows us how to communicate well and it also warns us about the immeasurable harm we can affect through words. In this session, Kern shows you how to use writing and “school” exercises to guide your children toward wisdom and responsibility in their use of one of God’s greatest gifts to us: words. Includes recommended resources.

Most Homeschooling parents feel uneasy when planning math courses for their children. "We learned our math a long time ago", or "We learned it a different way", or maybe we learned it not at all. How can we know if the methods we are using will achieve the desired results in our students? In this workshop, Tom Clark, founder of VideoText Interactive, and author of "Algebra: A Complete Course", and "Geometry: A Complete Course", will expose ten common myths about teaching math, and then counter those myths with solid, practical help for parents. You will also leave with a checklist of items which can be used to determine the best math course for your students.

What is a worldview and why does it even matter? In this talk you’ll discover that everyone has a worldview but most people have never thought carefully about why they believe what they believe. Ironically, one’s worldview has profound consequences for all of life. We’ll take a quick look at the prominent worldviews in our culture and then discuss the very practical implications of worldview for how we live each and every day.


In the world of health care, there are many options. Yet, many people still believe they are limited to costly plans that do not always meet their needs.This session is an opportunity to find out how Medi-Share innovatively supports hundreds of thousands, while offering more than just “health care”.

In this session we will look at the difference between bilingual and biliterate, and how that plays into our homeschooling goals. We will talk about the challenges of homeschooling in more than one language, and discuss best practices for implementing a bilingual homeschool. You will walk away with ideas for how to organize and resource your homeschool to foster bilingualism and biliteracy in your minority language.

Unlock your child’s brilliance and DISCOVER some ways TODAY to help your child succeed with JOY! Teach kids for the Win. Understand how your student’s brilliant dyslexic brain functions, the why behind it, and what you can do right now to help! Focus on the child and how he or she learns.

After completing this interactive session, the busy homeschool mom/teacher who needs some tools right now to help the struggling reader and speller unlock the proper areas in the brain for this to occur will have a complete outline and tons of tangible resources. Participants in this workshop will have ready-made lesson plans, and tools for teaching dyslexic learners and a plan for engaging and unlocking the dyslexic learner every single day for SUCCESS!

The Dyslexic Learner is designed to focus on tools and exercises to unlock the brain of the dyslexic learner. Dyslexia is a language-based learning disability, BUT it is one in which can be remedied, and with the right dose of love, encouragement, and effective strategies, your child will be reading.

After this workshop, you will know more about the individual learning styles for your students. You will begin to think about and understand children as individuals. You will begin to understand when a child misbehaves or has annoying habits; they may not be symptoms of a learning disorder, but rather, part of their learning styles. You will begin to understand how to focus on outcomes and less on methods, and will find your students succeeding in ways that never even occurred to you. As you define what you are teaching to get your students to do or learn, the desired result, and not so much on the process by which he learns, you will discover very reasonable alternative to traditional approach.

By this time next week, you’ll be speaking a language in your homeschool even if you know nothing or are a native speaker who is embarrassed that your kids answer back in English! Learn to pass up years of trying to learn a foreign language. See how easy it is to teach other subjects in a foreign language. And find out how to leave your anxiety at the door as you talk with native speakers. We want your homeschool to provide a better language

I have to warn you. If you do this, your kids will be obsessed with school, go on and on about what they learn, and beg you for more. They’ll also sound like experts and create their own travel logs that rival the best textbooks. Yes, even your young child that is learning to read or your teen that rather be with their friends. I’ll help you make your homeschool a life-changing and an unforgettable experience. And help you to afford it!

A young child’s brain is a unique and un-recreatable thing. Between birth and five years old is when we learn our first language fast, fluently, and effortlessly. In this session you will learn why the Birth to Five Window is a critical time for minority language development. We’ll discuss common myths surrounding introducing two or more languages in babies and young children, and you will learn creative ways to capitalize on this sensitive period whether you are a native speaker, non-native speaker, or English-only speaker.

