Peggy Alier

Peggy has been involved in Christian education for over 35 years as a homeschool mom, classroom teacher, substitute teacher, tutor, and elementary-level curriculum writer. Working with her own struggling learner at home and substituting in a Christian special education school led Peggy to pursue further training through a special education degree. She desires every child to acquire the tools he or she needs to reach their full God-given potential. Peggy and her husband, Arnold, live in South Carolina. They have three grown children. Peggy stays in touch with homeschooling as her oldest daughter homeschools three of their grandchildren.

Workshops from Peggy Alier (may vary by event location)

Study Skills for Science and History

Is your child struggling to retain material? Does he read and reread a text and not retain the information? Does he listen to a video course then struggle to answer questions? Find ways to help your child develop study skills and strategies to find success.

Encouragement, History, Other Academics, Science

To Test or Not to Test?

When should you start to grade assignments and projects? Is a report card necessary? Should my kids use their books and notes to take tests? How do I decide what grade to give? What other assessments can I use? Let’s discuss these and other questions you may have about tests and grading.

Encouragement, Other Academics