Homeschooling Through High School
To Umbrella or Not To Umbrella?
Homeschooling: High School to College, Part 1
Homeschooling: High School to College, Part 2
What I Learned My First Years Homeschooling
Homeschooling Pre-K through Early Elementary
...and more to come
Presented by Nicole Green and Kym Kent
This signature workshop, which is the basis for Nicole's book, Homeschool 101: Chart the Course, Enjoy the Journey, takes you through the basics of homeschooling. Beginning with identifying your "WHY," this workshop is a must for new and recent homeschoolers.
HOMESCHOOLING THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL
Yes, you ABSOLUTELY CAN!! In this workshop, Michele Herring, Director of the Mt. Oak Umbrella, walks you through successfully homeschooling your student through High School.
Michele specializes in Homeschool Consulting, offering advice, tutoring and transcripts.
Visit her at http://www.micheleherring.com/
Email Michele at firstname.lastname@example.org
TO UMBRELLA OR NOT TO UMBRELLA (WAIT! EXACTLY WHAT IS AN UMBRELLA ANYWAY???)
Nicole Green and Kym Kent give you the basics of an umbrella and explore questions such as: What is an umbrella and what does it do? Why should I (or should I not) consider an umbrella? What should I look (and look out) for in an umbrella? What questions should I ask when choosing an umbrella?
HOMESCHOOLING: HIGH SCHOOL TO COLLEGE, Part 1
(Homeschooling to 2-year College and Traditional 4-year College/University)
What does it take to homeschool through high school, when the next stop is a two year college or a traditional four year college or university? Nicole Green moderates this panel discussion with experienced homeschool moms who have successfully completed the college application and acceptance process. This video specifically discusses high school classes, transcripts and admission processes for traditional college undergraduate programs.
HOMESCHOOLING: HIGH SCHOOL TO COLLEGE, Part 2
(Homeschooling Your Student Athlete, Performance, Visual or Literary Artist to the College or University of their Choice)
What if your child is a student athlete pursuing collegiate level sports and scholarships? What if your child is in the performing, visual, or literary arts? Nicole Green moderates this panel discussion with homeschoolers who have successfully navigated the unique requirements of the college application and admission processes for student athletes and artists.
WHAT I LEARNED MY FIRST YEARS OF HOMESCHOOLING, Part 1
Roundable Moderated by Myneko Broadhurst
Join a group of relatively new homeschool parents as they discuss their experiences and offer tips on surviving your first years of homeschooling.
HOMESCHOOLING PRE-K THROUGH EARLY ELEMENTARY
Roundable Moderated by Kym Kent
Join this discussion as moms who are homeschooling pre-K through early elementary age children share their insights and experiences.
Homeschool Dads Roundtable Discussion
Preparing for a Homeschool Review (Umbrella and County Reviews)
Tears to Triumph: The Emotional Journey of Homeschooling
... and more
What is homeschooling? What will it truly require of me? How will it change my life?
As a powerful and prolific voice in the homeschooling community, Nicole Green, with insightful wisdom and humor, answers these questions and more, as she captures and defines the essence of homeschooling. After years of teaching these truths in workshops, Nicole has now has published these principles in a book which serves as an essential tool for every new and seeking homeschooler as they embark on the journey of homeschooling. Moreover, this book is a timeless reminder to veteran homeschoolers of the purpose and beauty of homeschooling.
Homeschool 101 moves beyond the mechanics of homeschooling to capture the fundamental heart of homeschooling.
My Teachable Moment. My Lesson Learned. My Ever-Present Help.
This devotional book by Trina Ferguson chronicles the lessons learned as she homeschooled her three children. Whether you homeschool or not, or are on an unexpected journey in your life, join Trina as she shares the good, the bad and the icky lessons to help you through the day.
Embrace the journey and Enjoy the adventure!
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Thousands of resources (articles, information, and more) for new and veteran homeschoolers.
Although there are as many ways to homeschool as there are homeschoolers, this article compares and contrasts the most popular methods. This is a great article for those beginning their homeschooling journey.