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Conference:

Albany, Oregon
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 21 2024

OR 2024 Mission Possible

Presented by: Oregon Christian Home Education Association Network
Recording ID: 24-1000
Original Price: $183.75
Set Price: $99.00

2024 Complete Oregon Conference Set

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 24-001Impossible Homeschooling by: Daniel Craig24-002Hope Is Alive! by: Rick Green24-003How America Can Again Be One Nation Under God by: Rick Green24-004Why I'm Glad I Was Homeschooled (and Why Your Kids Will Be Too) by: Daniel Craig24-100With All Your Mind (Mark 12:30) by: Rick Green24-101Teens Don't Have to Rebel: Building Enduring Relationships with Your Children by: Daniel Craig24-102Choosing Joy—Identifying Joy Killers and Finding Our Identity in Christ by: Erika Poston24-103Volcanoes, Volcanic Rocks, and Earthquakes (Parent/child session) by: Patrick Nurre24-104Creating a Bright Future for Your Junior High /High School Homeschool Student by: Beth Mora24-105A Matter of Time — Why the Age of Creation Matters (Teen session) by: Bruce Malone24-106Getting Started Homeschooling by: Tauna Meyer24-111Experience the Classical Education Model by: Classical Conversations 24-112 Benefits of Military Service to Homeschool Families by: Oregon Army National Guard 24-114Education for Liberty by: Biblical Classical Community 24-115Raising Global Christians Through Education by: My Homeschool Spanish 24-116School Choice and Homeschool Freedom: Why Government Funding is Not the Answer by: Tauna Meyer24-200Teaching Civics in a Fun and Purposeful Way (yes, you can do both!) by: Rick Green24-201Boy Meets Girl … WHAT NOW?! by: Daniel Craig24-202Investing Your Time, Treasures, and Talents in Your Family by: Forrest Mora24-203The Dinosaur Hunters (Parent/child session) by: Patrick Nurre24-204The Ten Habits of Highly Effective Writers by: Beth Mora24-205Explosive Geological Evidence for Creation (Teen session) by: Bruce Malone24-206Loving the Preschool and Kindergarten Years by: Tauna Meyer24-300Taylor Swift, Jesus, and Me by: Daniel Craig24-301Leading Families in a Techno-World by: Corey Gilbert24-302Experienced Moms' Homeschool Panel by: Homeschool Panel24-303Teaching Geology to Build and Defend Your Faith by: Patrick Nurre24-304Finding Pieces to the Puzzle: Developing an Educational Plan for Your Student with Special Needs by: Beth Mora24-305Blind to the Obvious—How Intelligent People Can Be Blind to the Evidence for Creation (Teen session) by: Bruce Malone24-306First Things First: Cultivating Bible Habits and a Gospel-Centered Home by: Tauna Meyer24-400Raising Leaders with Moral Clarity in a World of Moral Relativism by: Rick Green24-401The Power of Delight (for Fathers/Sons) by: Daniel Craig24-402Best Homeschool Curriculum Choice: Your Marriage by: Beth Mora, Forrest Mora24-403Genesis and the Ice Age by: Patrick Nurre24-404Teaching American Literature (Handout Available) by: Thelma English24-405Discovery and Design (Teen session) by: Bruce Malone24-406Learning Styles and Curriculum by: Tauna Meyer24-410Increasing in Wisdom, Stature, and Favor with God by: Child Evangelism Fellowship 24-4115 Tools to Help Your Children Think Well and Develop Understanding by: Classical Conversations 24-412Multi-Age/Multi-Grade—All Together by: BiblioPlan Mindy Brouse24-414 Filling Math Gaps for the Struggling Student by: Math-U-See , Sue Wachter24-415Embracing Marketing Shifts in the Homeschool Community by: Forrest Mora, Beth Mora24-500Raising Positive Kids in a Negative World by: Rick Green24-501An Equipment Operator's Guide to Keeping Your Family Out of the Shop by: Forrest Mora24-502Into the Lion's Den by: Bruce Malone24-503Rock Identification Made Easy (Parent/child) by: Patrick Nurre24-504Teaching British Lit/English (Hand out available) by: Thelma English24-505Do Something! How to Engage Life for the Glory of God (Teen session) by: Daniel Craig24-506The Joys of Multi-Level Teaching by: Beth Mora 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.

