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Conference:

Linn County
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 22 through 23, 2018

OR-2018 Build Your House - Homeschooling for the Kingdom

Presented by: Oregon Christian Home Education Association Network
Recording ID: 18-SET
Original Price: $310.50
Set Price: $99.00

2018 Complete Conference Set

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 18-01Family Worship: The Forgotten Home Discipleship Tool by: Voddie Baucham18-02American Exceptionalism by: David Barton18-03 Culture Wars: How They Affect the Homeschool Family and How We Respond by: Voddie Baucham18-04Keeping Truth in History by: David Barton18-101Bible Study Basics: How to Study and Teach the Bible at Home by: Voddie Baucham18-102Sex, Porn, and Your Kids:Age Appropriate Conversations by: Corey Gilbert18-103Life is a Bowl of Cherries by: Betsy Ray18-104Developing a Plan for High School: Sample Four-Year Plans by: Carol Becker18-105A Mom's Sentimental Journey by: Vicki Bentley18-106Thriving in Higher Education: Opportunities and Challenges by: Eliot Grasso18-107The Challenged and Challenging Child by: HELP Vendor18-108Biblical Stewardship with Continuing Education Credits by: Timothy Partners18-109Getting Started Teaching Kids with Learning Difficulties by: Marianne Sunderland18-110The Days of Creation by: Pat Roy18-152Why Christian Collegiate Education? by: New StAndrews18-153Experience Excellence in Writing by: Institute for Excellence in Writing18-154Making the Cut: A Candid Look at Independent Filmmaking by: Little Crews Studio18-155Emergency Services by: Civil Air Patrol Oregon Wing18-156Top Ten Homeschooling Secrets to Ace the SAT/ACT/PSAT by: College Prep Genius18-157Storytellers: The Gatekeepers of our Heritage by: Jack Dublin18-158Developing a Quiet Time with God by: Real Life Bible Studies18-181It's Easy to Homeschool - Dads (and Sons) and Donuts by: Dick Karman18-182You've Got What It Takes, and It's Not What You Think - Moms (and Daughters) and Muffins by: Dorothy Karman18-201Don't Let Home Education Destroy Your Marriage! by: Voddie Baucham18-202Leading Your Family in a Tech'ed-Out World- by: Corey Gilbert18-203Getting It All Done: Loop Scheduling for Homeschooling and Homemaking by: Tauna Meyer18-204High School Transcript Clinic: Practical Help and Tips by: Carol Becker18-205Exploring Curriculum Options by: Vicki Bentley18-206Evangelism, Mission Trips, and Spanish by: Living Waters Spanish18-207Key Principles for Living Life with Passion, Purpose, and Victory by: Cheryl's Christian Books18-208Math is More than Just Numbers with RightStart™ Math by: Right Start Mathematics 18-209Avoiding and Overcoming Homeschool Burnout by: Marianne Sunderland18-210Made in the Image of God by: Pat Roy18-301God in the Constitution by: David Barton18-302Oregon Homeschool Law: Past, Present and Future by: Dorothy Karman, Rodger Williams18-303#IBELONGTOCHRIST by: Betsy Ray18-304Charting Your Way Through High School for College, Workforce, or Military by: Carol Becker18-305The Word for Wee Ones by: Vicki Bentley18-306Free College at Your Fingertips by: College Prep Genius18-307Aerospace Education/STEM by: Civil Air Patrol Oregon Wing18-308Been there. Done That. Still Doing It! by: Sandy Belschner18-309Help for the Hopelessly Unorganized Child: ?Homeschooling Kids with ADD or ADHD by: Marianne Sunderland18-310Dinosaurs and the Bible by: Pat Roy18-401Four Centuries of American Education by: David Barton18-402The Christian Man as Father by: Voddie Baucham18-404Essential Skills for Successful Teens: Study and Time Management by: Carol Becker18-405Hope for the Organizationally Challenged by: Vicki Bentley18-406Build an Amazing Homeschool Transcript by: Jean Burk, College Prep Genius18-409Fearfully and Wonderfully Made by: Marianne Sunderland18-452What It Takes to Be a Missionary Pilot! by: Mission Aviation Fellowship18-453The Challenged and Challenging Child by: HELP Vendor18-454Hands-on Aerospace Activities by: Civil Air Patrol Oregon Wing18-455The Art of Grammar Across the Ages by: Classical Conversations 18-456Making a Difference: Children with Character by: Accelerated Christian Education 18-457Written In The Stars: by: Jack Dublin18-458Fractions: From Fear to Fun with RightStart™ Math! by: Right Start Mathematics 18-501Know the Bible by: David Barton18-502Our Valuable Homeschool Freedoms: Remain Vigilant, Be Vocal, Experience Victory by: OCEAN Freedom Watch Team18-503Developing and Teaching Your Family a Biblical Sexual Ethic by: Corey Gilbert18-504The College Admissions Process: The Homeschooled Student's Guide by: Carol Becker18-505Homeschooling Middles While You Still Have Littles by: Vicki Bentley18-506Best Kept Secret to Free College: The PSAT by: College Prep Genius18-509You Can Homeschool Your Child with Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, and Dyslexia: Identifying, Accommodating, and Remediating by: Marianne Sunderland18-601Biblical Manhood in the Home by: Voddie Baucham18-602Homeschool Child Abuse, Government Control, and Homeschool Freedoms by: Dr. Brian Ray18-603This is My Story. This is My Song! by: Joyce Padilla18-604 You Can Homeschool High School…If You Can Make It Through Tomorrow! by: Carol Becker18-605When Life Broadsides Your Homeschool by: Vicki Bentley18-609Raising Kids with Vision by: Marianne Sunderland This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.

Carol will guide parents in considering critical aspects of a high school student’s homeschool plan. Topics presented will include what subjects to teach and their timing, whether to follow a basic high school plan or a rigorous college prep plan, how to evaluate credits and determine grades, and whether or not transcripts and diplomas are needed. If you are beginning to think about homeschooling during the high school years, this seminar will help you organize your thoughts so you can begin laying the groundwork for a viable four-year plan. Handouts: http://www.oceanetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/Developing-High-School-Plan.pdf

ID: 18-105
Friday;
Jun. 22, 2018
$4.50

Twenty-plus years and seventeen kids later, what a veteran homeschool mom would repeat and what she would do differently on this homeschooling journey!

ID: 18-107
Friday;
Jun. 22, 2018
$4.50

Help for the parents who have tried everything and are at their wits end. HELP has been working with families to HELP Elevate Learning Processing for over 30 years.

Learn what the Bible has to say about financial stewardship, which includes debt, budgeting, investing and a lesser known concept—stewardship of culture. Discover how your homeschooler can earn continuing education credits through the process.

Discover award-winning Excellence in Writing, a method of teaching composition that really works. Using this program, students of all ages will learn to write stories, reports, and essays with style. This workshop will give you an overview of the program and show you how to get started.