In this seminar, Dr. Jay L. Wile explains how any parent can help his or her children learn science at the upper levels. As a former University teacher and a former high school teacher, Dr. Wile is a staunch advocate of homeschooling a student all the way through the high school years. He agrees that most parents do not have the ability to teach the high school sciences at home, but he also contends that this is not a problem. By the time a homeschooled student reaches high school, he or she should have the ability to learn independently or with the help of another. Thus, Dr. Wile admonishes the parent to learn the subject right along with the student. With both the parent and the student helping each other learn, an upper level science experience can be equally rewarding for both!

In order to help the homeschooling parent plan his or her science curriculum, Dr. Wile provides study timelines for both the science-oriented and the non-science-oriented student. In addition, he discusses the mathematical skills needed in order to maintain the proposed timeline.

After considering how to best meet the needs of my oldest daughter while homeschooling through high school, I decided to try online classes. Over the years after enrolling all eight of my kids in multiple online classes and teaching online classes myself, I have learned characteristics of the best options. In this workshop I walk through questions to consider so families find: Live and Interactive Classes, a Fitting Class Environment, a Qualified Teacher, Appropriate Materials, a Well-organized Website, Positive Testimonials, Solid Technical Aspect, and Flexibility.

In this session learn how to raise Godly daughters in a secular culture.

In this session listen the children of Doug Wilson who were the Classical Homeschool Lab Rats.

Focus on the Family’s Vice President of Parenting and Youth Danny Huerta provides information on 20 quick things teens and parents should know about the brain of teenagers.

Focus on the Family’s Director of Global Family Formation Studies Glenn Stanton explains how and why you should love your LGBT neighbor.

Focus on the Family Counselor John Thorington discusses how to protect our children from the digital invasion.

Prepare for your understanding of English to be transformed! We will reveal tools that explain 98% of English words. In this session we will learn:

• the rule that explains the two sounds for C in accent

• three of the nine reasons for a Silent Final E.

• Why we drop the Silent Final E in servicing but not in serviceable

• Why many math- and science-minded kids struggle with reading and spelling - and why this reflects their gifts, not their shortcomings.

Some families do only the minimum math requirements for high school graduation so they can check the math box. The study of math, however, is so important for every student because through math we learn precision, logic, and analytical reasoning—skills everyone needs! We also learn absolute truth, a foundation of Western thought. In this workshop I discuss these four areas and clearly show how each is taught through high school math.

Amy Barr is an archaeologist, educator, published author and home school parent with unique experience in Classical Civilizations. She has excavated in Greece, Turkey, and Jordan and her graduate studies include Classics, Latin, Ancient History and Classical Archaeology. She is co-founder of The Lukeion Project (www.lukeion.org), which brings expertly taught Classical studies to learners on six continents via the live, online classroom. Amy teaches Latin, Classical Literature, Roman History and is a College Board Certified AP Latin instructor. Her articles have appeared in “The Classical Homeschooler” column in The Old Schoolhouse Magazine. Amy has co-led ten Lukeion Family Classical Expeditions to Italy, Greece and Turkey.

In a world where language skills are in decline, the ability to communicate clearly has become a valuable commodity. In college, business, or blogging, language mastery is the mark of an educated professional. Whether you’re looking to improve language skills, boost writing proficiency, or jump-start that second language, sentence diagramming is the powerful tool your visual learner needs. Learn how you can use diagramming to take your student to the next level.

In this lively session, author Glenn McCarty will encourage young writers, artists, and creators of all kinds to become involved in the richly-rewarding process of creation. Drawing on his own personal experience as author of The Misadventured Summer of Tumbleweed Thompson and companion collection Junction Tales, Glenn will remind attendees that “the secret to making things is love.”

