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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.
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.

With wisdom and understanding, Marianne offers encouragement in making the decision to homeschool. She will equip you to answer critics who insist schools are the educational experts, tell you how to overcome common emotional issues for parents and kids, share the legalities of home education, and give you tips for finding local support. ?Marianne will share the truth about the state of special education in public schools, tips on finding and identifying homeschool curriculum for the dyslexic student, and strategies for getting it all done. She will also discuss teaching methods, when to get help in the form of diagnostic testing and educational therapy, and how to balance accommodations and remediations. *Complimentary coffee served during Marianne’s sessions.

Topics: Special needs

Do you have a child who is hopelessly unorganized with their belongings—and even with their thoughts? Do they have difficulty starting and completing projects? These issues stem from poor executive function skills. Find out what executive function is, how it affects organizational skills, and most importantly, how you can teach your seemingly hopelessly unorganized child to grow in this area. *Complimentary coffee served during Marianne’s sessions.

Topics: Special needs
ID: 18-453
Saturday;
Jun. 23, 2018
$4.50

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

Topics: Special needs

Homeschooling struggling learners is not only possible but one of the best things you can do for them. Learn the common signs of each of these learning differences, as well as suggestions for accommodation, remediation, and homeschool modifications. ?Marianne will provide a list of trusted resources and share suggestions for identifying reliable resources. *Complimentary coffee served during Marianne’s sessions.

Topics: Special needs

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.
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: 2018-217
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: 2018-408
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.

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.
ID: 18-101
Friday;
Jun. 1, 2018
$3.75

We all want our children to lead happy, productive lives. As homeschooling parents, we feel a great burden of responsibility for their future. Ultimately, that future is in God’s hands, and our number one goal should be to steer them into a genuine, vital relationship with the Living God. Yet as the special people to whom God has entrusted these children’s lives, education, and future, we must learn to discern their unique gifting, probable vocation, ministry, and purpose in life. In so doing, we will be equipped to nurture and encourage our children to follow their own path to success—spiritually, emotionally, academically, and vocationally. In this talk, Jeannie Fulbright shares how to create an atmosphere that draws our children’s hearts to God; how to recognize their unique bents, talents, and gifts; and how to pass on a vision for their future and empower them to take responsibility for their walk with God, their education, and their future. She also covers issues of common concern, such as the unmotivated child, the struggling learner, and other issues we may face in our journey to encourage success in our children.

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.

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.

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

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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: 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.

Students with significant learning and behavior difficulties are often referred to a professional (e.g., a school or a private psychologist) to determine if they have an educational disability that qualifies them for additional services. The professional administers a battery of psychoeducational tests and makes a diagnosis with prescriptive recommendations. But how reliable and valid are these practices and diagnoses, and just how helpful are they? Gain knowledge about these practices so you are informed when a child is evaluated.

ID: 2018G5
Saturday;
Apr. 28, 2018
$5.00

It’s not just about the program, but instead the key components of instruction necessary to master the complex skills needed to read. Through her video, Pam Bazis, UNL, will focus on why the components of Orton-Gillingham based reading instruction are effective in learning to read based on research and theory into reading instruction and how the brain processes information in relationship to dyslexia. Pam will share strategies and practices that can be incorporated into teaching individuals to learn to read and spell. This workshop is a 2-session presentation moderated by Becky Kugler and Gwelda Carlson of the Nebraska Dyslexia Association.

Topics: Special needs
ID: 2018H5
Saturday;
Apr. 28, 2018
$5.00

It’s not just about the program, but instead the key components of instruction necessary to master the complex skills needed to read. Through her video, Pam Bazis, UNL, will focus on why the components of Orton-Gillingham based reading instruction are effective in learning to read based on research and theory into reading instruction and how the brain processes information in relationship to dyslexia. Pam will share strategies and practices that can be incorporated into teaching individuals to learn to read and spell. This is Part 2 of a 2-session presentation moderated by Becky Kugler and Gwelda Carlson of the Nebraska Dyslexia Association.

Topics: Special needs

Conference:

Portland, Oregon
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 23 through 24, 2017

OR-2017 Strength for Today and Hope for Tomorrow

Presented by: Oregon Christian Home Education Association Network
Recording ID: 2017-all
Original Price: $247.50
Set Price: $99.00

All sessions from the 2017 Oregon Conference

This one price allows you to download any or all of the sessions from the 2017 Oregon Christian Home Education Conference, (for personal use only) now and in the future. Sessions unavailable (or lost) due to technical difficulties will not be included.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 17-01Fearless Homeschooling by: Heidi St John17-02The Home God Uses to Change the World by: Matthew Jacobson17-03Ripped from the Case Files by: Jim Mason17-04Uncommon Courage by: Heidi St John17-101Multi-Level Teaching by: Heidi St John17-102Homeschooling the Early Years: You Gotta Turn Right to Go Left by: Heather Haupt17-103High School 101 by: Jean Burk17-104Micro Business for Teens: Starting a Micro Business by: Carol Topp, CPA17-105Successful Homeschooling by: Lisa Jacobson17-106Homeschooling: Real Hard and Real Blessings by: Colene Lewis17-107Recruiting & Retaining Volunteers by: Beth Mora, Forrest Mora17-108The Prodigal Son, the Forgiving Father, and the Power of Beholding by: Jim Mason17-109Math-You-Hate becomes Math-U-Love with Math-U-See by: exhibitor17-201Strong Roots – Strong Families by: Heidi St John17-202Sharing Life, Loving, and Learning by: Heather Haupt17-203Managing Anger and Conflict in Your Home by: Beth Mora17-204Free College at Your Fingertips by: Jean Burk17-205The Secret to Building a Strong Marriage by: Lisa Jacobson17-206Well Planned Day, Yes It's Possible by: Rebecca Farris17-207Top 10 Tips for Running a Homeschool Organization by: Carol Topp, CPA17-208Choosing and Using the Best Curriculum by: Caleb Crossman17-209Experience Excellence in Writing by: exhibitor17-211Walking Tall: How a Man Can Win in This Sex-Saturated Culture by: Matthew Jacobson17-212Why Is My Fabulous Child So Forgetful and Frustrated? by: Bill Hartner17-301Help and Hope for the Overwhelmed Mom by: Heidi St John17-302Marriage Wisdom: Practical Tools for Love and Friendship between Husband and Wife by: 17-303Knights in Training: Raising Boys into Men by: Heather Haupt17-304Learn Real Life Skills by: Carol Topp, CPA17-305Dream Bigger by: Beth Mora17-306Homeschooling Hints from Calvin & Hobbs by: Colene Lewis17-307Dyslexia: Facts and Fiction by: Joann Matson17-308Note to Self: The Vital Role of Homeschooling Dads by: Jim Mason17-309Logic Through All Ages by: exhibitor17-311Work at Home as a Medical Transcriptionist by: exhibitor17-312Seven Principles for Living a Passionate Life with Joy, Purpose, and Victory by: exhibitor17-401The First Three Years: A Workshop for Homeschool Rookies by: Heidi St John17-402Beauty in the Bloom by: Beth Mora17-403Stepping Outside the School Box: Creating a Home Where We Learn by: Heather Haupt17-404How to Ace the “New” SAT by: Jean Burk17-405An Equipment Operator's Guide to Keeping Your Family by: Forrest Mora17-406How the IRS Sees Homeschool Organizations by: Carol Topp, CPA17-407Choosing and Adapting Curriculum for Special Needs Students by: Jennifer Bliesner17-408History of Homeschooling in Oregon by: Dick Karman17-453Thriving in Higher Education: Opportunities and Challenges for Christian Homeschoolers by: exhibitor17-454Why Is My Fabulous Child So Forgetful and Frustrated? by: Bill Hartner17-455TROWEL - Teaching Children about Christ and Culture by: Dennis Tuuri17-456Radically Different Spelling Success with Spelling You See by: exhibitor17-501Better for Best: Keeping Christ as the Center of Your Home by: Heidi St John17-502Why We Need a Parental Rights Amendment by: Jim Mason17-503Help for the Homeschooling Mom: How to Stop Spinning Your Wheels and Move Forward by: Heather Haupt17-50430+ Micro Business Ideas by: Carol Topp, CPA17-505Treating Writing Allergies by: Beth Mora17-506Homeschooling Teens – Tips That Work by: Colene Lewis17-507The Who, What, When, Why & Hows of Developing a PDP by: Jennifer Bliesner17-50810 Relationship Mistakes by: Matthew Jacobson 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.