This is a crash course for those interested in filmmaking. Joel Steege, director/producer of The Runner from Ravenshead and The Defense of New Haven, shares just what it takes to make an independent Christian film. Bonus: view newly-released behind-the-scenes footage from Little Crew Studios' productions.

ID: 18-155
Friday;
Jun. 22, 2018
$4.50

Be part of the solution during a natural disaster. Learn to be prepared and how to act in your local community.

Homeschoolers are not at a disadvantage when it comes to acing standardized tests. But there are little-known secrets that can hinder scores and scholarship money. We uncover wrong information that has been perpetrated for years. Discover why colleges are coveting homeschoolers and how they use tests like the SAT/ACT and PSAT to validate the transcript. You will join tens of thousands of informed families and walk away knowing the key to beating these tests and how your student can receive life-changing, incredible scholarship money.

ID: 18-202
Friday;
Jun. 22, 2018
$4.50

Technology is inescapable, but it is also not the enemy. Learn to manage tech so it does not manage you. It can be a great tool for us and our families.

Always feeling behind? Wondering how to get it all done? Find out about this simple and flexible tool and how you can incorporate it into your homemaking and homeschooling!

You will walk out of this session knowing how to share the Gospel, both in Spanish and English. Be ready to share the Good News with anyone, anywhere, whether with a neighbor or on a mission trip.

Poetry is beautiful because it has rhyme, reason, and pattern. Poetry paints a picture. It is so much more than letters; math is so much more than numbers. RightStart™ Math becomes poetry when it’s explored and understood. Do you see the patterns in math? Does math paint a picture? If you said no to these questions, you need to come and discover the beauty of math.

ID: 18-308
Friday;
Jun. 22, 2018
$4.50

Sandy Belschner is a mother of seven and grandmother of five. She began homeschooling their first son in 1994 and is still homeschooling. Hear what Sandy has learned, including what does and does not matter, loving the standards, and that wisdom really is the principle thing. Sandy will share stories about homeschooling in the military, classical education, and being the mother of twins. Her hair used to be fire-engine-red, but she’s happy to be wearing a crown of grey—she knows she’s earned it.

ID: 18-409
Saturday;
Jun. 23, 2018
$4.50

Homeschooling is the perfect opportunity to observe the learning styles and unique gifts and talents of each of your children. ?This session will explain the eight intelligences and how to observe them in your children. God has created each of us uniquely for a purpose. Understand your children’s individuality better, so that you can teach them more effectively. *Complimentary coffee served during Marianne’s sessions.

ID: 18-455
Saturday;
Jun. 23, 2018
$4.50

Languages Through All the Ages: Does the idea of teaching your child English grammar sound daunting? Have you wondered, “Does my child really need to know how to diagram a sentence? Is it possible for Latin to help your student better understand English?” If you have ever asked yourself these questions, learn how Classical Conversations can help you as you educate your children with our programs. Together we will unlock language and discuss the art of grammar.

Do you remember the groans in math class when the word “fraction” was brought up? Well, there is a better and less painful way of teaching fractions! Fractions are fun when they are taught the right way. Discover the beauty and simplicity of fractions using RightStart™ Math.

Practical tips for creating a learning lifestyle—from a mom of 17 homeschooled students (seven school-age at a time). Includes ideas for teaching your preschoolers, as well as multi-level teaching ideas for your school-age kiddos.

Imagine throwing away seven trash bags full of college offers! It happened to my family and it could happen to yours. How? The PSAT. Contrary to popular belief, “P” does not stand for practice. In reality, the PSAT is a scholarship qualifying test, and it can write you a ticket to just about any college. Discover the 3 little-known secrets about the PSAT and 11 steps to success! Learn how to get colleges begging you to enroll and pick up the tab at the same time.

ID: 18-605
Saturday;
Jun. 23, 2018
$4.50

You had a wonderful plan at the beginning of the school year for a well-rounded education, envisioning academic excellence and character development in your smiling, well-adjusted offspring. But then… life happened. How do you find "normal" again? In this workshop, Vicki helps you focus on the essentials when you're on the frontlines, especially in a crisis situation.

Conference:

Lancaster, PA
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 1 through 2, 2018

PA-2018 Walking by Faith and not by Sight

Presented by: Christian Homeschool Association of Pennsylvania
Recording ID: 2018-000
Original Price: $306.00
Set Price: $89.95