We know the issues students face: sex, drugs, social media, etc. But more important than the issues are the cultural undercurrents - the unseen ways that culture has shifted in recent decades that impact how students think, what they believe, and incentivize their moral decisions. In this session, John walks through four significant cultural trends every parent should know about.

This session explores two of the things that truly matter when it comes to music instruction: children and literacy. Our children are royalty because they are sons and daughters of God, so we must approach their music education with that in mind. Resources and methodologies are explored that support joyful music literacy.

Music has always been considered a core discipline in a classical education. This session will explore the way music instruction should be approached in each stage of the trivium: grammar, logic, and rhetoric. Resources for each stage will also be recommended.

How do you take students from writing basic sentences to composing complex essays? Many students struggle with the leap in skills and end up dreading writing because they feel so lost. As a result, teachers or parents feel helpless and dread writing instruction just as much! Is there a way to transform the giant leap into simple steps for your budding writers? Yes! Come to this 45-minute session to learn how to bridge the gap in expository writing.

In this lesson you’ll learn how to move through a chord progression smoothly. The trick is to move both arms/hands simultaneously. We use a rearranged E progression to demonstrate this helpful technique.

Wondering how (and when) to change your guitar strings? In this video we share it all: when to change strings, how to change them, and even what strings we prefer.

From Aristotle to Progressivism and back to Classical, John De Gree presents an overview of the history of education in the Western World. This talks helps the educator understand the various educational philosophies, their proponents, and makes clear why so many Americans choose to home school. This whirlwind tour of the educational scene takes listeners from the ancient Greeks with Aristotle, to the early Medieval Ages, then to Aquinas, Medieval Classical Education, the Pilgrims, Absolutism, Progressivism, Darwinism, Dewey, Mason, and back to the home school in America of our times.

It’s that time again….An Election Year! John De Gree of The Classical Historian will show you strategies and techniques how to teach American Government and history and also teach your children/students about the Republicans and Democrats, about conservatives and liberals, and about our news services. Come to this talk and pick up concrete lessons you can use with your littlest ones through high school age.

As a homeschooling family, you have a unique opportunity to introduce the next generation to Christian beliefs and a biblical worldview. In this exclusive video presentation, Jim Daly, president of Focus on the Family, encourages and challenges you to help your child learn to stand strong and shine brightly for Christ in the midst of our shaky culture. Join Jim and John Stonestreet as they explore what it means to have a Christian worldview and offer solid, effective ways to read and understand God’s Word. You’ll learn how you can help your child develop a resilient, confident faith that influences others.

Do you struggle when your kids struggle? Melt down because they melt down? Whine and complain about their whining and complaining? During your homeschooling or simply all the time as you're at home together? Let's talk together about our TRIGGERS — the things they do that are causing us to react in anger rather than respond in kindness. When are children do wrong we can still do right! Let's make a better plan together!

In our time together, I’ll share how God helped us navigate the murky waters of spiritual fallout. I’ll share the struggles. I’ll share how God revealed his wisdom, and how he prepared and sustained us. I’ll discuss how family is on the heart of God, and how he wants all his children to walk with him and seek him in all things.

Make no mistake about it, family is under attack from the evil one. And the homeschool world is not a haven… it’s a choice in how we educate our children. It’s a great choice, but it is not our haven—God is. We're to be wise as serpents and gentle as doves as we seek him. And most importantly, we’re not to be sleeping at the wheel… we must be diligent. Academics are important, but God must be at the helm. He is a lamp unto our feet and a light unto our path, Ps 119:105.

We’re in the trenches with you and will remain so until we see him face to face. The world is growing darker, but his light illumines our way! I’m passionate about sharing our journey with you for God’s glory and our good (2Corinthians 1:3-4).

Do you ever wonder why some students are phenomenal readers but poor spellers? Join us in cracking the code of English spelling while learning a new multi-sensory approach to teaching spelling! Learn answers to questions about the English language such as “Why is there a silent final E in have?” “Why don’t we use -TION in the word confusion?” “What is saying /sh/ in the word social?” Minimize the need for rote memorization of words by learning the phonograms and spelling rules that explain 98% of English words!