Presented by Help Eliminate Learning Problems

As the Director of Help Eliminate Learning Problems (HELP, Inc.), Bill Hartner has a unique perspective of seeing learning problems from both sides. Bill will give a fascinating look at the right brain and left brain and why balancing the two is so important to effective learning. You’ll learn how concentration, focus, time management, cause-and-effect thinking and organization can be improved by integrating more left-brain critical thinking into the learning process.

Bill has been HELP’s Director for 34 years. HELP is a not for profit organization located on the campus of Marylhurst University between West Linn and Lake Oswego and provides testing and drug-free treatment for children and adults with learning and processing problems. For more information about HELP, check helpadd.com or call 503-635-3389 for an evaluation appointment.

Topics: Special needs
ID: 17-307
Friday;
Jun. 23, 2017
$4.50

Have you ever wondered if you or anyone you know has dyslexia? If so, you are not alone. dyslexia affects approximately 1 in 5 people. As a mom and home educator of a dyslexic learner, Joann has experienced the worry and frustration of watching her bright and creative child struggle, even though he tries hard. As a person with dyslexia, she has experienced the difficulties and benefits first-hand.

This presentation will encourage you on your journey. Dyslexia is a distinctive difference, not a divisive deficit. Using the most reliable research, we'll cover the basics of identifying, re-mediating, and accommodating. We will also cover the gifts and strengths of the dyslexic mind - because, yes, those exist too!

All children have special needs, but some have more challenges than others. Learn how to adapt and plan an effective curriculum so that your child shows measurable progress. Explore the stumbling blocks that can prevent true learning. Don't waste money and time buying the wrong curriculum. This is a great session for parents of more than one child. You'll learn how to adapt curriculum to fit more than one student.

Topics: Special needs

Who needs a Personal Development Plan? What exactly is it? When should you apply? Why should you apply? And most importantly, how do you write an effective measurable plan for your child? Mother of eight, (five with special needs) and homeschool consultant/tutor who has worked with more than 200 individual special needs children in the last 25 years, Jennifer Bliesner will lay out a clear course for developing and maintaining an effective “Personal Development Plan” for your special needs child. This important document will navigate you through the state requirements as well as enhance your child’s education.

Conference:

San Antonio, TX
Thursday - Saturday
Jun. 8 through 10, 2017

2017 FEAST -On the Right Path

Presented by: Family Education Alliance of South Texas
Recording ID: 17-SET3
Original Price: $82.50
Set Price: $35.99

Saturday Workshops - 17 FEAST Home School Convention

Take only the Saturday, 2017 FEAST Home School Convention workshops home with you. For one price you can listen to any or all of the recorded Thursday and Friday 17 FEAST Convention workshops (for personal use only). Included workshops are subject to availability Recordings lost due to technical difficulties will not be included.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 17-120“Why Smart Kids Struggle with School” by: Scarnati Rafael17-131Rooted, Grounded, and Abiding in the Love of God by: Steve Demme17-132Underpinnings – Fossils, Physics and Genetics by: Scott Lane17-133Train the Photographic Memory by: Pamela Gates17-134Prime Numbers – The Gateway to Algebra and Beyond! by: Dennis Dinoia17-135Experience Excellence in Writing - Julie Marshall by: exhibitor17-136Learning to Let Go by: Doug Flanders17-137How to Breathe Life into Your Marriage by: Jennifer Flanders17-138Juggling Life and Lesson Plans by: Vicki Bentley17-141From Crisis to Christ, the Journey of a Husband and Father by: Steve Demme17-142Biology and Intelligent Design: Animals that Defy Evolution by: Scott Lane17-143Biology of Behavior by: Pamela Gates17-144Student Led Learning by: Dennis Dinoia17-145Music Memory Introduction to 16 Classical Music Favorites by: Debbie Tannert17-147No Money Back, –But the Reward of Obedience? Priceless! by: Lindsey Lambert17-149Dyslexia?  Spelling and Comprehension Problems? WE CAN HELP! by: Deede McCauley17-150Top 5 Ways Identity Theft Can Devastate You and Your Children's lives. by: exhibitor17-151Purposeful Parents–Exceptional Kids by: Felder Valerie17-152Biology and Missing Links: Lucy Unveiled by: Scott Lane17-153Getting Kids to Help at Home by: Vicki Bentley17-154Managing the Mother's Load; Wise Moms Prioritize Self-Care by: Jeanette Watje17-155Designing and Maintaining a High School Transcript by: June Haliscak 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.

Conference:

Lancaster, PA
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 2 through 3, 2017

PA-2017 With Grace to Complete the Race

Presented by: Christian Homeschool Association of Pennsylvania

Feel overwhelmed with your child’s unique needs? Think you cannot possibly homeschool with these challenges? This presentation is all about offering encouragement to parents who homeschool (or desire to homeschool) their special-needs children. We will discuss the why’s and how’s of homeschooling our special-needs child, record keeping, resources and planning for the future.

ID: 2017-412
Saturday;
Jun. 3, 2017
$4.50

Come and laugh with author, speaker, and homeschool mom Linda Crosby as she takes us on an entertaining journey through her many years of homeschooling. You will be refreshed, rejuvenated, and revived. With four children, four different learning styles, a late reader, an international adoption (read: English as a second language!), and a child with special needs, Linda gives hope to a variety of homeschooling parents. You will be encouraged to enjoy each day with your children, to never lose sight of why you do what you do, and most importantly to never forget that it is God who fills in the gaps.

Conference:

Lansing Michigan
Thursday - Saturday
May. 18 through 20, 2017

2017 Michigan Homeschool Conference

Presented by: Information Network of Christian Homes
Recording ID: 17-FULLSET
Original Price: $517.50
Set Price: $125.00

