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Parents of struggling learners

Parents of struggling learners

We Have the Test Scores, Now What?

How can you use your test scores to upgrade your homeschooling experience? Glenna Toney will review testing patterns and scores and discuss how to use the information to the best interest of your child. Topics include learning disabilities or difficulties such as: dyslexia, processing disorders, retrieval issues, asperger’s, autism, sight readers, word callers, slow learners, advanced and fast learners and addressing learning discrepancies that can impact the student’s learning.

Lifeschooling: The Answer to Homeschool Burnout

Have you heard of lifeschooling and do you know why it is so revolutionary in our current homeschooling environment? Do you long for more time and less stress in your homeschool? As homeschooling has become much more popular, we see more and more families (not just moms!) suffering from homeschool burnout. As a movement, we have slowly lost the wisdom of the pioneers. Danielle will explain the philosophy of lifeschooling, which is really just a fresh label for a returning to the ancient paths. Jeremiah 6:16

Why Is Reading So Hard?

Does your son or daughter seem to be faltering in their efforts to learn to read? Is it the curriculum? Is it you? Based on current research, Kristen and her husband have designed this workshop to help parents better understand the most essential elements of the reading process, along with those critical ingredients that must be emphasized to produce a successful, capable reader.

God Didn’t Make a Mistake

God has a purpose for your child and did not make a mistake! Dara will cover how to accept each child and his individual challenges and how to help each reach his potential. Dara and Tracy successfully homeschooled two boys with genius IQ’s. One also had ADHD, dyslexia and Asperger’s syndrome. The other three boys, of average intelligence, successfully graduated in spite of dyslexia, dysgraphia, ADD and ADHD. Each is on a unique path, but all are becoming the men that God created them to be. They have good self-esteem and are excited about life and love and follow God.