In this day and age of “Fake News” and the accessibility of information on the internet, how can we be sure that we are finding good sources of information? What is the best way to verify facts in a Facebook post or news feed pop-up? This seminar will help both parents and students come up with strategies for finding good sources for research as well as real life.

Do you have a reluctant writer? A fidgety or active child? A creative genius who hates the formulaic requirements of writing? There are ways to engage all of these learners! Writing does not have to go counter to your child’s personality. Techniques like structure, organization, and even research can be taught in the midst of activities they enjoy. Join us to learn five activities that will spark the imagination of the most reluctant writer.

Wondering if you can homeschool high school and prepare your students for their future? Of course, you can! Join Jamie, homeschool mom of 6, as she shares her story of homeschooling 4 in high school, helping them discern their post-high school path, and getting them into college or a career debt-free. Free gift will give you the tools you need to be an extraordinary homeschool high school parent!

Geography is sometimes relegated as an “add-on” school subject and is often poorly presented. But having a firm grasp of geography has tremendous value in providing “hooks” on which students can hang the endless flow of information they will encounter throughout their lives. Let Patty Blackmer show how you can teach geography easily and successfully. Because of the unique use of effective memory tricks, this program is versatile enough to teach your 3rd through 12th grade students at the same time! And--there’s NO PREP TIME!

Watch this workshop video and learn how to write an effective paragraph. For homeschool parent-teachers, this workshop will walk you through how to effectively teach writing. For homeschool students, this video will show you the steps to follow to create a rhetorically accurate paragraph.

This video implements The Baran Method, which has been used to successfully teach thousands of students, from 2nd grade through 12th grade, how to write competently and confidently.

Is your child a struggling learner? Does he or she: reverse letters?have short attention span?Have difficulty with body space?have difficulty following multiple instructions?behave immaturely for their age?have a diagnosis of ADHD, Dyslexia or Dysgraphia? If you answered yes to any of the questions above, then this workshop is for you. Our key to finding the right solution: discover the root cause of the problem instead of focusing on the symptoms. See how we can help!

Website:
abcfoundations.org

Is your child a struggling learner? Does he or she: reverse letters?have short attention span?Have difficulty with body space?have difficulty following multiple instructions?behave immaturely for their age?have a diagnosis of ADHD, Dyslexia or Dysgraphia? If you answered yes to any of the questions above, then this workshop is for you. Our key to finding the right solution: discover the root cause of the problem instead of focusing on the symptoms. See how we can help!

Website:
abcfoundations.org

Is your child a struggling learner? Does he or she: reverse letters?have short attention span?Have difficulty with body space?have difficulty following multiple instructions?behave immaturely for their age?have a diagnosis of ADHD, Dyslexia or Dysgraphia? If you answered yes to any of the questions above, then this workshop is for you. Our key to finding the right solution: discover the root cause of the problem instead of focusing on the symptoms. See how we can help!

Website:
abcfoundations.org

Is your child a struggling learner? Does he or she: reverse letters?have short attention span?Have difficulty with body space?have difficulty following multiple instructions?behave immaturely for their age?have a diagnosis of ADHD, Dyslexia or Dysgraphia? If you answered yes to any of the questions above, then this workshop is for you. Our key to finding the right solution: discover the root cause of the problem instead of focusing on the symptoms. See how we can help!

Website:
abcfoundations.org

This video gives you insight on the leading Health Care Ministry.

Entrepreneurship is a powerful teaching tool for you and your homeschooler. Grit, determination, math, salesmanship, language skills, reading, writing, and so much more are learned when kids embark on creating a business. When taught correctly, these experiences can be transformational for our children, even if they don't become entrepreneurs when they are grown. However, that will only happen when we teach them correct principles along with the skills of entrepreneurship. Come and learn with us how you can teach the correct approach to money and entrepreneurship and let us help you get your kids going on their first entrepreneurship experience.