Full 2017 Conference Set

Take the entire 2017 Michigan Homeschool Conference home with you. For one price you can listen to any or all of the recorded 2017 Michigan conference sessions (for personal use only). The URL will be in your Alliance Recording account. Subject to availability. Recordings lost due to technical difficulties will not be included.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 17-100Why the 20's Generation Will Change the Church & Culture by: Ken Ham17-101Education: Does God Have An Opinion? by: Israel Wayne17-102Shining Armor: Your Son's Battle for Purity  by: Hal Young, Melanie Young17-103-Family Time- Ideas for Busy Dads by: Rick Boyer17-104Developing a Plan for High School by: Carol Becker17-105My Kids Hate School by: Marilyn Boyer17-106 A Year of Playing Skillfully – Getting Organized by: Lesli Richards17-107Language Arts, the Charlotte Mason Way by: Sandi Queen17-10810 Things Every Homeschooler Should Remember by: Kathie Morrissey17-109Homeschooling Legally in Michigan   by: Dave Kallman17-110How to Develop an Educational Plan for Your Student with Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, ADHD, and Other Special Needs by: Beth Mora17-111Caregiving and Homeschooling Without Losing your Mind by: Danielle Olander17-112Experience Astronomy: Fun, Easy Activities to Do at Home by: Luke Gilkerson17-121 Defending the Christian Faith in Today's World by: Ken Ham17-122The Power of Purposeful Communication by: Rick Green17-123Raising Kids Who Don't Need Adulting Classes by: Mike Winter17-124High School Transcript Clinic: How tos by: Carol Becker17-125Laughing in the Midst of Mothering by: Linda Crosby17-126Preschool Science – Encouraging a Lifetime of Orderly Thinking  by: Lesli Richards17-127The Charlotte Mason Approach by: Sandi Queen17-128 Prayer: A Parent's Most Powerful Tool by: Kathie Morrissey17-130Keeping Your "SmartCookie" Challenged by: Beth Mora17-131Hit the Reset Button! Success for Single Parent by: Dena Roberts17-132Science Unsnarled by: Ruth Tennis17-142 The Joys (and heartbreaks) of Adoption by: Kathy Lee17-143 Prime Numbers – The Gateway to Algebra and Beyond! by: exhibitor17-144 Spelling You See – Radically Different Spelling Success by: Gretchen Roe17-147Improve Student Learning by: exhibitor17-148Teaching Science at Home by: exhibitor17-151Restoring America's Constitution by: Rick Green17-152Ballistic Homeschooling by: Melanie Young, Hal Young17-153Discipling Your Family in an Apostate World by: Mike Winter17-154Addressing Conflict by: Ben Vanderkodde17-155Need a Part Time Job as a home economist? by: Beth Mora17-156The Role of Beauty in Homeschooling by: Lesli Richards17-157Unit Studies: Teaching Multiple Ages by: Linda Crosby17-158Clutter, Clatter and the Things That Matter by: Rick Boyer17-160When You Have a Child Who Is Not Driven by: Sherri Seligson17-161 How an Idea Becomes a Book by: Gary Bower17-162Not Your Grandma's Bible Quizzing by: Les Johnson17-171Developing a Truly Christian Worldview by: Ken Ham17-172 Parenting the Digital Generation: Timeless Principles by: Luke Gilkerson17-173Is Homeschooling Just for Women? by: Israel Wayne17-174 You Can Homeschool High School…If You Can Make It through Tomorrow! by: Carol Becker17-175Make it Count by: Kathy Lee17-176Delighting in Your Children- The Key to Their Hearts by: Marilyn Boyer17-177 Lapbooking Made Easy by: Linda Crosby17-178 Homeschooling the Fun Way by: Rick Boyer17-180 The Power of Words for Our Children by: Sherri Seligson17-181 5 Factors to Keep Kids in Church as they Leave Home by: Josh Denhart17-182Homeschooling Math Without a Plan? by: Tom Clark17-183Take Back the land by: Rick Boyer17-192Jason Lindsay The Amazing Things Youth Can Do by: Jason Lindsey17-193Essential Oils 101 by: exhibitor17-194Well Planned Day by: exhibitor17-195Learning to Read by: exhibitor17-196Trick Geography: Passport to Fun by: exhibitor17-197Getting Your Kids in the Kitchen by: exhibitor17-198 The ABCs of GOD by: Gary Bower17-199 Experience Excellence in Writing by: exhibitor17-200How to Present the Gospel in Today's Secularized Culture by: Ken Ham17-201 How to Raise Godly Children in an Ungodly World by: Ken Ham17-202Raising Real Men by: Melanie Young, Hal Young17-203What's a Dad To Do? by: Rick Boyer17-204ACT and SAT:  Myths, Methods and More! by: Nate Ohman17-205These Kids are Driving Me Nuts! Turning Irritations Into Victories by: Marilyn Boyer17-206 Turning Your Preschoolers into Life Long Learners by: Kathy Lee17-207Charlotte Mason Education for the 21st Century by: Bridget Eagleson17-20810 Homeschooling Questions To Ask Yourself Daily by: Kathie Morrissey17-210Educational Life Hacks for Students With Dyslexia, Dysgraphia or Dyspraxia by: Beth Mora17-211 The Seven Laws of Teaching at Home by: Tom Clark17-212Why Teaching Science Is a Critical Part of Education by: Sherri Seligson17-221 Raising Leaders with Moral Clarity in a World of Relativism by: Rick Green17-222 Boys Will Be Men by: Rick Boyer17-223 7 Sex Ed Mistakes You Might Be Making by: Luke Gilkerson17-224Skills for Successful Teens: Study and Time Management by: Carol Becker17-225 Character is the Key by: Marilyn Boyer17-226 Making the Decision to Homeschool  by: Kathy Lee17-227 Identifying Your Child's Learning Style and Teaching to It by: Sandi Queen17-228Are You Raising a Rebel? by: Kathie Morrissey17-230How to Teach Math to Children With Learning Disabilities by: Rachel Anderson17-231The FUNderful World of WORDPLAY by: Gary Bower17-232Amazing Creatures That Defy Evolutionary Theory by: Sherri Seligson17-243Essential Oils 201 by: exhibitor17-244Making Math U Hate into Math U Love by: exhibitor17-245How Sports Enhances Your Kids' Lives by: exhibitor17-246SAT Math – Its Not the Math, its the Question that is Confusing! by: exhibitor17-248Maintaining Health in Motherhood by: exhibitor17-249The Plight of the Foster Child by: exhibitor17-251Media-Proofing Your Kids by: Melanie Young, Hal Young17-252The Power of Affirmation by: Israel Wayne17-253Help for the Homeschool Marriage by: Mike Winter17-254 Preparing Your Teen for Life by: Carol Becker17-255Confessions of a Fake Supermom by: Kathy Lee17-256Gotta Love Those Preschoolers! by: Marilyn Boyer17-257Teaching Civics in a Fun & Purposeful Way by: Rick Green17-25820 Things to Teach Your Children Before They Leave Home by: Rick Boyer17-259History of Homeschooling In Michigan by: Stephen Kallman, Dave Kallman17-260The Science of Learning by: Beth Mora17-261Eating Green: Does it Pay? by: Kristen Derby17-262Reading A-B-C's by: Ruth Tennis17-271Parenting Pre-Teens by: Melanie Young, Hal Young17-272Pitchin' a Fit: Overcoming Stressed-Out Parenting by: Israel Wayne17-273The Talk: From Toddlers to Teenagers by: Luke Gilkerson17-274Record keeping for High School: Simplifying the Process by: Carol Becker17-275The Comparison Trap – Moms Need Each Other by: Sherri Seligson17-276What's In the Box? Using Activity Boxes to Tame Your Toddler! by: Lesli Richards17-277How Does Classical Education Work? by: Dee Dee Leak17-278Hands-On Learning by: Linda Crosby17-280So Smart But He Can't Find His Shoes by: Beth Mora17-281Know the Past to Understand the Future by: Jachim Jordan17-282Homeschooling During Difficult Times by: Sandi Queen17-311Work At Home As A Medical Transcriptionist by: exhibitor17-M008My Beloved and My Friend by: Melanie Young, Hal Young17-M009Romance for the Exhausted by: Melanie Young 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.

Beth Mora brings her background as a case manager, and certified rehabilitation registered nurse (C.R.R.N.) to this session. She is a student of her patients and has learned a great deal from the families she has served. In this workshop, 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. Plan to leave this workshop feeling strengthened and empowered to continue your special needs journey.

There are neurologically based learning challenges that affects 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.

Children with learning disabilities must truly understand in order to remember. Their brains tend to store information in pictures, not words. The traditional approach of teaching mathematics using heavy doses of counting, flash cards, and rote memorizing does not work for them. Learn ways to minimize counting and concentrate on place value, strategies to teach the facts with visual pictures, and techniques for mastering the four operations.

