Bryan CollegeColumbus, OHNashville, TNAtlanta, GA
Pat Wesolowski is an author, speaker, and homeschooling mother of 9 who is now the Homeschool Specialist at Bryan College in Dayton, TN. After homeschooling her 9 children for the past 32 years, she is finally finished! Pat has a heart for helping parents find joy in their homeschooling experience and, for that reason, loves teaching workshops in order to encourage and equip parents for a fun and successful homeschool experience. Pat is the host of a podcast entitled “Homeschooling Co-op Style,” writes a blog, and has authored numerous unit studies for homeschooled students. She has also published a free e-resource for parents of high school students, available at www.bryan.edu/ebook.
Workshops from Pat Wesolowski ( may vary by event location )
Laid Back, Joy Filled and No Guilt!
Is it possible to be laid-back, enjoy homeschooling and successfully raise children who are prepared for life after they leave home? Yes, It is possible, and when you hear how others have succeeded you will be inspired to follow suit! Whether you have been tied to a particular curriculum for years or tried something different every year, if you are hoping for something better, come and be inspired to be laid-back, joy-filled and lose the guilt!
Preparing for College - It's Easier than You Might Think!
This workshop will cover testing and transcripts, dual enrollment, college choices, gap year programs and other post-high school options. Pat, who homeschooled her nine children all the way through, is now a Homeschool Specialist at a Christian college and she can help you navigate through the high school years successfully!
Better Together - Enrich Your Homeschool Experience
Are you ready for a change? There are many reasons to participate in co-ops while homeschooling and this workshop will help you develop a vision, organize a co-op, and get excited about reaping the many benefits of homeschooling co-op style! Not only will your children look forward to co-op days, so will the parents! Sharing the workload makes it less stressful on the parents. Creating a safe and friendly audience for your students to learn, practice, and hone their public speaking skills is a must if we are to raise children who are able to articulate their faith! What better way to help our students mature than to place them in a classroom setting with break-out sessions and opportunities for debate and discussion of controversial issues? And, if your co-op includes students of all ages, allowing the older students to become the teachers adds even more to the co-op experience.