The Complete Set of 2018 Recordings

Enjoy every session from the 2018 CHAP Convention in Lancaster, PA with the purchase of this set at 50% off of the Convention price.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 2018-101Living on Borrowed Time: Nine Practices of the Proactive Homeschool Parent by: Steve Scheibner2018-103How to Teach Reading: It May Not Be as Easy as You Think by: Kristen Eckenwiler2018-104Help, I Don't Know What I am Doing by: Brandy Gleason2018-105The Powerful Gift of Multi-Sensory Teaching by: Kristen Eckenwiler2018-106"Peter" Homeschool Grad Steps out In Faith Ministry/Business by: Forrest Davis2018-107Teach the Way You Were Taught? No! by: Kristen Eckenwiler2018-108A Woman of Remarkable Endurance by: Brandy Gleason2018-111Maintaining Chaos in Daily Life by: Brandy Gleason2018-112Homeschool Truths that I Keep Re-Learning by: Kristen Eckenwiler2018-113Rebellion in the House by: Brandy Gleason2018-114The Growing Push for Homeschool Oversight: A Parent's Response by: Dan Beasley2018-115Does My Child Have a Learning Disability? by: Kristen Eckenwiler2018-116Oh Lord, Increase My Faith by: Brandy Gleason2018-117Escapism: Avoiding the Snares of Media by: Chuck Black2018-118Strategies to Teach a Struggling Reader by: Kristen Eckenwiler2018-203The 3 R's by: Chad Skolny2018-204Battling with Behavior? by: Steve Scheibner, Megan Scheibner2018-205Up-to-date Review of Homeschool Laws, Legislation and Legal Issues in PA by: Dan Beasley2018-206Dealing with Doubt: Strengthening Your Child's Faith by: Chuck Black2018-207The A-Z of a Character Healthy Homeschool by: Steve Scheibner, Megan Scheibner2018-208Homeschooling Math Without a Plan? You've Got to be Kidding! by: Tom Clark2018-211The Disciple Making Mom by: Megan Scheibner2018-2126 Secrets of a Successful College Prep Math Program by: Kathryn Gomes2018-213Top Ten Myths of Homeschooling Math by: Tom Clark2018-214Hand-in-Hand: Marriage and Homeschooling by: Steve Scheibner, Megan Scheibner2018-215Simplifying Algebra for the Hesitant Learner (When are we going to need this stuff anyway?) by: Tom Clark2018-216Training Young Men to be Gentlemen in a Feminist Culture by: Steve Scheibner2018-217Homeschooling a Dyslexic Child by: Barb Beideman2018-303The High Cost of Anger by: Dr. S.M. Davis2018-304Developing Creative and Critical Thinking Skills by: Debra Bell2018-305What to Expect from a 12 Year Old by: Dr. S.M. Davis2018-306Writers-in-Residence: Inspire Your Kids to Write Their Hearts Out by: Debra Bell2018-307The Power of Secrets by: Dr. S.M. Davis2018-308Getting Started & Homeschooling Basics in PA by: Barb Beideman2018-311Standing Strong Through High School by: Debra Bell2018-312How Right Priorities Can Prevent or Solve Family Problems by: Dr. S.M. Davis2018-313Academic Writing: What Is It? Why Does It Matter? How Do I Teach It? by: Debra Bell2018-314The Life Transforming Power of Kindness by: Dr. S.M. Davis2018-315Accredited by God: Who Has the Power to Homeschool? by: Chad Skolny2018-316Raising Independent Learner by: Debra Bell2018-317Stories From the Front Line by: Chad Skolny2018-318When to Let Go of Young Adult Prodigals by: Dr. S.M. Davis2018-402When Bible History and World History Meet Face to Face by: Linda Hobar2018-403Conquering Sibling Rivalry by: Imran and Tami Razvi2018-404Six Artists of the Renaissance That Everyone Ought to Know by: Linda Hobar2018-405How and Why We Plan Our Week by: Imran and Tami Razvi2018-406To Grade or Not To Grade? by: Linda Hobar2018-4075 Key Components of Elementary Math at Home by: Kathryn Gomes2018-408Overcoming Learning Disabilities by: Imran and Tami Razvi2018-411Call to Arms: The Guts & Glory of Courageous Fatherhood by: Chuck Black2018-4122ML - Second Mile Leadership for Homeschool Fathers by: Steve Scheibner2018-413Is Your Homeschool Marriage Hitting "Bad Cell Areas" by: Imran and Tami Razvi2018-414Showing Our Children How to Live Passionately for God's Glory by: Bob and Debby Sjogren2018-415Focus on Honor: A Dad's Role in Homeschooling by: Imran and Tami Razvi2018-416Losing It: A Homeschooling Parent's Guide to Overcoming Anger by: Luke Gilkerson2018-417Top 5 Lessons for Homeschooling Families by: Bob and Debby Sjogren2018-418Finding God's Vision for Your Family: In One Accord with God & Each Other by: Imran and Tami Razvi2018-502"The Talk" from Toddlers to Teenagers by: Luke Gilkerson2018-503Preparing Small Children to be Homeschooled by: Bob and Debby Sjogren2018-5043 No-Fail Strategies for Ending the Screen Time Struggle by: Luke Gilkerson2018-505Is Math Straining Your Relationship with Your Children? by: Tom Clark2018-506"Spiders" by: Mike Snavely2018-5077 Sex Ed Mistakes You Might Be Making by: Luke Gilkerson2018-508"The Hunters and the Hunted" by: Mike Snavely2018-511Training Them Up to Serve by: Bob and Debby Sjogren2018-512What Teens and Tweens Should Know About WW I by: Linda Hobar2018-513"The Stricken Earth" by: Mike Snavely2018-514Teaching Your Kids to Memorize Scripture in 5 Minutes a Day by: Luke Gilkerson2018-515The Good, The Bad, The Ugly: A Real Homeschool Family by: Linda Hobar2018-516"Lost Secrets of the Ancient Civilizations" by: Mike Snavely2018-517Modern History That Shook the World by: Linda Hobar2018-518Experience Astronomy: Fun, Easy Activities to do at Home by: Luke Gilkerson This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.

As a pilot for American Airlines, Steve was very close to the events of 9/11. Steve was originally scheduled to be the co-pilot on AA Flight 11, the first flight to be hijacked on Sept. 11th, 2001. Through a extraordinary set of divine circumstances Steve was bumped from that flight the night before by a more senior pilot. Now, he tells his deeply moving story of God's providence on that terrible day in our history. Come discover why God gave Steve a second chance and now uses him to teach parents all around the world to parent with purpose and urgency as he introduces you to The Nine Practices of The Proactive Parent. Intensely practical and Bible based, the Nine Practices of The Proactive Parent is designed to give parents both the tools they need and the hope necessary to build a Christ-centered, character-driven home environment. The Nine Practices are a great way to revitalize parents in the all important task of parenting. This session will take highlights from the 10- week Parenting Matters small group study. Steve will unwrap the Three Pillars of Parenting, The Motivation Model, The Growth Continuum, The Proactive vs. Reactive Parent, and more. You won’t want to miss this keynote event to jump-start your weekend at the CHAP Convention.

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, this workshop is designed 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.

For decades, learning specialists have understood the power of multi-sensory teaching. Often associated with learning disabilities, this dynamic teaching strategy has found a home in many non-disability settings as well. This workshop is designed to explain the research-based thinking behind multi-sensory teaching methods. Practical suggestions will be given for adding this powerful strategy in your own home.

ID: 2018-107
Friday;
Jun. 1, 2018
$4.25

Teaching the way we were taught is almost inevitable. It’s what we know ... what we’re most comfortable doing. Not everything we experienced in the classroom as children was wrong, but there is so much more we can bring to our own children. Come and learn what research, and experience, have to say about the most effective way to teach in a homeschool environment.

ID: 2018-108
Friday;
Jun. 1, 2018
$4.25

Desiring to be homeschool moms and wives who endure with hope in the race set before us, we will go over how to maintain JOY. The secret is something that we need to do daily (if not moment by moment). You will find this session encouraging as Brandy shows you that you can go through and come out of this journey with a smile on your face; not just surviving but thriving!

ID: 2018-111
Saturday;
Jun. 2, 2018
$4.25

Learn how to manage the chaos of homeschooling and keep a heart of hope and joy through chores, messes, markers on the wall, and diaper changes!

The call for regulation of homeschooling across the nation is increasing. In this workshop, Dan will equip parents to identify, evaluate, and respond effectively to this growing push for homeschool oversight.

ID: 2018-115
Saturday;
Jun. 2, 2018
$4.25

When a homeschooled child seems to flounder for no easily identified reason, parents often exhaust themselves in their search for answers. At some point a parent may wonder if there might be a learning disability at the root of their child’s struggle. Kristen has designed this workshop to help parents sort out the difference between routine struggles and those that could well be a learning disability. We will also explore reasons you may or may not decide on formal testing and how to go about doing that.

ID: 2018-117
Saturday;
Jun. 2, 2018
$4.25

In today’s technology culture the enemy’s lure of our young people’s minds to escape into an artificial world is great. As the line between reality and simulation blurs, the stronghold of escapism becomes more and more powerful. Apathy and self-indulgence are two destructive consequences that lead to broken relationships, broken homes, and broken hearts. Find some practical tools you can implement to help keep your children from getting caught in the snare of escapism.