No matter how long you’ve been homeschooling, creating a bright future for your young adult can be daunting. There’s much to learn and talk about: •Independent versus interdependent learning and why it matters •Calculating credits for High School graduation •Preparing a student for college learning and creating transcripts •Internships: why are they a game-changer for your student’s homeschool experience •Creating a positive homeschool experience filled with wonderful memories Join Beth Mora, veteran homeschool mom of eight children, for an interactive workshop that promises to help your student have a bright future.

ID: 24-106
Friday;
Jun. 21, 2024
$3.75

Have you just started your homeschooling journey? Receive information on legal requirements, what to expect in the first year or two, and how to navigate the various ages and stages of homeschooling. Whether you're starting with preschoolers or high schoolers, this session will help you start strong!

Getting Started Handout

ID: 24-302
Friday;
Jun. 21, 2024
$3.75

Hear from the panel of veteran homeschooling moms as they discuss their struggles and triumphs of homeschooling. They will share how they scheduled their days, taught multiple levels, managed high school while also having toddlers, what hindsight has revealed, and much more! Receive encouragement from moms just like you! (Followed by Q&A.)

ID: 24-506
Saturday;
Jun. 22, 2024
$3.75

Teach babies, toddlers, pre-school, elementary school, tweens, and teens all at once? Yes, it’s God’s design. Multi-level teaching is where one lesson is taught to your entire family while still meeting each child’s individual needs. Multi-level teaching is a practical and effective approach to instruction and requires less time than separate instruction. Younger students benefit from being exposed to more advanced skills, and older students benefit from demonstrating their skills to younger students. It’s a win-win! Learn how to implement this teaching style into your family’s educational plan and create lasting memories.

Conference:

Elizabethtown College, Elizabethtown, PA
Thursday - Saturday
Jun. 13 through 15, 2024

PA-2024 Coming Together to Equip, To Encourage, To Endure

Presented by: Christian Homeschool Association of Pennsylvania
Recording ID: 2024-000
Original Price: $220.00
Set Price: $125.00

The Complete 2024 CHAP Convention Set (Includes Special Needs)

You have the ability to enjoy any or all of the sessions from the 2024 Convention in Elizabethtown, PA. There is no need to order or purchase any individual recordings--this set has them all. The entire set remains in your account for three years--no need to download them and store them. Recordings that experience technical difficulties are not part of this set. 6/15/2024

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 1011...2...3...Homeschool! by: Ginger Wayde102Homeschooling for College Credit by: Jennifer Cook-DeRosa103Nuts and Bolts of High School at Home by: Barb Beideman111Homeschool Resources and Getting Connected in PA by: Alicia Hunt112Using CLEP in Your Christian Homeschool by: Jennifer Cook-DeRosa113My Wife Wants to Homeschool, Now What? by: Todd Hunt121Understanding the PA Homeschool Law by: Ginger Wayde122Christian Dual-Enrollment Programs You Should Know About by: Jennifer Cook-DeRosa123Guidance Counseling 101 by: Barb Beideman131What About Socialization? by: Alicia Hunt133Can I Really Homeschool High School? by: Abby Banks140Agile Homeschooling by: Melanie Young, Hal Young141Adapting Activities to Include Mixed Ages and Abilities by: Sarah Collins143Homeschooling: IEP Considerations by: Shannon Lehman144When Math Doesn't Come Easily by: Kathy Kuhl151When School is Harder Than it Ought To Be by: Melanie Young, Hal Young153Help! My Child Won't Sit by: Sarah Collins154Planning Homeschool with Learning Challenges by: Kathy Kuhl161What Gifted Kids Really Need by: Melanie Young, Hal Young163What is this Function you Speak of with Executive Functioning Skills? by: Sarah Collins164Screens, Tech, and Learning Challenges by: Kathy Kuhl171Struggling Learners in High School & College by: Melanie Young, Hal Young173The Sensory Balanced Homeschool by: Sarah Collins174IEP/ISP Implementation Tips by: Shannon Lehman200Who Do You Answer To? by: Rebecca Spooner211No Longer Little by: Melanie Young, Hal Young212Homeschooling and the History of Parental Rights by: Will Estrada213The Return to Genesis by: Mike Snavely221Confident Homeschooling by: Rebecca Spooner223Evaluations: A Celebration of the Successful Homeschool Year by: Rachel Klein230How to raise kids who serve: creating a culture of service for your household by: Melissa Hannigan231Raising Teens by: Rebecca Spooner2326 Ways You're Making Homeschooling Harder Than It Needs to Be by: Abby Banks233What is Education? by: Ginger Wayde241Habits That Build A Sticky Marriage by: Melanie Young, Hal Young242Understanding the PA Homeschool Law by: Will Estrada243The Mystery of the Dinosaurs by: Mike Snavely251Running Your Own Business by: Rebecca Spooner252Teaching Boys to Love Reading/Writing by: Hal Young, Melanie Young253How to Homeschool Multiple Ages without Losing Your Mind by: Abby Banks300Revival in the Home by: Rebecca Spooner311Things My Dad Never Told Me by: Hal Young312How Can I Teach My Child to Study the Bible if I never Learned Myself? by: Abby Banks313Grand Canyon The Puzzle on the Plateau by: Mike Snavely321Homeschooling for the Future by: Rebecca Spooner322CPS Investigations and Your Family: How to Protect Your Family by: Will Estrada323Did You Make the Grade? by: Ginger Wayde331I Feel Stupid by: Rebecca Spooner332Parenting in a Gender-Confused World by: Melanie Young, Hal Young333Equipping You with the Encouragement to Endure by: Ginger Wayde, Bridget Anderson, Denise Ebersole341How Do You Balance It All by: Rebecca Spooner342Your Family's Communication Culture by: Melanie Young, Hal Young343Lost Secrets of Ancient Civilizations by: Mike Snavely 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: 2024-001
Original Price: $51.00
Set Price: $40.00