Conference:

Indian Hills Community Church, Lincoln, NE
Friday & Saturday
Mar. 31 through 1, 2017

2017 NCHEA Conference and Curriculum Fair

Presented by: Nebraska Christian Home Educators Association
Recording ID: 2017-ALL
Original Price: $250.00
Set Price: $99.00

Entire 2017 Conference Set

This allows you to listen to any (or all) of the sessions from the 2017 NCHEA conference and Curriculum Fair. This includes only those session that were successfully recorded. (Personal use only- not for distribution)

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 17-209Experience Excellence in Writing by: Institute for Excellence in Writing2017A1The Toddler Toolbox by: Megan Scheibner2017A2What About the Child Who Can't Read...or Write by: Gwelda Carlson2017A3Educating and Preparing Your High Schooler for College, Career and Real-life by: 2017A5Ready, Set, GO! by: Danna Swartz2017A6Building A Solid Math Foundation by: 2017B1Battling With Behavior by: Steve Scheibner2017B2Developing and Drafting SEPs (Student Education Plans) by: Joyce Blankenship2017B3Odyssey Through Nebraska: Nebraska's Sesquicentennial by: Gretchen Garrison2017B4Let's Play Math Games by: Kahleen Lawler2017B5The American View of Law and Government by: Jake MacAulay2017C1Health Care Needs Met Without Insurance by: Samaritan Ministries 2017C2Southeast Community College by: 2017C4Teaching Teens to Serve by: 2017C5How to Save Thoursands on the Cost of College by: Gene Walter2017C6College Admissions and Financial Aid - Concordia University by: 2017C7Family Ministry Transforming the Culture by: 2017D1Two-Minute Bible by: Brian Young2017D2Teaching Strategies for Teens with Attention/Focusing Difficulties by: Joyce Blankenship2017D3Building a Generational Heritage of Faith by: Carol Kelsey2017D4Science Unsnarled by: Deanne Crawford2017D5It's Never Too Early to Prepare for College by: Gene Walter2017D6Faith, Values, and the Constitution by: Jake MacAulay2017E1Training Teens to Take The Initiative by: Steve Scheibner2017E2Teaching Struggling Learners At Home: Nuts and Bolts for Success (Part 1) by: Joyce Blankenship2017E3Games and More! by: Gwelda Carlson2017E4How to be a Unit Study P.R.O. by: Deanne Crawford2017E6The Constitution and the Bill of Rights - The Real History by: Jake MacAulay2017F1Classical Conversations 101 by: 2017F2Heroes for Homeschoolers by: 2017F3Taking the Fear Out of Fractions with Right Start Fractions by: 2017F4The Benefits of Homeschool Athletics by: 2017F5Books for Holocaust Education by: 2017F6How Sensory Processing and Executive Function Deficits... by: 2017F7Stuhr Museum by: 2017G1Second Mile Leadership for Men by: Steve Scheibner2017G2Teaching Struggling Learners at Home: Nuts and Bolts for Success (Part 2) by: Joyce Blankenship2017G3Telling History Using Food and Clothing by: Kay Cynova2017G4Why Should We Avoid Common Core? by: Henry Burke2017G5Mom, Don't Make Me Think—Just Tell Me The Answer by: Kahleen Lawler2017G6Four Centuries of American Education by: Jake MacAulay2017H1The A to Z of a Characterhealthy Homeschool by: Megan Scheibner2017H2Here Today—Gone Tomorrow—Helping Students with Memory Difficulties by: Joyce Blankenship2017H3The Internet? Is Your Family Safe? by: Kirk Massey2017H4Preschool and Early Elementary Warning Signs of Risk for Reading Struggles and Early Intervention Techniques by: 2017H5What Colleges Want - The Big Three by: Gene Walter2017H6Dinosaurs, Ice Age, and Pre-Flood World by: Brian Young2017K1Living on Borrowed Time: The Nine Practices of the Proactive Parent by: Steve Scheibner2017K2Learning From the Past, Planning for the Future! by: Steve Scheibner2017K3Marriage, Communication, and Friendship by: Megan Scheibner 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.

They’re in every grade level- how will they survive? We’ll discuss why this happens and what to do to help the struggling reader. This session also addresses reading difficulties, accommodations, support, and self-advocacy.

Does your child have a learning disability or perhaps severe special needs? Have you pulled your child out of public school where he used to have an IEP (individual education plan)? Participants will learn the purposes and benefits of writing an SEP, student education plan, the homeschool version of an IEP. This workshop also provides guidance in how to draft an SEP. Participants will look at sample student education plans, receive a template of a Student Education Plan, and a resource list of books that will assist them in drafting their own homeschool student education plan.

Do you find your teen daydreaming ten minutes after giving him an assignment? Does he make careless mistakes in his work? Is it difficult for him to stay on task and finish school work? Or does your teen struggle with organizing personal and school materials? Does he seem to forget what he has learned the day before? These are all learning problems common among teenagers with ADD or ADHD. Many homeschooling parents find themselves frustrated and looking for answers on how to effectively teach their struggling learners. In this workshop we will discuss ways to help alleviate stress for both the parent and student by giving you practical ideas to help make learning easier for your teenager no matter what subject you teach or curriculum you use!

This workshop offers practical resources, lists of materials, and curricula in order to help equip you as you homeschool your struggling learner. Ideas for designing a unique home instruction program tailored to your child’s specific learning strengths and challenges will be presented.

Does your child often forget information from one day to the next? Does she struggle with mental arithmetic and memorizing multiplication tables? Is she easily distracted? This workshop addresses the challenges of homeschooling a child with memory difficulties. We will discuss the critical role that working memory plays in learning and attention, common roadblocks that parents face as they homeschool a child with memory issues, and practical ways that you can come alongside your student by implementing teaching strategies to match the latest research on how the brain functions.

The signs of risk for dyslexia in preschool and early elementary children will be discussed, along with the definition of dyslexia and the differences in the brain’s pathways for reading in dyslexic individuals. Information and activities to intervene early in highrisk individuals to increase print awareness and phonological awareness and to improve handwriting skills will be shared.

Conference:

Patchogue, NY
Friday & Saturday
Mar. 24 through 25, 2017

2017 NYS LEAH Downstate Conference

Presented by: New York State Loving Education At Home
ID: DNY1703
Friday;
Mar. 24, 2017
$4.00

Topics: Special needs
ID: DNY1711
Friday;
Mar. 24, 2017
$4.00

Does your student struggle with language, writing, and communication? Does it seem like they are allergic to writing? What you teach your student through language arts is the pavement on the road to your student's future success. Special needs students who struggle with reading usually struggle with spelling, composition, and with interpreting literature. This workshop will give parents ideas, tips, and teaching techniques to help pave the road for their student's future success in Language Arts.

Topics: Special needs

Conference:

Kalihi Union Church
Friday & Saturday
Mar. 10 through 11, 2017

CHOH Annual Conference - 2017

Presented by: Christian Homeschoolers of Hawaii
Recording ID: 2017-F
Original Price: $200.00
Set Price: $69.00

CHOH Annual Conference - 2017

This We believe! Keynote speaker: Todd Wilson This set includes every recording from the Christian Homeschoolers Of Hawaii Conference keynote and workshop sessions. Forty recordings in all. A great savings over 50% off!