ID: 2018-118
Saturday;
Jun. 2, 2018
$4.25

This workshop is offered to provide practical application of the five key elements of reading discussed in the workshop "Why is Reading So Hard". Whether you attended the earlier workshop or not, you will be blessed by learning about teaching strategies and innovative activities that not only gives you fresh ideas for more effective teaching, but will also help you better understand the essentials for reading success.

ID: 2018-204
Friday;
Jun. 1, 2018
$4.25

Want your teen to take more initiative around the house? Want to reduce the “Drama” level in the family? Want to get your pre-teens, teens, and young adults excited about character healthy living? Join “America’s Parenting Doctor,” Dr. Steve Scheibner as he reveals seven practical steps to raising the behavior bar in your home. A Character Matters session will begin the process of moving your young people from ordinary to extraordinary.

At fourteen years old I faced an episode of doubt in my life that lasted for fourteen years. Because of it I could not claim God’s Word as infallible nor witness boldly to anyone seeking answers about Jesus Christ. God preserved my faith through it all, but much was lost to those years lived in flimsy faith. It doesn’t have to be so for your child. As parents we have an obligation to equip, prepare, and launch our children into the world fully capable of standing against the spiritual attacks and waves of doubt that they will often face. Discover how to discern if doubt is something your child is dealing with and learn a few basic principles on how to help them overcome and live a faith-filled life, even as a youth.

If we homeschool simply to achieve high academic marks, we are squandering the opportunity to influence our children for Christ. Character healthy leaders are those children who have learned to elevate virtues above feelings. If we spend our homeschooling hours simply on academics and activities, we may win the praise of man, but we risk losing the hearts of our children. In our few short years with our children we must focus on the first things first, and character is always the first thing! In this conference, Megan, a homeschooling mother of eight, will challenge your homeschoolers to use every opportunity to teach their children to serve God by loving others and to love others by faithfully serving God.

This workshop will help parent-educators understand the scope, sequence, and logic of mathematics instruction from pre-school to adult. Join Tom Clark as he takes you on a sometimes humorous journey, describing all levels of arithmetic and mathematics courses encountered in school and college. In addition, considerable attention will be given to the "why" of mathematics with an emphasis on the development of concepts instead of rote memorization.

ID: 2018-211
Saturday;
Jun. 2, 2018
$4.25

Being a mom is about so much more than feeding, dressing, and driving our kids to play dates. With only a few short years to impart important spiritual truths to our children, everyday becomes an eternal opportunity for teaching, training, and modeling Christ-likeness. The Disciple Making Mom session will give mothers the tools they need to disciple their children in the most important areas: prayer, service, Bible study, scripture memorization, and true fellowship. Moms will walk away encouraged and strengthened, knowing that although discipling their children seems like a huge task, God is on their side!

High school math at home can be an intimidating endeavor. How are you going to teach your kids algebra, trigonometry, or even calculus? Further, will they be prepared by graduation for college level work? In this session Kathryn provides practical solutions to some of the common pitfalls of teaching math at home. She also shows you how to harness the strengths of homeschooling to create a competitive high school program. Whether your child is STEM-minded or focused on the humanities, you’ll leave this session with a concrete four-year plan. Kathryn is a homeschool graduate with ten years’ experience as a high school math teacher; in addition, she has tutored homeschool students in math since high school.

ID: 2018-213
Saturday;
Jun. 2, 2018
$4.25

Most homeschooling parents feel uneasy when planning math courses for their children. Lots of parents say, "We learned our math a long time ago," or "We learned it a different way," or maybe "We learned it not at all". How can we know if the methods we are using will achieve the desired results in our students? In this workshop Tom Clark will expose ten common myths about teaching math and then counter those myths with solid, practical help for parents. You will also leave with a checklist of items which can be used to determine the best math course for your students.

Parenting and marriage have a great deal in common. Both are loaded with challenges and pitfalls. Ephesians 4:22-24 gives us insight into parenting and marriage success by introducing us to the principle of put-off and put-on. This joint seminar will give you the practical tools to raise the standard in your marriage and in your parenting.

Algebra is the study of relations - equations and inqualities. It is therefore essential that students completely understand the basic concepts necessary to solve them. In this workshop, Tom Clark will help you develop an inquiry approach which is applicable to all basic relations. You will discover the analytical questions students need to ask in order to "undo" all the complications they may encounter when solving equations and inequalities.

ID: 2018-217
Saturday;
Jun. 2, 2018
$4.25

What is dyslexia? Is it helpful to have a child evaluated and if so, by whom? What are some reasons to homeschool a dyslexic child? What does it look like to homeschool a child with dyslexia? Any curricula to use? What other resources are available? Is it possible to receive accommodations for tests like the SAT? This workshop will address these questions and allow time for those who attend to ask some of their own questions. Barb's son Micah is also planning to help with this workshop. Barb Beideman has first-hand experience homeschooling her own son who is dyslexic and tutoring other dyslexic children. She is certified in Orton-Gillingham and tutors for the Children’s Dyslexia Center of Pittsburgh, a nonprofit organization. She is also certified in elementary education and as a library media specialist.

ID: 2018-303
Friday;
Jun. 1, 2018
$4.25

According to Proverbs 19:19, people who live with an angry person are continually having to "deliver him" from the consequences of his or her anger. In fact, they wind up doing it again and again. Angry people do foolish and mean things that often destroy their testimonies. But the greatest cost of anger is the destruction of relationships with the people the angry person loves. This message gives five key steps to conquer anger.

ID: 2018-304
Friday;
Jun. 1, 2018
$4.25

What are thinking skills and why all the fuss? This seminar challenges traditional teaching methods head on by outlining the best way to teach so your child can remember and use what he has learned...even when he is an adult. Analysis, synthesis, and evaluation are explained; samples of creative and critical thinking are provided. You will leave with lots of resource suggestions and activity ideas that are uncomplicated, inexpensive, effective, and yet not time consuming!

Language is an amazing grace from God and a gift to steward and revel in. Skill and confidence in crafting words into stories and arguments will open doors for your children and lead them into their futures. Here’s how to cast a vision, encourage and support the journey, capture each child’s unique writer’s voice, and delight in the prose and poetry your kids produce. You may find yourself inspired to write as well.

ID: 2018-307
Friday;
Jun. 1, 2018
$4.25

Secrets have the potential to greatly bless your life. Secrets build relationships by binding hearts with those with whom you share your secrets. But secrets also have the power to bring you into bondage. Walls may be erected by secrets that are kept from mates or parents. Your most dangerous sin is probably your secret sin. Because sin is a thought before it becomes an action, parents should daily ask children what secret temptations they are facing. We tend to share secrets we should not share and to not share secrets we should share. Parents miss a great opportunity to bind hearts with their children when they allow others to share the secrets of life itself with their children.

