BJU Press Homeschool/HomeWorks by PreceptWaco, TXNashville, TN
Sharon Fisher is a wife, mother, and grandmother who has a passion for encouraging homeschool parents and Christian educators to teach children with excellence and with a biblical worldview. She holds a B.S. and an M.A. in Elementary Education.
She has many years of full-time teaching experience in the elementary classroom, served as Curriculum Coordinator for Bob Jones Academy, and served as an elementary author for BJU Press. She has contributed to a variety of elementary educational materials and has presented workshops both nationally and internationally on a variety of topics and teaching methods. She serves as Social Media Coordinator, Workshop Speaker and Coordinator, Blog Writer, and Curriculum Specialist for Homeworks by Precept, a provider of excellent homeschool materials.
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Twitter: www. twitter.com/schooledbygrace
Workshops from Sharon Fisher ( may vary by event location )
Finding Balance in Your Homeschooling Journey
God has given us many relationships and responsibilities and keeping them in balance is tricky while we homeschool. We need His grace and some good planning to help guide us as we educate our children. We will discuss prioritizing relationships and responsibilities, home management, grocery shopping and meal prep, organization and homeschooling. This will be a helpful and practical workshop!
About to Burn Out? Here’s Some Help for Homeschool Success
Are you feeling like you're being pulled in every direction? If you’re about to burn out, come to get some encouragement and look over some biblical principles and practical tips for balancing homeschooling with the relationships and responsibilities God has given us.
How to Help Your Wiggly Kids Learn
How can you teach anything to a child who won’t sit still? Enjoy some fun, inexpensive techniques that will help your wiggly learners become more focused and help make teaching less frustrating!
Understanding the Needs of a Struggling Learner
Parents know their children better than anyone else and can become well-equipped to make accommodations to meet the needs of their struggling learner. Let’s talk about nutrition, learning environment, teaching and learning materials and styles, and routine to help meet the needs of your special learner.