Homeschooling parents often have many things they want to teach their children, but what are the most important things that parents can pass down from one generation to the next? In her talk “Important Things to Teach Our Families” Ruth Adams seeks to encourage parents to intentionally disciple their families in the process of daily learning and living. Ruth is the author of the book “Legacy Reflections of a Homeschooled, Homeschooling Mama” and shares out of almost four decades of involvement in homeschooling both as a student and now as a Mama to seven. Ruth understands the joys and struggles of homeschooling many children and is passionate about helping other mamas embrace the ministry within their homes.
Discover a step-by-step guide to what medical transcription is; medical transcription versus medical billing & coding; learning medical transcription simply and cost-effectively, and avoiding expensive and common mistakes. You will learn about marketing your business easily, operating capital and grants; and everything you wanted to know about pricing, collections, equipment, computers & software, transcription equipment, electronic files, business taxes, professional organizations, networking, employees vs. subcontractors, growing your business throughout the U.S., how to get hands-on work experience, work for services and much more.
There are a lot of options out there when it comes to college preparation. Do we dual enroll? Take the AP, CLEP, DSST, ECE? Is the PSAT necessary? How do I decide between the ACT/SAT? Should I take a gap year? If my child has no idea what he/she wants to do, should we even be looking at college?
There are a lot of different ways to prepare for a career path. We know you have heard lots from your friends, and it can become overwhelming very easily. In this workshop we are going to guide you through a series of questions that allow you to evaluate where you are at as a family, and simplify down what tests, tools and approaches make sense for your exact situation.
Do you know what is legally required to homeschool in Georgia? Dan breaks down Georgia homeschool law in easy-to-understand steps to help you homeschool with confidence. He also highlights legal issues and legislation that impact homeschooling and shares some of the ways he is advocating on behalf of homeschooling families.
With 19 years of home education and four homeschool graduates who have successfully been admitted to their chosen universities, Debby Sjogren has learned by success and some failure how to prepare your children to have an amazing high school transcript. Come listen and learn how you can also best prepare your children for their next level of higher education.
This week, as we’re looking forward to vacation season, we will discuss how to incorporate field trips into your travel. Links Website – Historical field trips from Land Mark Events Website – All things field trips from Word Traveling Pinterest Board – Traveling with Kids Website – Christian Treasure Seekers
Planning out the semester and year ahead allows you to look forward to those times of break with confidence that you are doing everything you need to do to succeed in your homeschool. This week, we will take a look at different ways to approach planning your homeschool year, when it’s time to take a break, and then look very practically at how those things look in our family.
This month, we will take a look at knowing when to give it a break for a while—for all members of your family can use that time of rest! We’ll also spend a week looking at end of semester evaluations and how to organize and keep records for first semester. Along the way, we’ll discuss nurturing our marriages and the discipleship opportunities surrounding the Christmas season. Make sure you check back each week for new content!
Home education is as much about the heart as it is the mind. This is a great time to purposely present your children with service opportunities to help them to start thinking outside of themselves, and we will discuss some different ideas to get your creative juices flowing!
In this video, we will take a look at those mid-semester blues that tends to strike us all and discuss 5 strategies for breaking through them.
In November, many of us suffer from what we refer to as “Mid-semester blues.” We’re going to talk about that – as well as some creative ways to approach the holidays in your homeschool, engage others in your homeschool, and encourage your children to begin to cultivate a heart of service. Make sure you check back each week, so you don’t miss a single conversation!