All children have eight intelligences that can be used when learning. Each one will be defined and illustrated. Learn how to help your children learn with all 8 and how they are relevant to academic success, spiritual growth, obedience, and career choice. Stop asking, “How smart is my child?” and ask “How is my child smart?”

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Socialism is now becoming a mainstream political possibility. But is it the answer to America's problems as advertised by politicians and academics? This presentation will cover the foundation of the American system, why it is incompatible with Socialism moving forward, the inherent dangers of adopting a Socialist government, and why this ideology is becoming so popular.

If Religion wasnʼt important to the founders, why was it the first “right” they wrote to be protected? The first amendment is often so misconstrued from its original intent, that it is often being used to take away the very rights its meant to protect. Massey will not only explain all the ins and outs of the first amendment but do so in a way that will empower you to stand for freedom.

Growing up, Ana’s father read to her from the encyclopedia each night before bed, instilling in her a love of history and a passion for learning. As a homeschooling mom, Ana soon discovered living books — way better than the encyclopedia — and an incredible way to encourage children to fall in love with reading while shaping their faith and character. In this session, she’ll show you how to bring your own kids up using living books and wholesome biographies that build godly character and why that’s so important!

https://www.theycallmeblessed.org/character-building-books/

Homeschooling offers the possibility to educate in a way that is lasting and meaningful. We don’t have to see it as a list of tasks to be completed. We can see it as the opportunity it is to learn through meaningful discussions, experiences, deep understanding, and the building of relationships. Come to receive practical ideas and listen as this homeschool graduate and author shares about her unique view of education given through the meaningful approach her family took to homeschooling.

Jared will present five steps to help homeschoolers transition to trade school, college, or university with confidence. The focus will be on obtaining the right understanding, mindset, and vision for the future to help ensure students obtain a fulfilling life’s work.

Francie Black has a twenty year progression through technology product training, project management, software development management, and business development. As a former Sr. Management Consultant she has consulted with Fortune 500 companies, as well as, early stage tech startups. Francie, now an independent technology consultant, works with companies doing project management and technology training. In 2015 she founded Home Hacker Camp, which offers Robotics & Programming Courses, Camps and Curriculum. You can also see Francie live each week on the ABC WLOS News Tech Time Segment. Check out Francie’s tech tip blog at ipadwisdom.com and her programming classes at homehackercamp.com. Reach out to Francie at [email protected]

Christian homeschoolers have an obligation to educate their children with a heart for the world. Help your children move beyond your own backyard, state, and even hemisphere with a globally-minded perspective that produces empathy and instills a sense of purpose. Join Sarita Holzmann to discover how literature is one of the simplest – and yet most powerful – ways to develop a Christ-centered, global mindset in your family.

An overview of 6,000 years of History and why America is unique.

You know that you can’t just let your child “get away with stuff,” but there doesn’t seem to be a way to provide consequences that don’t cause a meltdown, make matters worse, make you feel guilty, or feel like your punishing yourself. Natural consequences don’t seem to be enough and changes in behavior need to happen because you’re just ready to enjoy your children and have some peace at home.

This training will help you to understand the reasons why consequences are actually important and are beneficial to your child and your relationship with them, as well as, the pitfalls to avoid that make matters worse and what you can start doing to make consequences more effective and less stressful... making you more confident in using them as a part of your discipline plan.

Links to accompany the talk:

Guide for altering responses to your child: https://marvelous-artisan-6284...

Guide for how to respond to work refusal: https://marvelous-artisan-6284...

Whether your child has special needs or just makes school time stressful, this is the perfect training for you to make sure you are providing a variety of ways to make school more approachable and achievable.

This talk gives you all the knowledge on how to create your own unique plan for your child, so that, you can set goals, track progress, and provide supports and accommodations that meet their needs and help them to be more successful academically and emotionally.