ID: 2018-308
Friday;
Jun. 1, 2018
$4.25

Are you new to homeschooling or new to Pennsylvania? Are you thinking about homeschooling at some point in the future? Do you have questions about what homeschooling might look like and how to get started? This session is designed to encourage and equip you to homeschool your children. Topics include: Why homeschool?, how to get started in PA, a typical day, curriculum, record keeping, testing, portfolios, and evaluations. There will also be time for questions.

Many good families have lost their children because the parents did not communicate clearly in their spirits to their children that their priorities were in the proper order that God meant them to be. Wrong priorities create problems all by themselves that can only be corrected by getting priorities right. The proper question to ask in relation to priorities is, "WHO is a man's top priority, as far as life relationships are concerned?" This message, profusely illustrated, is an “eye-opener” to many parents about how important it is that their children be only after God and their mates in their order of priorities. It also encourages parents to do whatever they have to do to keep those priorities right.

If your child graduates high school with only one skill in hand, it needs to be this one. Academic writing, AKA argument writing, is how your child will engage the culture and the academic community on campus and online. This is what admissions offices scour the student essay for, and this is what scholarship committees prize. Your teens will improve their critical thinking, master subject matter across domains, learn to evaluate and counter other’s ideas, and clarify their own IF argument writing is at the center of your college prep high school program.

ID: 2018-316
Saturday;
Jun. 2, 2018
$4.25

Do you want life-long learners who initiate studies on their own? Then let go of the wheel and start giving your children responsibility for their education. Here are practical, inexpensive steps that will encourage your children to pursue their own learning and prevent parent burn-out as well.

ID: 2018-403
Friday;
Jun. 1, 2018
$4.25

How can a mom homeschool while her children constantly vie for her attention or bicker whenever her back is turned? Simply put, she can’t. But the Razvis understand that situation because that’s what it was like for them just after their first adoption of a sibling group of five children. Come and hear how they have conquered that sibling rivalry and forged strong bonds between siblings. They will share the tremendous impact sibling relationships have on Mom’s ability to teach. This workshop will leave you encouraged that you can truly have peace in your homeschool.

ID: 2018-406
Friday;
Jun. 1, 2018
$4.25

Shaped by our personality types, grades have the power to motivate some and destroy others. Listen to Linda Lacour Hobar, author of The Mystery of History, share theories of grade keeping, as well as practical tips on keeping it simple. With Linda’s “real life” examples from the work of her own children, this session is designed to encourage newbies and veterans alike.

ID: 2018-407
Friday;
Jun. 1, 2018
$4.25

With over a decade of experience teaching high school level math, Kathryn Gomes knows the end game. What are the essential parts of an elementary math program that will set your child up for success in middle school, high school, and even college? This session will highlight the crucial skills that must be mastered and the experiences that will shape your child as a future mathematician. Kathryn fleshes out each point with resource suggestions and helpful tips to make math something your child looks forward to each day.

ID: 2018-408
Friday;
Jun. 1, 2018
$4.25

Tami Razvi has over 25 years of experience in working with children, especially in the areas of brain development and learning disabilities. She has learned that it is possible to overcome learning disabilities. Many of the Razvi children had learning disabilities which are now completely healed. Come hear their personal stories and let the Razvis share with you a step-by-step process for healing learning disabilities.

Imran and Tami Razvi have been married for 23 years and are together raising 13 children. Believe it or not, they still sometimes hit “bad cell” areas in their relationship. Good communication is so important in a marriage, and keeping the communication lines open in a homeschooling family is critical in keeping things flowing smoothly. Come laugh with Imran and Tami over some of the “bad cell” areas they have hit over the years. Imran and Tami will share with you the strategies they use to quickly recognize and move out of “bad cell” areas as well as avoid driving through them as often as possible. Come be encouraged and go home with an exercise to clear all the static from your lines of communication.

70% of all Christian seniors ditch God when they go to college. Come and discover a compelling reason why! This workshop equips you to teach your kids how to die to themselves and live passionately for the glory of God.

Coming face to face with our own anger as parents can be a scary thing. But it is also a mercy from God. We can have hope knowing if God convicts us of our anger, it is not to crush us, but to change us. Dig deeper than anger management techniques and learn how God can transform us from the inside out.

ID: 2018-417
Saturday;
Jun. 2, 2018
$4.25

This simple, but powerful and life-changing, workshop will help you rise above the day-to-day existence of homeschooling and help you see the BIG PICTURE of why you've chosen to homeschool.

We are called to disciple our children. But what a beautiful thing it is to get to the place where our children are wishing to be discipled by us, coming to us to ask for prayer and counsel over sin struggles in their hearts. Do you know God’s vision for your family? Do your children know it? Are you headed there together? Are you connected to your child’s heart? If your child is a toddler, now is the time to begin paving the way to family unity. If he is already a teenager, don’t miss this workshop. If God’s love can conquer unity challenges in the Razvi’s family of 13 children (8 adopted and 5 birth children), He can conquer those challenges in any family. Come hear our story and take away practical tools for developing family unity.

ID: 2018-502
Friday;
Jun. 1, 2018
$4.25

How, when, and why should you teach your kids about sex? This practical presentation is anchored in the Scripture where parents can learn how to use the Bible as a starting point for sex-ed in the home.

For 20 years, Debby has been teaching this workshop based on the the biblical virtues of honor and respect. Both moms and dads rave how this teaching has created a peaceful home environment they were missing. Come ready to learn 8 standards with practical application ideas for training the heart attitude of your preschoolers.

Learn how to set up boundaries for screen time, without your kids voting you off the island. Learn some of the common roadblocks that will keep you from finding media balance in your home and the tools that will make "I'm bored" a thing of the past.

Join Tom Clark as he offers an entertaining and educational session designed to help you discover the reasons behind the difficulty on several of the traditional trouble spots in math. Topics discussed will be determined by the audience and may include division of fractions and multiplication of decimals (using those mindless rules), long-division, story-problems, positive and negative numbers, and numerous others, all of which seem to indicate that mathematics is just naturally “difficult”.

ID: 2018-508
Friday;
Jun. 1, 2018
$4.25

Drawing on his time of living in South Africa and working with their national park system, Mike uses specific examples to illustrate design in nature. Mike will use puppets and other visual illustrations to show us that life only displays design and order, not lucky accident and chance. He will cover three aspects of the natural world that the evolutionist cannot explain - including amazing design, incredible instinct, and the general relative sizes of creatures compared to each other. This is a fun (and humorous and practical) session designed for all ages.

Bible memory is absolutely vital in our lives. Learn the benefits of Bible memory, how to choose passages of Scripture, and techniques that will allow your family to memorize Scripture quickly and effectively.

Science doesn’t need to be a boring subject of textbooks and vocabulary. This workshop (for parents AND KIDS) shows you fun ways to learn about the Lord’s sky above with hands-on learning activities.