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 17-204Free College at your Fingertips by: Jean Burk17-209Experience Excellence in Writing by: Karen Shimabukuro17-404How to Ace the “New” SAT by: Jean Burk2017-01This, We Believe! by: Todd Wilson2017-02Choose the Hard Things by: Todd Wilson2017-03Life after Graduation by: Todd Wilson2017-04Lies Homeschoolers Believe by: Todd Wilson2017-05How to be a Great Wife Even Though You Home School by: Todd Wilson2017-06Every Dad a Homeschooling Dad! by: Todd Wilson2017-07Taming the Techno-beast by: Todd Wilson2017-08Answers for Homeschool Critics in Your Life — Even When its You by: Todd Wilson2017-09Nurturing Competent Communicators –The Power of Linguistic Patterns by: Andrew Pudewa2017-10Teaching Boys & Other Children Who Would Rather Make Forts All Day by: Andrew Pudewa2017-11The Four Deadly Errors of Teaching Writing by: Andrew Pudewa2017-12The Four Language Arts by: Andrew Pudewa2017-13Fairy Tales and the Moral Imagination by: Andrew Pudewa2017-14But … but … but … What about Grammar? by: Andrew Pudewa2017-15Homeschool 101 by: Lora Burbage2017-17Preparing for the Job Market – College? Business? Trends? by: Lora Burbage2017-18Preparing the Next Generation for Marriage by: Mike & Kim Marquez2017-19Help Your Nonstandard Learner by: Esther Wilkison2017-20How to Love Teaching a Reluctant Writer by: Esther Wilkison2017-21Don't Give Up on the Disorganized by: Esther Wilkison2017-22Benefits of Nonstandard Learning by: Esther Wilkison2017-23Help for the Numerically Challenged by: Esther Wilkison2017-24Brain Development & Handwriting by: Esther Wilkison2017-25Who Gets the Last Word? by: Patrick Nurre2017-26The Geology of Hawaii from a Biblical Perspective by: Patrick Nurre2017-27Genesis and the Ice Age by: Patrick Nurre2017-28How to Identify Those Rocks Your Kids are Bringing Home by: Patrick Nurre2017-29Dinosaurs, the Ark and the Bible by: Patrick Nurre2017-30Mountain Building: Geological Apologetics by: Patrick Nurre2017-31How Do I Teach All These Kids and Still Get Dinner on the Table? by: Laura Amick2017-32Intentional Learning through Play by: Randie Megan Graef2017-33Tough Questions, Vibrant Dialogue, Critical Thinkers, and Eloquent Expression by: Dianne Nowak2017-34Secrets to the Scholarship Search by: Jean Burk2017-35Freeze Your Teenagers until They're 23 by: Jean Burk2017-37Build an Amazing Homeschool Transcript by: Jean Burk2017-38Knowledge to College – Your Keys from A-Z by: Jean Burk2017-40Discovering and Inspiring Gifts through Fun by: Cullen Chong 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: 2017-19
Friday;
Mar. 10, 2017
$5.00

Find out what is happening in the brain of a struggling student—not in technical labels but in compassion and clarity. Discover hope from Esther who knows from her own Nonstandard Learning experience what it is like to struggle in learning—and then succeed. Learn ways to help your Nonstandard Learner thrive in learning and life!

ID: 2017-20
Friday;
Mar. 10, 2017
$5.00

Whatever work God calls your child to in the future, he or she will need to be an excellent communicator. Learn from someone who once was a reluctant writer but now is a published author who writes for pleasure every day. Come participate in writing activities you can use with your children to set them up for success in writing. Discover enjoyable ideas and grading helps that are practical, creative, and easy to implement.

ID: 2017-22
Saturday;
Mar. 11, 2017
$5.00

Learning challenges are often discussed as disabilities—but there are different abilities that God purposely designed in your child. Those different abilities are like vibrant colors God uses in painting His creative masterpieces. Learn from someone who knows well benefits of being nonstandard—both from her own experience and from research. Discover ideas that will help you prepare your child for all the good works He has preplanned for him or her to do.

ID: 2017-23
Saturday;
Mar. 11, 2017
$5.00

Perhaps the land of numbers is one your child would rather not visit. End the reign of math anxiety forever by providing a solid math foundation. Knowledge really is easier for those who understand. Learn skills that will help unlock your child’s math potential.

ID: 2017-24
Saturday;
Mar. 11, 2017
$5.00

Many children (and grown ups) have given up on their handwriting. They don’t like how their handwriting looks, but they feel stuck with it. Learn ways to leave this fixed mindset behind. Discover the important role handwriting plays in unlocking the brain. Find out the role keyboarding and texting play as well. Learn innovative skills that lead to lifelong legibility.

Conference:

Oregon Convention Center - Portland OR
Friday & Saturday
Jul. 22 through 23, 2016

OR-2016 Growing in Wisdom and Stature

Presented by: Oregon Christian Home Education Association Network
Recording ID: 16-SET
Original Price: $337.50
Set Price: $125.00

2016 Complete Conference

When you purchase the complete conference set you can download any or all of the messages available so that you can take them with you and listen on your phone, personal device or home computer. Move several to a USB drive to listen in your car. Each message stands alone, so download the ones you want and leave the ones that don't apply. One economical price (almost 60% off) buys the entire conference.

Handouts for select sessions can be found at http://www.oceanetwork.org/2016handouts.pdf

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 16-001Rooted, Grounded, and Abiding in God's Love by: Steve Demme16-002Family is Hard by: Todd Wilson16-101Loving Your Family as God Has Loved Us by: Steve Demme16-102Choosing and Adapting Curriculum for Special Needs Students by: Jennifer Bliesner16-103A (Mostly Not Very Boring) Introduction to Worldviews by: David Knopp16-104Preschool from the Ground Up by: Copper Webb16-105Homeschooling: God's Design by: Linda Crosby16-106How to be a Great Wife Even Though You Homeschool by: Todd Wilson16-107Johnny Appleseed, the Hero of Ohio by: Bruce Isham16-108Getting Kids to Help at Home: Training in Diligence and Thoroughness by: Vicki Bentley16-110Homeschooling Middle School with a Powerful Purpose by: Lee Binz16-111How to Build Lifelong Learners with Math-U-See by: OCEANetwork Exhibitor16-201Get REAL! by: Todd Wilson16-202PDPs: The Who, What, When, Why & How's of Developing a PDP by: Jennifer Bliesner16-203The Romantic Worldview by: David Knopp16-204Intentional Families: Priorities, Teamwork, and Christ-Centered Homes by: Aaron and Tauna Meyer16-205Curriculum: How Do I Choose? by: Linda Crosby16-206The Influence of Fathers by: Steve Demme16-207Tales of the Old West, Part 1 by: Bruce Isham16-208Starting in the Middle by: Vicki Bentley16-209Let the Journey Begin by: Joyce Padilla16-210Beyond Academics: Preparation for College and Life by: Lee Binz16-211Where Birds Eat Horses: The Language of Evolution by: OCEANetwork Exhibitor16-212But We Just Went Over This Yesterday, Remember? by: OCEANetwork Exhibitor16-213Critical Thinking Skills Are Critical in A.C.E. by: OCEANetwork Exhibitor16-301Father Power by: Todd Wilson16-303Taking Worldviews Home by: David Knopp16-304An Early Start in STEM by: Copper Webb16-305Making History Come Alive by: Linda Crosby16-306Five Strategies to Build Up and Encourage Our Wives by: Steve Demme16-307Tales of the Old West, Part 2 by: Bruce Isham16-308When Life Broadsides Your Homeschool by: Vicki Bentley16-309Homeschooling FAQ's by: Joyce Padilla16-310Getting it All Done!? by: Anne Light16-311The Christian Family Worldview Library by: OCEANetwork Exhibitor16-312I Hate Math, But I Want My Kids To Love It by: OCEANetwork Exhibitor16-313Classical History Through the Ages by: OCEANetwork Exhibitor16-401The Divine Blueprint for Building a Family of Faith by: Steve Demme16-402Raising Children Who Need Jesus by: Pam Forster16-403Breaking through Bible Boredom (Part 1) by: David Knopp16-404Field Notes from The Road Less Traveled by: Copper Webb16-405Laughing in the Midst of Mothering by: Linda Crosby16-406Help! I'm Married to a Homeschooling Mom by: Todd Wilson16-407A Portrait of a Great President by: Bruce Isham16-408Homeschooling on a Shoestring Budget by: Vicki Bentley16-409Climate Change and Your Right to Homeschool by: Dick Karman16-410High School Record Keeping by: Lee Binz16-411Health Care Sharing in an ACA World by: OCEANetwork Exhibitor16-412But We Just Went Over This Yesterday, Remember? by: OCEANetwork Exhibitor16-413The Picture Smart Bible...Designed for this Generation! by: OCEANetwork Exhibitor16-501What to Do When Your Plan Doesn't Go According to Plan by: Todd Wilson16-502Christian Homeschooling in a Pagan Culture by: Peter Padilla16-503Breaking through Bible Boredom (Part 2) by: David Knopp16-504Child-Training Boot Camp 101 by: Pam Forster16-505Ideas for Scheduling and Planning by: Linda Crosby16-506 Celebrating Hope and Redemption in the Valleys of Life by: Steve Demme16-507The Wise and the Foolish by: Bruce Isham16-508“Jump-Start” to Joyful Motherhood (Psalm 113:9) by: Vicki Bentley16-509A Leadership Legacy, or “I Guess I Didn't I Say No.” by: Dick Karman16-510Looking Back and Looking Forward by: Anne Light16-511Experience Excellence in Writing by: OCEANetwork Exhibitor16-512C.S. Lewis on Classical Education by: OCEANetwork Exhibitor16-513Spelling You See by: OCEANetwork Exhibitor16-601An Unbeatable Team by: Todd Wilson16-60325 Ways to Create Space for Discipleship by: David Knopp16-604The A-B-C's for 3-4-5's by: Copper Webb16-605Unit Studies: Teaching Multiple Ages at Once by: Linda Crosby16-606Biblical Principles of Communication for the Family by: Steve Demme16-607Travelling Across America by: Bruce Isham16-608Mentoring Groups in Action by: Vicki Bentley16-609A Mother's Love by: Joyce Padilla16-610Creating Transcripts for Your Unique Child by: Lee Binz16-611Soar with Open LORE: Overcoming Barriers to Reading by: OCEANetwork Exhibitor16-612Speak Up and Fear Not! by: OCEANetwork Exhibitor16-613Convention of States Oregon: How to Restore Constitutional Limited Government by: OCEANetwork Exhibitor 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.