There are more than 50 accommodations and supports suggested from a licensed clinical professional counselor with experience writing and implementing numerous IEPs. You don’t need an official IEP from your school district to provide for your child’s needs (though there are tips in the training on how to access one if desired). You will walk away from this equipped to make a plan that will set you on the path toward progress!

Logic is fundamental, but it is powerless without rhetoric: written and verbal communication constructed to potently prove, persuade, and move our fellow humans. Training students to reason soundly and to write and speak compellingly is to empower them with potent sanity in this crazy age they are going to inherit.

Identity – how children define themselves – is extremely important. It controls behavior. Learn other reasons it matters and how it influences children’s academics, relationships, future, hopes, and so much more. Learn how to parent so children will have a healthy identity and believe the most important identities of all.

The greatest enemy of homeschooling that all parents contend with is fear. Don’t let fear steal from your family’s ability to enjoy and thrive in this homeschooling journey. Come and be encouraged as Ashley shares strategies for recognizing and eliminating fear from your homeschool! This homeschool graduate and daughter of homeschooling pioneers Debbie and Greg Strayer will calm your fears and leave you with a sense of hope.

While we all focus on the academic success of our students during their formative years, everyone agrees that character matters. Soft Skills like self-awareness and self-management, which are the basis of Emotional Intelligence, are now recognized as the greatest indicator of success. Beyond IQ and academics, those who find fulfillment and success in life have a high EQ (Emotional Intelligence). Let’s define and discuss the recipe for this Secret Sauce of Success! Students and Parents can enjoy an interactive learning experience to discover and develop this AWESOME SAUCE!!

As a foundational Charlotte Mason philosophy, nature study has been shown to trains a child’s power of observation and benefits children both academically and emotionally. In this talk, Jeannie will share the studies that support the need for children to spend time in nature and how you can make it rewarding for the whole family. She will discuss foundational teaching tools, field guide applications, teaching techniques, and how to create nature journals.

There is a reason that American school children score at the very bottom on international science assessments. It is the ineffective way in which science is taught in schools. Most of us were subjected to this system and obtained only a cursory understanding of science. As homeschoolers, we have the freedom and opportunity to throw out those unproductive techniques. We can truly impart a deeper knowledge and love for science. Jeannie will share five vital steps, inspired by Charlotte Mason, that will ensure you impart a superior science education. These five steps will not only enrich your homeschool, they will prepare your children for high school and college.

Every parent wants to find a curriculum that captures their child’s interest and encourages a love for learning. But, how do you know that what works for one student will work for another? How can you find the perfect fit without starting over year after year? In “The Right Fit,” our expert discusses your child’s unique brain and how to choose a curriculum in light of his or her specific interests, needs, and learning style.

Recent discoveries about the brain reveal its amazing workings and unbelievable capabilities. But, how do we as parents help our children tap into that incredible potential? Part 1 covers the top ways to engage the brain, how timing is everything, the importance of self-control, and how our emotions directly affect our working memory. Plan to get involved and enjoy this fast-paced seminar.

Part 2 discusses the power of goals, where we place our focus and values, and the processing power of the rest of our brain. We look at the importance of our words as well as ways to feed your student’s spirit with encouragement that lasts. We then discuss how we can leverage the incredible workings of the mind, and cover ways to maximize your child’s learning potential.

Do you have a struggling reader who needs help with comprehension? An advanced reader who needs to slow down and analyze texts more carefully? A student preparing for the ACT or SAT? How about a child who memorizes spelling words and then promptly forgets them? Then this session is for you! Join me for about half an hour and learn many practical, easy-to-implement strategies for teaching language arts to every child in your home!

Many students can complete grammar worksheets and define parts of speech, but they are often unable to apply grammar concepts to writing. In this presentation, learn a more effective (and less time-consuming!) method to help students truly understand grammar and sentence structure in a way that impacts writing. Grammar lessons are appropriate for students of all ages, and session includes specific writing strategies for all ages as well.