Conference:

Northwest Nazarene University
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 1 through 2, 2018

2018 CHOIS Convention

Presented by: Christian Homeschoolers of Idaho State
Recording ID: 2018-ALL
Original Price: $198.75
Set Price: $60.00

Complete Convention Recording Collection for the 2018 CHOIS Convention

With this purchase you will have the ability to download and listen to any or all sessions from the 2018 CHOIS Convention. Enjoy them today and for years to come! This collection contains audio from both the adult workshops and the Teen Program sessions. This set does not include recordings that were lost or damaged due to technical difficulties. This set is designed for personal use only.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 18-101Encouraging Success in Your Children by: Jeannie Fulbright18-111Discipline That Works: Get Your Kids to Listen the FIRST Time by: Kirk Martin18-112The Four Language Arts by: Andrew Pudewa18-113Choosing Curriculum and Teaching Methods by: Linda Patchin18-114The Power of Homeschool Research: What It Tells Us and How to Use It by: Dr. Brian Ray18-115Building a Solid Math Foundation by: Teresa Foltin18-116Relational Wisdom: Preparing Children for Life by: Jeff Sande18-117The Science of Learning and How it Should Change What You Do On Monday by: Beth Mora18-121Motivating Strong Willed Toddlers Tweens & Teens by: Kirk Martin18-122Teaching and Evaluating Writing by: Andrew Pudewa18-123Solving Your Science Struggles by: Jeannie Fulbright18-124Common Challenges to and Succeeding in Home-Based Education by: Dr. Brian Ray18-125Mom, Don't Make Me Think – Just  Tell Me The Answer by: Teresa Foltin18-126Raising Empathetic Children by: Jeff Sande18-127Educational Life Hacks for Students With Dyslexia, Dysgraphia or Dyspraxia by: Beth Mora18-13110 Ways to Stop Defiance, Meltdowns & Disrespect by: Kirk Martin18-132Spelling and the Brain by: Andrew Pudewa18-133How to Homeschool Multiple children by: Jeannie Fulbright18-134Remind Me Again: Why Am I Homeschooling My Teen? by: Linda Patchin18-135Teaching Math to a Child with Learning Challenges    by: Teresa Foltin18-136Powerful Peacemaking by: Jeff Sande18-137Keeping Your Smart Cookie Challenged by: Beth Mora18-201Stop the Yelling, Lecturing & Power Struggles by: Kirk Martin18-202Embrace Your Journey by: Jeannie Fulbright18-211The Strong-Willed Child: Are You Saving for Bail or College? by: Kirk Martin18-212Paper and Pen: What Research Says by: Andrew Pudewa18-213Notebooking—Creativity with a Purpose by: Jeannie Fulbright18-214Homeschooling Works and Increases Freedom by: Dr. Brian Ray18-215Fractions: From Fear to Fun! by: Teresa Foltin18-216Discipling Faith in the Family by: Marty Meyer18-217So Smart But He Can't Find His Shoes by: Beth Mora18-222Nurturing Competent Communicators – The Power of Linguistic Patterns by: Andrew Pudewa18-223Curriculum, Transcripts, Diplomas…Oh My! by: Linda Patchin18-224Home Educated and Now Adults: Were the Criticisms True or False? by: Dr. Brian Ray18-225Memorizing Math Facts without Tears by: Teresa Foltin18-226Relational Wisdom in the Movies by: Jeff Sande18-227How to develop an educational plan for your student with dyslexia, dysgraphia, ADHD, and other special needs by: Beth Mora18-231Stop Sibling Fights   by: Kirk Martin18-232Reading Strategies for the Struggling or Non-Reader by: Andrew Pudewa18-233College Crash Course by: Jeannie Fulbright18-234Why ESA-Tax-Funded Schooling is a Bad Idea by: Dr. Brian Ray18-235Let's Play Math Games! by: Teresa Foltin18-236Missions and Families by: Marty Meyer18-237The Road to Homeschool Co-op Utopia    by: Beth Mora18-Y104The Profound Influence of Music on Life, Part One by: Andrew Pudewa18-Y106History Maker 202 - Perception: Understanding Your World by: Marty Meyer18-Y107History Maker 303 - Principles for Knowing God and Hearing His Voice by: Marty Meyer18-Y108Relational Wisdom (a Youth Message) by: Jeff Sande18-Y204The Profound Influence of Music on Life, Part Two: Evaluating Musical Elements by: Andrew Pudewa18-Y205Straight Talk For Teens: 10 Ways to Get More Power & Freedom by: Casey Martin18-Y206Speaking Up Without Talking Back: 5 Ways to Disagree With Your Parents, Respectfully. by: Casey Martin18-Y207Purpose, Passion, & Contentment. Discovering God's Plan For Your Life. by: Casey Martin18-Y208Relational Wisdom in the Movies (Message for youth) by: Jeff Sande This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.

God has hard-wired us to learn, and the science behind His masterful plan will strengthen your resolve to help your child blaze new neural pathways. Come and get the inside scoop of how the lightbulb of learning goes on, and more importantly, how you can increase “ah ha” moments on Monday. Beth Mora, author, blogger, and former Certified Rehab Nurse in discovering that science is rooted in God’s words of wisdom. This information is perfect for all types of learners including gifted and those with special needs.

How do you motivate a child who looks right at you and doesn’t listen? What about a teenager who has shut down or defiant? Your child was born with boxing gloves on, ready to fight. Well-meaning people tell you to clamp down on and get control of your child. But you don’t want to crush his spirit or create more defiance. Instead of constantly creating power struggles, we’ll show you how to enjoy a respectful, motivated child who is confident, persistent and purposeful. Society needs our kids. And you can enjoy them. I’ll get my own strong-willed son, Casey, answering questions in this class.

There are certain challenges that are common to most or all homeschool parents and their children, especially in the “early years” of home educating. And there are key considerations, pieces of philosophy, and practices that significantly enhance home educators’ success, attitudes, and joy. Dr. Ray will present to you some of the nuggets that he and his wife have gleaned from the home education of their eight children (now ages 30s to 19), and from years of research and learning from thousands of parents and families from around the world.

How long do you allow a child to think before you start helping them? Sometimes we need to be quiet and let them wrestle with the problem. Do you know that children will learn better and remember things longer when they discover the solution? The goal is to provide a way for them to learn how to solve problems. Find out how to help your child think their way through math.

These “Triple D” neurologically based learning challenges affect reading, handwriting, spelling, composition, and sometimes math? You may have the diagnosis and understand what is happening in your child’s brain, but the question remains, how do I teach my child? Beth Mora will present educational life hacks that will help your student thrive in all subjects areas.

ID: 18-132
Friday;
Jun. 1, 2018
$3.75

Many children (and some adults) have difficulty learning to spell, but the difficulty may not be with the student so much as with the method of presentation. Learn how spelling information is most efficiently stored in the brain, and why. With a greater insight parents and teachers will be well-equipped to meet the needs of all their children, not just the naturally good spellers.