All children have special needs, but some have more challenges than others. Learn how to adapt and plan an effective curriculum so that your child shows measurable progress. Explore the stumbling blocks that can prevent true learning. Don't waste money and time buying the wrong curriculum. This is a great session for parents of more than one child. You'll learn how to adapt curriculum to fit more than one student.

Topics: Special needs

Who needs a Personal Development Plan? What exactly is it? When should you apply? Why should you apply? And most importantly, how do you write an effective measurable plan for your child? Mother of eight, (five with special needs) and homeschool consultant/tutor who has worked with more than 200 individual special needs children in the last 25 years, Jennifer Bliesner will lay out a clear course for developing and maintaining an effective “Personal Development Plan” for your special needs child. This important document will navigate you through the state requirements as well as enhance your child’s education.

ID: 16-610
Saturday;
Jul. 23, 2016
$4.50

You don't have to change the way you homeschool in order to make your child fit the ‘college box.’ Create a unique transcript for your unique child, and it will help them stand out in the crowd of college applicants!

The handout for this session is available at http://www.oceanetwork.org/2016handouts.pdf

Conference:

Nampa, ID
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 3 through 4, 2016

2016 CHOIS Convention

Presented by: Christian Homeschoolers of Idaho State

Homeschooling has proven to be an exceptional option for any student with special needs or learning challenges. But for the home educator, the task can be daunting. The task often requires extra research, the acquisition of intervention techniques/skills, unique curricula, discernment between character and limitations, unlimited patience, and constant evaluation and investigation. If you find yourself juggling the responsibilities of a challenged student—or if you even WONDER if your student’s tears are indicative of deeper issues—join us for this discussion group. You will find encouragement as you gain insights and ideas from others who are on the same journey!

Topics: Special needs

Conference:

Harrisburg, PA Farm Show Complex
Friday & Saturday
May. 13 through 14, 2016

PA-2016 Renewing Our Minds

Presented by: Christian Homeschool Association of Pennsylvania
ID: 2016-406
Friday;
May. 13, 2016
$4.50

How to develop an educational plan for your student with dyslexia, dysgraphia, ADHD, and other special needs. Beth Mora brings her background as a registered nurse, case manager and certified rehabilitation specialist (C.R.R.N.) to this workshop. She is a student of her patients and has learned a great deal from the families she has served. In this workshop, 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. Plan to leave this workshop feeling strengthened and empowered to continue your special needs journey.

Conference:

Baton Rouge / Baker - Lousisiana
Friday & Saturday
Apr. 15 through 16, 2016

2016 Louisiana Christian Parenting Conference

Presented by: Homeschool Louisiana
ID: C7
Saturday;
Apr. 16, 2016
$4.00

Are you concerned about your child's reading difficulties? Reading delays and challenges can vary in cause and severity, ranging from being a “late bloomer” to being dyslexic. Determining the cause and solution can be frustrating for both you and your child. Jenny has worked for over ten years with children who struggle with reading troubles, and she continues to advise and encourage families with these issues. Come discover the clues to identifying your child's issues, and receive some ideas and resources for improvement.

Topics: Special needs

You are the very best teacher and advocate for your child. Our 10 children have had a plethora of educational challenges from dyslexia, gifted, emotional disabilities, moderate mental retardation, and Down syndrome. From my background in special education and elementary education and the real training ground of 26 years of home schooling, I bring a wealth of experience. We will share educational strategies both traditional and some out of the box methods. Homeschooling your learning challenged student is not easy, and comes with unique obstacles, but all things are possible with GOD. Be not dismayed, if you find your home school adventure facing unique challenges, please join us!

Topics: Special needs

Conference:

Lincoln, NE
Friday & Saturday
Apr. 1 through 2, 2016

2016 NCHEA Conference and Curriculum Fair

Presented by: Nebraska Christian Home Educators Association
ID: 2016B2
Friday;
Apr. 1, 2016
$5.00

THINK Dyslexic! Learn the facts about dyslexia. If trying to teach students with dyslexia/S.L.D. is fresh for most teachers, consider what it must be like from the student point of view. Engage in tasks that simulate the dif?culty a student with learning disabilities might have when asked to perform typical classwork. You’ll look at your role a little differently.

Topics: Special needs
ID: 2016C3
Friday;
Apr. 1, 2016
$5.00

In this overview of ASD (Autism Spectum Disorder), participants will learn about the prevalence and characteristics including cognitive ability, social/emotional development, communication, ?ne and gross motor skills, and sensory processing, together with simple strategies for supporting individuals on the spectrum.

Topics: Special needs

20/20 eyesite is one of many visual components that contributes to the ability to take in visual information for learning. It’s thought that up to 80% of learning relies on the visual system through components of eye tracking, focusing, teaming, and processing of visual information. This presentation is to raise awareness of the impact visual de?ciencies can have on learning, signs that may indicate your child has an underlying vision disorder impacting their ability to learn, and treatment options for these visual de?ciencies.

Topics: Special needs

Conference:

Patchogue, NY
Friday & Saturday
Mar. 18 through 19, 2016

2016 NYS LEAH Downstate Convention

Presented by: New York State Loving Education At Home
ID: DNY1614
Friday;
Mar. 18, 2016
$4.00

Topics: Special needs
ID: DNY1619
Friday;
Mar. 18, 2016
$4.00

Topics: Special needs

Conference:

Kalihi Union Church
Friday & Saturday
Mar. 11 through 12, 2016

CHOH Annual Conference - 2016

Presented by: Christian Homeschoolers of Hawaii

Learn how digestion is linked to brain function and how proper nutrition improves focus and communication. Also learn about medical conditions and learning styles that are often misdiagnosed as ADHD, and how to treat the real causes.