Many people think that some are just born with a “photographic memory”. But we now know that this amazing ability can be easily taught. Teach your children the lifelong skill of studying for tests by taking a picture of the contents of a chapter. These memory techniques are commonly used by Cambridge University students to reduce studying time.

For some children, math is a monster! They hate it and always feel dumb when doing it. These children have difficulty learning math facts. They tend to do poorly on tests, because they “forget” how to do the math processes (division, fractions, algebra, etc.) In this workshop you will learn how to help your child 1) finally store the math facts in their long term memory, and 2) finally store math processes in their long term memory. Your child will finally be able to pass the math tests and go on to the higher math courses using right brain math. No curriculum to purchase… just fast, effective, right brain strategies to use at home to reduce math frustration and tears! So many moms report that their child now likes math.

These powerful visual memory techniques work with all types of learners, and can be a God-send for a child who has an auditory processing glitch. Have a happier child this year. Even works with adults!

Do you have a child who seems to be “allergic” to a pencil?

If you have a child who groans and fusses about writing, or still writes reversals, or spells a word orally correctly but leaves out letters when he writes, this workshop is for you! This child’s math papers are often hard to read because the numbers are lined up so poorly! These children are often thought of as sloppy, lazy, or unmotivated when they really have a writing glitch. They are using way too much energy for the writing process, so they are reluctant to put pencil to paper for anything. This often is a true Dysgraphia. The writing learning gate is the most common gate that is blocked with gifted kids. They know so much, but just can’t get their thoughts down in writing because of this blocked learning gate.

In this workshop you will be shown a daily exercise you can do with your child to get the writing into his “automatic” brain hemisphere, and take the stress out of his writing system. Because this exercise remediates Visual/Motor Processing, it is used throughout the United States by athletes to improve performance on the court or field!

Sometimes titled, “Kids and Teenagers with Focus/Attention Issues…a different approach.”)

Johnny is a constant motion machine. Tom cries in frustration over minor matters. Susie forgets what she has just learned. According to Dr. Sydney Walker, children tend to “act how they feel”. This fascinating workshop provides you with clues to your child’s brain/body chemistry. William Crook, MD, has found that over 85% of children who suffer with Sensory Processing Disorders or attention or mood disorders when older have experienced multiple ear infections as a young child. Untreated, these children often go on to have many hidden food allergies and asthma.

Do you have a child whom you suspect has an Auditory Processing Problem?

There are ten auditory channels. Some channels affect academics (reading, phonics and sight words, spelling, and math), while others affect everyday life (easily confused, misunderstands verbal information, poor working memory, speech delay or articulation issues).

Become your child’s own diagnostician as you identify, bypass, and correct auditory processing problems at home. Learn to bypass the auditory learning glitch by using the child’s natural photographic memory and how to correct the auditory glitch by using the proven methods of home Brain Integration Therapy and Targeted Nutritional Interventions.

Jennifer Johnson is the head of Vyne and Branches ministry. A ministry that helps families navigate Internet safety and awareness. She is a veteran homeschool mom of 21 years. She's been married to her husband, Steve, for 28+ years. They have three children of their own: Andrew 27, Caleb 23, and a daughter Alice 14. They also have an adopted son in Uganda named Jeslor who is 26. He runs an orphanage there with over 40 children. They also have three dogs and three birds.

They homeschooled their oldest son for two years, their middle son for nine years, and now they are in the middle of raising and homeschooling their daughter.

Jennifer is a speaker, she loves to cook, and she was a music major in college, but most of all she is a wife and mother that tries fiercely to Love and protect her family. She has been a Christian her entire life. However, she began her personal relationship with Jesus in college. She lives every day praying and hoping to get closer to Jesus.

She hopes that this ministry and video will prompt conversations. Her main goal is to help you keep your family and love ones safe!