ID: 18-133
Friday;
Jun. 1, 2018
$3.75

As an experienced homeschooling mother of four children, Jeannie Fulbright shares tips and ideas to make homeschooling children of different ages and abilities a breeze.

Teaching is not for the faint of heart. Mix in a child with learning challenges and you may end up becoming very discouraged, and ready to throw in the towel. Be encouraged, you are NOT alone. Whether your child has been diagnosed with a learning challenge or simply doesn’t “get” math, listen and learn some teaching strategies and techniques. Help your child overcome those learning challenges and succeed in math.

ID: 18-137
Friday;
Jun. 1, 2018
$3.75

Is your second grader building a fusion reactor in your backyard or calculating rates of speed and velocity? Forrest and Beth Mora’s daughter, SmartCookie #1 received her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in three short years at 21 years of age and is a certified teacher. Their son, SmartCookie #2 and twin to #1, received a 104% in Calculus 2 in his senior year of high school and reads C++ programming textbooks for enjoyment. Beth candidly shares her journey of home educating her two academically advanced children and learn how she kept the wheels of opportunity turning. Learn what worked and what didn’t. If you have a “Smartcookie”, you won’t want to miss this unique perspective.

ID: 18-202
Saturday;
Jun. 2, 2018
$3.75

No matter how picture perfect someone’s Facebook post appears, everyone has difficulties. These are part of your homeschool journey. It’s easy to let the issue of the day, or year, become such an emotional energy drain that we end up feeling deflated and defeated, unable to experience joy. God’s Word promises that if we will look at our unique trials through His eyes and allow Him access to our heart, mind and spirit, we will find that our problem is really God’s gateway to peace.

ID: 18-212
Saturday;
Jun. 2, 2018
$3.75

Recent years have seen an enormous increase in the use of technology in education. But is technology really the cure that many believe it to be? While traditional skills such as cursive penmanship are seen as unnecessary in the modern world, the actual research tells a different story. Learn the compelling reasons to choose paper books instead of electronic devices for reading, to handwrite instead of type when note-taking, to teach cursive instead of printing for penmanship, and to grab a pen instead of pencil for composition. Discover how to unleash creativity that goes beyond technology.

ID: 18-213
Saturday;
Jun. 2, 2018
$3.75

Using student created notebooks encourages an atmosphere and creativity as children essentially produce their own work to display their learning. Jeannie explains why and how to use this easy and effective educational approach that replaces workbooks, enhances learning and retention of the subject, and develops a true love for learning. Examples and visual aids make the information easy to understand and implement in your homeschool.

ID: 18-214
Saturday;
Jun. 2, 2018
$3.75

In spite of what professional educators might tell you, homeschooling works. Even parents with a high school education help their children excel with home-based education. Educators have talked for centuries about using state-run education to liberate people. Could it be that parent-led, home-based education is the only deep and lasting way to free individuals from control (even tyranny)? One of the world’s leading homeschool researchers makes this engaging and fact-filled presentation as he reviews research on homeschooling and documents the findings of his own multiple studies.

ID: 18-215
Saturday;
Jun. 2, 2018
$3.75

Do you remember the groans in math class when the word “fraction” was brought up? Well, there is a better and less painful way of teaching fractions! Fractions are, dare I say, fun when they are taught the right way. So, what’s the right way to teach them? Come and discover how to approach fractions. Experience the beauty and simplicity of fractions!

ID: 18-217
Saturday;
Jun. 2, 2018
$3.75

Why can my gifted student calculate geometric ratios but he can’t find his shoes? One moment you’re conversing with your student about the research on genetics and the next moment he’s arguing with you that his Superman cape can sustain flight because it has super powers. Gifted children often experience what’s called “asynchronous development.” How do you meet the developmental and academic needs of a gifted learner? Beth Mora will address this in detail from experience with her two academically gifted children.

Many think that good readers will naturally become good writers. Others think that writing talent is just that a natural ability. Both are myths. What are the two most critical things you can do as a parent to develop a high level of writing aptitude, from a young age and into high school? You will hear the two easy but unbelievably powerful things you can do to build language patterns and nurture competent communicators in your family.

ID: 18-223
Saturday;
Jun. 2, 2018
$3.75

If you have ever wondered how to design a high school course of study, evaluate the results, develop a transcript or award a diploma, then this is the workshop for you! Linda will cover all of these subjects and more in one quick hour.

ID: 18-225
Saturday;
Jun. 2, 2018
$3.75

People, especially children, are visual learners. Approaching math from a visual perspective using an abacus is a sure-fire path to success! Learn how an abacus fosters quantity recognition and develops addition strategies. Investigate place value in a crystal clear format. Explain “borrowing and carrying” when adding and subtracting numbers. Discover the simplicity of multiplication. Find the easy way to learn the math facts.

Beth is a case manager and a rehab nurse (C.R.R.N.) She is a student of her patients and has learned a great deal from the families she has served. Beth will introduce the S.O.A.P. method to help you develop an educational plan for your child with special needs and help you locate that missing puzzle piece. Be strengthened and empowered to continue your special needs journey.

As schools believe that producing good readers will solve all their academic problems. Many children—the dyslexic, the easily distracted, the auditorily challenged—are truly left behind in the rush to improve test scores. Reading is not simply being able to rapidly decode symbols with the eyes. Hear stories and strategies for helping students who need to engage the cognitive processes of reading, but who are more likely to excel through a wider variety of practical, creative, and imaginative approaches.

ID: 18-233
Saturday;
Jun. 2, 2018
$3.75

There is a lot of misinformation in the homeschool community about college. Indeed, going from homeschool to college does involve jumping through hoops. Jeannie homeschooled her oldest child from start to finish, helping her garner early acceptance into the University of Georgia on scholarship, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude, earning her degree in Photo Journalism. She has experience. From transcripts and portfolios to the application process and everything in between, the earlier you have this information, the easier it will be sail through the hoops that’ll get your child into their college of choice.

ID: 18-235
Saturday;
Jun. 2, 2018
$3.75

Does your child cry at the thought of another timed math fact test? Are you beating your head against the wall because your child can’t seem to remember the multiples of 7? Learn fabulous and effective alternatives to worksheets and flashcards by playing easy and fun math card games. Imagine your children asking to practice their math facts more! Discover games to help your child learn their math facts.