Conference:

PORTLAND, OREGON
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 19 through 20, 2015

OR-2015 Our Hope is in the Lord

Presented by: Oregon Christian Home Education Association Network
Recording ID: 15-SET
Original Price: $225.00
Set Price: $99.00

2015 Complete Conference

The 2015 Conference theme reminds us that "Our Hope is in the Lord" as we raise our families, tend our marriages, and homeschool. Sessions from the 2015 Oregon Christian Home Education Conference address all those aspects of Christian homeschool family life.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 15-001Our Hope is in the Lord by: Gregg Harris15-00230 Years of Vigilance for One Day of Freedom by: Dick Karman15-003Hoping in God Throughout the Seasons of Life by: Gregg Harris15-102Preschool 1,2,3,4 by: Jennifer Bliesner15-103Noah's Flood by: Kyle & Noah Justice15-1045 Secrets for Aspiring Entrepreneurs by: Daniel Craig15-105Christian Homeschool Success in High School by: Lee Binz15-106Nurture and Admonition - Not Pain and Provocation by: Dr. Brian Ray15-107Three Simple Goals for Your First Year by: Melanie Young15-108Nurturing Your Marriage While Homeschooling by: Ann Dunagan, Jon Dunagan15-109Your Struggling Learner, You Can Homeschool and We Can Help! by: Faith Berens15-201My Beloved, My Friend by: Melanie Young, Hal Young15-202Starting Your Preschooler Off Right by: Jennifer Bliesner15-203Ancient Man – What They Left Behind Confirms Scripture by: Kyle & Noah Justice15-204You're a Christian? That's Like So Weird by: Daniel Craig15-205High School Grades and Credits by: Lee Binz15-207Let the Homeschool Journey Begin by: Joyce Padilla15-208Aiming our Arrows into Adulthood by: Jon Dunagan15-209Teaching Struggling Learners At Home: Nuts and Bolts for Success by: Faith Berens15-303The Grand Canyon – Catastrophic Layering and Erosion by: Kyle & Noah Justice15-304Pop Culture, Jesus and Me by: Daniel Craig15-305One Hour Transcript Workshop by: Lee Binz15-306Training our Boys to be Men by: Jon Dunagan15-307Homeschooling Through the Hard Times by: Melanie Young, Hal Young15-308Personal Leadership by: Gregg Harris15-309Tackling Tricky High School Issues: Practical Help and Guidance by: Faith Berens15-402Endangered Minds: Raising a Thinking Child in an Electronic World by: Jennifer Bliesner15-403Dinosaurs and the Bible by: Kyle & Noah Justice15-404Daring Daughters: World Missions for PreTeen and Teenage Girls by: Ann Dunagan15-405Planning High School Courses by: Lee Binz15-406Anger: The Subtle Home Breaker by: Mike Schrock15-407Homeschooling a Houseful by: Melanie Young15-408A Yearning Fulfilled by: Gregg Harris15-409Laying a Foundation for Reading Comprehension in the Preschool Years by: Faith Berens15-501Raising Real Men by: Melanie Young, Hal Young15-502Dear Mommy: Loving the Little Years by: Grace King15-503Mount St. Helens – Evidence for the Flood by: Kyle & Noah Justice15-504How My Parents Kept My Heart...Even in the Teen Years by: Daniel Craig15-505Finding the Faith to Homeschool Through High School by: Lee Binz15-508Mission-Minded Families by: Ann Dunagan, Jon Dunagan15-509Developing and Drafting Student Education Plans (SEP's) by: Faith Berens15-601Parenting and Homeschooling By Faith, not Fear by: Ann Dunagan, Jon Dunagan15-602Homeschool FAQ's by: Joyce Padilla15-603The Ice Age by: Kyle & Noah Justice15-604Do Something! How to Engage Life for the Glory of God by: Daniel Craig15-605What's Next? Options After Homeschool High School by: Lee Binz15-606Communicating with Teens by: Mike Schrock15-607Homeschooling from the Beginning by: Melanie Young15-608Freedom – What's It Worth to You? by: Dr. Brian Ray15-609Dyslexia Demystified—Definitions and Hope for Homeschoolers by: Faith Berens 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.

Faith will share diagnostic checklists for struggling learners, common roadblocks homeschooling parents face, and help you navigate around those, as well as share strategies for success with your children who learn differently. In addition, she will provide an overview of HSLDA’s Struggling Learner/Special Needs Department and the many resources they provide to both members and non-members.

Topics: Special needs

This workshop offers practical resources, lists of materials, and curricula in order to help equip you as you work with a struggling learner in your home school. Multi-sensory teaching methods, direct instruction, modeled teaching, and “scaffolding” instruction are shared, as well as ideas for designing a unique home instruction program tailored to your child’s specific challenges.

This workshop addresses some of the challenges associated with homeschooling struggling or atypical learners in the high school years. Do you have questions such as, “How do I award my child with special needs a diploma?” or “What do I do since my child with dyslexia can’t read typical high school level material?” Faith discusses alternative course work, specialized curricula and learning materials, assistive technology, transcript options, possible graduation guidelines/high school programs for special learners, post-high school options, as well as offer tips for navigating the process of applying for testing accommodations for the college boards.

Does your child have a learning disability or perhaps severe special needs? Have you pulled your child out of public school where he used to have an IEP (individual education plan)? Participants will learn the purposes and benefits of writing an SEP, student education plan, the homeschool version of an IEP. This workshop also provides guidance in how to draft an SEP. Participants will look at sample student education plans, receive a template of a Student Education Plan, and a resource list of books that will assist them in drafting their own homeschool student education plan.

Faith will define what dyslexia is (and what it is not), discuss the different types of dyslexia as well as levels of struggle (mild, moderate, severe), and then offer hope by sharing the types of necessary teaching methods, specific, research-based interventions and programs that can be implemented in homeschool setting. Hope and encouragement are offered, in addition to right brain “tricks” and strategies for success to add to your teaching toolkit!

Conference:

Harrisburg, PA Farm Show Complex
Friday & Saturday
May. 8 through 9, 2015

PA-2015 Plans to Give You Hope

Presented by: Christian Homeschool Association of Pennsylvania
ID: 2015-512
Saturday;
May. 9, 2015
$4.50

Whether or not becoming a "special needs" parent was something for which you planned, finding yourself in this "club" can cause a sense of being overwhelmed yet also uniquely blessed. In a round-table discussion, Karen & Colton Weber will lead in discovering how to experience God's grace and joy in the midst of the difficulties of parenting and homeschooling children with special needs. You are invited to share your successes and challenges and network with other parents in this "special" session!

Conference:

Baton Rouge / Baker - Louisiana
Friday & Saturday
Apr. 17 through 18, 2015

2015 CHEF of Louisiana Homeschool & Parenting Convention - Raising the Next Generation

Presented by: Homeschool Louisiana
ID: B6
Friday;
Apr. 17, 2015
$4.00

This workshop, taught by a Board Certified Behavorial Optometrist, covers vision development and the impact vision has on a child's ability to learn and succeed academically. Gain information about the differences between eyesight and vision. Learn and identify signs and symptoms that can indicate a problem. And hear about modifications parents can make to assist their children in a learning environment.

Topics: Special needs

Find out how you can discover your child's natural way of learning and understanding. We'll explore nine different Multiple Intelligences and learning styles. Once you know how your child processes information so it becomes interesting to them, you can then know how to present information in a way that they enjoy learning. I will be sharing how books from Usborne Books & More can reach and excite your child through their individual strengths.