In this talk, Andrew shares many humorous experiences (and painful lessons) he has learned over thirty years of teaching and homeschooling, including: It’s hard not to do to your kids what was done to you; process over product; all kids are different; “progressive” education doesn’t mean progress; what real “college and career readiness” is; and two secret keys to successful teaching. You will be challenged or reassured (or both!) but sure to leave with an expanded vision of your calling as a home educator.

In 2003, Historical Conquest was a concept product created as a college English class assignment. The assignment was to create a product that would change the world, but it had to be doable in a dorm setting. After that class the founder, Zack Edwards, took the idea and merged the market research and product development into other class assignments. At that point, Zack saw more purpose in his classes and the lessons he learned had more meaning to them. In this presentation, Zack Edwards, founder of Historical Conquest, gives us great advice in finding age appropriate and accurate information.

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Martin Cothran | Memoria Press
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Joelle Hodge |
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Andrea Lipinski | CiRCE Institute
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John Stonestreet | Colson Center for Christian Worldview
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John Stonestreet | Colson Center for Christian Worldview
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Dr. Melanie Wilson |
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Dr. Melanie Wilson |
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Nicholeen Peck | Teaching Self-Government
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Nicholeen Peck | Teaching Self-Government
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Nicholeen Peck | Teaching Self-Government
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Steve Demme |
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Steve Demme |
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Steve Demme |
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Steve Demme |
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Helena Sorensen | The Rabbit Room
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A.S. “Pete” Peterson | The Rabbit Room
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Jennifer Trafton | The Rabbit Room
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Douglas McKelvey | The Rabbit Room
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Jonathan Rogers | The Rabbit Room
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Douglas McKelvey | The Rabbit Room
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Jonathan Rogers | The Rabbit Room
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Jesse Florea | Focus on the Family
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Daniel Huerta | Focus on the Family
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Daniel Huerta | Focus on the Family
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Daniel Huerta | Focus on the Family
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Daniel Huerta | Focus on the Family
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Daniel Huerta | Focus on the Family
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Glenn Stanton | Focus on the Family
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Glenn Stanton | Focus on the Family
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Glenn Stanton | Focus on the Family
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Adam Holz | Focus on the Family
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Adam Holz | Focus on the Family
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Adam Holz | Focus on the Family
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Adam Holz | Focus on the Family
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Jennifer Cabrera, Hifalutin Homeschooler | Hifalutin Homeschooler
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Jennifer Cabrera, Hifalutin Homeschooler | Hifalutin Homeschooler
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Jennifer Cabrera, Hifalutin Homeschooler | Hifalutin Homeschooler
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Dr. Tom Kemnitz |
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Dr. Tom Kemnitz |
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Susan Blackwell | Homeschooling the Special Needs Child
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Susan Blackwell | Homeschooling the Special Needs Child
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Cheryl Swope | Cheryl Swope, M.Ed., Simply Classical
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Cheryl Swope | Cheryl Swope, M.Ed., Simply Classical
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Kristen Eckenwiler |
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Colleen Kessler | Raising Lifelong Learners
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Ann Karako | AnnieandEverything.com
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Marisa Boonstra | Called to Mothering
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Dr. Jeff Myers | Summit Ministries
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Dr. Jeff Myers | Summit Ministries
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Massey Campos | Self-Evident Ministry
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Brett Kunkle | MAVEN
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Sean Allen |
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Massey Campos | Self-Evident Ministry
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Massey Campos | Self-Evident Ministry
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Rhonda Helmreich | Sonlight Curriculum
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Judy Wnuk | Sonlight Curriculum
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Sheila DelCharco |
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Dr. Christopher Perrin | Classical Academic Press
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Dr. Jeff Myers | Summit Ministries
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Erin Kunkle | MAVEN
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Brett Kunkle | MAVEN
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Randall Goodgame | Slugs & Bugs
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Andrew Pudewa | Institute for Excellence in Writing
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Wendy Speake |
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Ashley Wiggers | Homeschooling Today Magazine
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