Sandy Hotz

www.sonlight.com/
Appearing at
Literature-Rich

About

Sandy Hotz is married and has four adult daughters. She homeschooled them each through high school over 27 years. Because of her passion for homeschooling in general, building positive character qualities, desiring a well-rounded education and what she experienced for herself and with her own daughters using a literature-based approach, she worked at homeschool conferences representing Sonlight Curriculum for 20 years.

Online Convention Workshops

  • 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.
  • 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.

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.

Workshops

Sandy Hotz | Sonlight Curriculum
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Literature-Rich
Sandy Hotz | Sonlight Curriculum
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Literature-Rich
Sandy Hotz | Sonlight Curriculum
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Literature-Rich
Sandy Hotz | Sonlight Curriculum
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Literature-Rich
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