Conference:

Indian Hills Community Church, Lincoln, NE
Friday & Saturday
Apr. 27 through 28, 2018

2018 NCHEA Adult Conference and Curriculum Fair

Presented by: Nebraska Christian Home Educators Association
Recording ID:
Original Price: $130.00
Set Price: $50.00

Friday Sessions 2018

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 2018A1But What Good Is an English Major? by: Ian Andrews2018A2Christianity and the Constitution by: Jake MacAulay2018A3Supports to Improve Executive Function by: Mary Flory2018A5Mom Don't Make me Think - Just Tell me the Answer by: Kathleen Cotter Lawler2018A6Chartering Your Way Through High School for College, Workforce, or Military by: Carol Becker2018A6Chartering Your Way Through High School for College, Workforce, or Military by: Carol Becker2018A7Heroes for Homeschoolers by: Paul Barkey2018B1"It's Onomatopoeia Mom!" Using Children's Stories to Teach Literary Devices by: Adam Andrews2018B2Monitoring Progress in Basis Academic Skills by: Ed Daly2018B3"Astronomy, What It Is and Isn't" by: Brian Young2018B4Getting Ready for Kindergarten by: Gwelda Carlson2018B5Developing a Plan for High School: Sample Four-Year Plans by: Carol Becker2018B6Financial Planning Basics by: Waddell & Reed 2018C1SenCap/Dual Credit Advantage by: Southeast Community College 2018C2Taking the Fear out of Fractions with Right Start Fractions by: Right Start Mathematics 2018C3Strategic Prayer for Children and You the Homeschool Teacher by: Moms in Prayer International 2018C4Boost Your ACT & Sat Scores by: Gene Walter2018C5Experience Excellence in Writing by: Institute for Excellence in Writing2018D1Why Your Kids Love Fantasy Literature and What to do About it by: Ian Andrews2018D2Preparing Your Students for Effective Christian Citizenship by: Jake MacAulay2018D3Ready-Set-Go by: Danna Swartz2018D4Give Me the Key: Successful Homeschool Management by: Ruth Tennis2018D5Why Does My Child Struggle to Read: Commonly Missed Connection Between Reading & Learning by: Rachel Smith2018D6Essential Skills for Successful Teens: Study and Time Management by: Carol Becker2018K1Teaching the Classics from Dr. Seuss to Socrates by: Adam Andrews2018K2Homeschooling's Highest Goal-Lessons from the Story of Job by: Adam Andrews This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.
Recording ID:
Original Price: $135.00
Set Price: $50.00

Saturday Sessions 2018

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 2018E1The Socratic Method for Dummies—Become a Great Teacher the Easy Way by: Adam Andrews2018E2Preparing the Biblical Christian for Engagement in the Culture War by: Jake MacAulay2018E3Myths and Realities in the Identification/Diagnosis of Learning & Behavior Problems by: Ed Daly2018E4What Colleges Want—The Big 3 by: Gene Walter2018E6Preparing Your Teen for Life by: Carol Becker2018E7Holocaust Literature by: Institute for Holocaust Education 2018F1The Art of Good Questions by: Classical Conversations 2018F2Institute on the Constitution by: 2018F3Success Stories Start with CCC by: Central Community College 2018F4Making a Difference: Children with Character by: ACE Ministries 2018F6Your Child Can Love History with Notgrass by: Notgrass History 2018F7Impacting the World Through Your Family by: Child Evangelism Fellowship 2018G1Raising a Worldview Detective—Three Steps to Thinking Critically About Books, Movies and More by: Adam Andrews2018G2Engaging Preschoolers While Teaching Older Children by: Carol Kelsey2018G3Let's Play Math Games! by: Kathleen Cotter Lawler2018G4Opening the Window on Foreign Language by: Ruth Tennis2018G5Striving for Success - Part 1 by: Gwelda Carlson2018G6High School Transcript Clinic: Helps & Tips by: Carol Becker2018H1Symbolism - Mastering Literature's Most Powerful Device by: Ian Andrews2018H2Alternatives to the SAT Exam by: Henry Burke2018H3Identifying Simple & Low-Cost Strategies to Supplement the Curriculum When the Child is Not Progressing by: Ed Daly2018H4Teaching Nebraska History at Home by: Gretchen Garrison2018H4Teaching Nebraska History at Home by: Gretchen Garrison2018H5Striving for Student Success - Part 2 by: Gwelda Carlson2018H6You Can Homeschool High School...If You Can Make It Through Tomorrow by: Carol Becker2018H7Religion and Our Founding Fathers by: Jake MacAulay2018K3Education in an Hour—Teaching Life's Most Crucial Lesson in One Sitting by: Adam Andrews This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.
ID: 2018A1
Friday;
Apr. 27, 2018
$5.00

K-12 homeschooler and Hillsdale College graduate, shares experiences from a lifetime of reading and encourages anxious Moms with a thought-provoking question: Can great literature help my kids succeed in a scientific and technological world? Ian provides an inspiring summary of an all-time classic story and argues that the self-knowledge, humility and wisdom that come from reading such stories are absolutely critical for success – and that you, as the Mom in the trenches, can lead them right to it. Literary education worked for Ian, and it can work for your students too.

ID: 2018A3
Friday;
Apr. 27, 2018
$5.00

Executive functioning describes a variety of cognitive skills which enable a person to engage successfully across environments. When these functions are not working effectively, students, despite strong abilities,can experience significant problems in many aspects of learning, including organization, task initiation, and/or task completion. Learn different ways that executive function can affect learning and get simple strategies to support successful experiences.

As a teacher, it’s so easy to give the answer, isn’t it? Oh, that’s right... you don’t do that. How long should a child think before you start helping? Sometimes we need to be quiet and let them wrestle with the problem to discover the answer. Do you know that children learn better and remember things longer when they discover the solution? The goal is to provide a way for them to learn how to solve problems. How might you go about doing this? Come to this workshop and find out how to help your child think their way through math.

Preparing teens for post-graduation goals requires planning. Get a timeline and checklist to ensure that important items are not overlooked! For college-bound teens, discover tips for the application and financial aid process. For teens headed directly into the workforce, explore job hunting and workplace skills. For teens interested in a military career, learn about the homeschool enlistment policy and get tips for applying to the service academies.

Preparing teens for post-graduation goals requires planning. Get a timeline and checklist to ensure that important items are not overlooked! For college-bound teens, discover tips for the application and financial aid process. For teens headed directly into the workforce, explore job hunting and workplace skills. For teens interested in a military career, learn about the homeschool enlistment policy and get tips for applying to the service academies.

ID: 2018B2
Friday;
Apr. 27, 2018
$5.00

How do you evaluate your child’s academic progress with reading, writing, math, and early literacy skills? Get training on curriculum based measurement, a progress monitoring strategy for basic skills (oral reading fluency, math computation fluency, spelling, writing, and early literacy skills like phonemic awareness). These measures track progress on indicators of basic skills and facilitate decisions about the effectiveness of instruction in core skills that will serve them their entire lives.

How do you plan a program for your high school student? What subjects do you teach and when? Do you follow a basic plan, a general college prep plan, or a rigorous college prep plan? How do you evaluate credits? Determine course grades? What about a transcript and diploma? If you are beginning to think about homeschooling during the high school years, come organize your thoughts and begin laying the groundwork for a viable four-year plan.

ID: 2018C4
Friday;
Apr. 27, 2018
$5.00