In the 15 years that Jenny has been homeschooling, she has managed to survive and even enjoy homeschooling with ADHD, ADD, dyslexia, giftedness, sensory integration, and auditory processing issues. Homeschooling with these issues can be discouraging and exhausting. Come get some help for your family's journey.

Topics: Special needs

Conference:

Portland, Oregon
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 20 through 21, 2014

OR-2014 Be Thou My Vision

Presented by: Oregon Christian Home Education Association Network
ID: 14-102
Friday;
Jun. 20, 2014
$4.50

Have you ever heard “All children are gifts from God” only to roll your eyes and think “Ha! They don’t know what goes on in my house!” If you don't look for God's gifts in your child, you may be missing some of His best. Come laugh and be encouraged to see what God had in mind when He designed your child. Learn to see your child through God’s spectacles and to stay focused on God’s vision of your child...not the world’s.

“Why isn’t this child learning as well as my other children? What am I doing wrong?" When a child seems bright but is not learning as fast as his peers, the problem could be a learning disability. This session explains the symptoms of learning disability and how to determine if this is the problem. Teaching methods, curriculum selection, and specialized tutoring will also be discussed.

Topics: Special needs

A Personally Developed Plan (PDP) is required by Oregon law when a homeschool student with special needs fails to score above the 14th percentile on a nationally normed achievement test. This session will explain how the PDP is cooperatively written by an academic advisor and the parents, and the ways in which the plan identifies, addresses, and measures student progress.

Topics: Special needs

Conference:

Atlanta, GA
Thursday - Saturday
Jun. 5 through 7, 2014

2014 GHEA Annual Conference

Presented by: Georgia Home Education Association
ID: 1430
Friday;
Jun. 6, 2014
$3.00

Does your child have a learning disability or perhaps severe special needs? Have you pulled your child out of public school where he used to have an IEP (individual education plan)? Participants will learn the purposes and benefits of writing an SEP, student education plan, the homeschool version of an IEP. This workshop also provides guidance in how to draft an SEP. Participants will look at sample student education plans, receive a template of a Student Education Plan, and a resource list of books that will assist them in drafting their own homeschool student education plan.

Conference:

Baker, Louisiana
Friday & Saturday
Apr. 25 through 26, 2014

2014 CHEF of Louisiana Annual Homeschool Convention

Presented by: Homeschool Louisiana
ID: D6
Friday;
Apr. 25, 2014
$4.00

Parents of struggling students often find that their best resources are other parents who have walked the same road; this workshop is intended to offer the same encouragement and a few more concrete sources of help.

Families with children who desire competitive athletic experiences have several avenues to meet that need. Hear how families have addressed that need, and what opportunities may be available for your athlete.

Conference:

Kalihi Union Church
Friday & Saturday
Mar. 14 through 15, 2014

CHOH Annual Conference - 2014

Presented by: Christian Homeschoolers of Hawaii
ID: 2014-21
Saturday;
Mar. 15, 2014
$4.00

Topics: Special needs
ID: 2014-27
Friday;
Mar. 14, 2014
$4.00

Topics: Special needs

Conference:

Patchogue, NY
Friday & Saturday
Mar. 14 through 15, 2014

2014 NYS LEAH Downstate Convention

Presented by: New York State Loving Education At Home
ID: DNY1404
Friday;
Mar. 14, 2014
$4.00

Topics: Special needs

Conference:

Portland Convention Center
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 21 through 22, 2013

OR-2013 Anchored in Christ

Presented by: Oregon Christian Home Education Association Network
ID: 13-111
Friday;
Jun. 21, 2013
$4.50

Setting realistic goals, choosing effective curriculum, keeping the teaching fun, and adapting curriculum are just a few of the areas that will be covered in this session. Jennifer will also be teaching about the basics of developing and using a “Personal Individual Education Plan” to keep parents and students on the right track.

ID: 13-306
Saturday;
Jun. 22, 2013
$4.50

Uncover the secrets of children’s learning styles: visual, auditory or kinesthetic. What these terms mean and how they impact learning can revolutionize teaching. One may be teaching all the right things, but in the wrong way. In this process discover your teaching style and how it affects your children and their education.

Topics: Special needs

Conference:

Calvary Chapel Komo Mai
Friday & Saturday
Apr. 5 through 6, 2013

CHOH Annual Conference - 2013

Presented by: Christian Homeschoolers of Hawaii

Digestive, immune & metabolic conditions common in autism, ADHD and special needs can negatively impact development & behavior; learn about medical treatments to optimize learning.

Topics: Special needs
ID: 2013-26
Friday;
Apr. 5, 2013
$4.00

The Truth about ADHD: Myth vs. Research

Topics: Special needs
ID: 2013-27
Saturday;
Apr. 6, 2013
$4.00

Learn the facts about the cause, symptoms and diagnosis of this learning challenge and what really works for struggling readers.

Topics: Special needs
ID: 2013-29
Friday;
Apr. 5, 2013
$4.00

Is your child frustrated with schoolwork? Does he seem to detour easily? Discover hope from a non-standard learner who was told she would not graduate.

ID: 2013-30
Friday;
Apr. 5, 2013
$4.00

Is reading comprehension a problem? Is your child having trouble matching symbols to sounds? Is your child discouraged? Find hope from someone who also struggled with dyslexia.

Topics: Special needs
ID: 2013-31
Saturday;
Apr. 6, 2013
$4.00

How can a child lose things? Why does he seem lost in time and space? Esther will give real-life strategies from her experiences that are transformational.

Conference:

Portland, Oregon
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 22 through 23, 2012

OR-2012 Start Strong, Stay Strong, Finish Strong

Presented by: Oregon Christian Home Education Association Network
ID: 12-27
Friday;
Jun. 22, 2012
$4.50

Items that will be covered in this workshop are: • The legal process for teaching students that qualify for “Special Ed Services” • Types of disabilities that one might need to specifically address through this legal process • Ideas proven to help many students with special needs • Can you write your own PDP? How? • Answers to specific questions from the group.

Topics: Special needs

Conference:

Portland, OR
Friday - Sunday
Jun. 24 through 26, 2011

OR-2011 Delight in the Lord

Presented by: Oregon Christian Home Education Association Network

Dad, you don’t have to be a spiritual giant with a towering intellect to be a leader in your family’s homeschool.

ID: 11-15
Friday;
Jun. 24, 2011
$4.50

Mad? Angry? Ticked off? Or just frustrated? What ever you call it, it will drive your kids away, divide your marriage, and destroy your home. No one likes living next to a volcano that could erupt at any moment. What are the dangers, the signs, and some Biblical solutions? How does one deal with an angry person and how do I get rid of these feelings that scream at me?

ID: 11-19
Friday;
Jun. 24, 2011
$4.50

Not many people realize that the historical development of evolutionary ideas were based on philosophical assumptions and shifts, not on scientific discovery. This seminar takes a critical look at this fascinating piece of history.

Consider the research of Dr. Chall and Stages of Reading Development. Learn ways to build a solid base for reading success for either the beginning non-reader or the floundering learner.

ID: 11-47
Saturday;
Jun. 25, 2011
$4.50

Consider the unique challenges of special needs home schooling, with a home school mom of eight (five of which were special needs kids!) Learn helpful tips in how to assess a child's learning ability, where to go to receive help, and how to develop your own unique plan for your child.

Topics: Special needs
ID: 11-67
Saturday;
Jun. 25, 2011
$4.50

Discover many benefits for the revival of connected writing as a powerful help in nipping dyslexia. Gather practical tips for teaching it to all ages.

Topics: Special needs