Sherri Seligson

Sherri Seligson is a 21-year homeschool veteran, M.Ed., and marine biologist. She has authored several Apologia middle and high school science courses as well as their instructional video courses, the Nature Truths devotional, and many other publications. An international conference speaker, Sherri encourages moms and teaches families the value and adventure of studying God’s creation.

Workshops from Sherri Seligson (may vary by event location)

Am I Ruining My Children? What I Wish I Knew As a New Homeschool Mom

Let’s face it. At one time or another we all feel that by homeschooling our children, they are missing out on “something.” Yet these worries come because we are living in the moment and can’t see the big picture. After all, we’re pretty sure the 7th grader down the street is up for a Nobel Prize, everyone else is receiving a full-ride scholarship to Princeton, and we haven’t even begun to cover 13th century humanities in China! RELAX. This workshop will talk you down from the cliff – or at least encourage you that homeschooling is the BEST thing for your children. Join Sherri in a humorous, informative and revealing discussion as she shares how she went from stressing over teaching everything about everything to trusting in the path, resources, and experiences God had for her children.

Biblical Worldview & Culture, Encouragement, For Men, For Women, Getting Started, Mom Encouragement

What’s Going On With Your Middle Schooler and How to Prepare Them for High School

As children mature, they experience drastic changes: physically, intellectually, emotionally, and even spiritually. It’s a natural (and good!) process of moving into adulthood. Homeschooling gives parents the unique ability to daily walk alongside them. They’ll need more sleep; more time to process what they learn; more understanding; and more showers! Join Sherri as she walks you through how to homeschool and parent during this fun and exciting development in life. Her research studies in middle school brain development shed much light on these newly-formed “nocturnal humans” in your home.

Discipleship, Brain Organization