The 2024 Special Needs Conference Set

You have the ability to enjoy any or all of the sessions from the 2024 Special Needs Conference in Elizabethtown, PA. There is no need to order or purchase any individual recordings--this set has them all. The entire set remains in your account for three years--no need to download them and store them. Recordings that experience technical difficulties are not part of this set.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 141Adapting Activities to Include Mixed Ages and Abilities by: Sarah Collins143Homeschooling: IEP Considerations by: Shannon Lehman144When Math Doesn't Come Easily by: Kathy Kuhl151When School is Harder Than it Ought To Be by: Melanie Young, Hal Young153Help! My Child Won't Sit by: Sarah Collins154Planning Homeschool with Learning Challenges by: Kathy Kuhl161What Gifted Kids Really Need by: Melanie Young, Hal Young163What is this Function you Speak of with Executive Functioning Skills? by: Sarah Collins164Screens, Tech, and Learning Challenges by: Kathy Kuhl171Struggling Learners in High School & College by: Melanie Young, Hal Young173The Sensory Balanced Homeschool by: Sarah Collins174IEP/ISP Implementation Tips by: Shannon Lehman 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: 2024-002
Original Price: $23.75
Set Price: $19.00

The 2024 Getting Started Set

You have the ability to enjoy any or all of the Getting Started sessions from the 2024 Convention in Elizabethtown, PA. There is no need to order or purchase any individual recordings--this set has them all. The entire set remains in your account for three years--no need to download them and store them. Recordings that experience technical difficulties are not part of this set.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 1011...2...3...Homeschool! by: Ginger Wayde111Homeschool Resources and Getting Connected in PA by: Alicia Hunt113My Wife Wants to Homeschool, Now What? by: Todd Hunt121Understanding the PA Homeschool Law by: Ginger Wayde131What About Socialization? by: Alicia Hunt242Understanding the PA Homeschool Law by: Will Estrada 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.

Ready to get started homeschooling, but not sure what to do next? In this session we will discuss homeschool resources, understanding homeschool lingo, and ways to connect with other homeschoolers in your area and throughout the state.

ID: 121
Thursday;
Jun. 13, 2024
$4.25

Is the PA Homeschool Law a total jumble to you? Are you confused about the paperwork? What about all those requirements? Have your fears and confusion allayed as Ginger explains the process and the details of homeschooling in PA.

ID: 161
Thursday;
Jun. 13, 2024
$4.25

We may hope our kids are really smart, but what happens when they are? It’s intimidating homeschooling a kid who’s racing ahead and seems to need more. Can you really meet his needs or would he be better off with professionals? How can you help her fit in socially? Should he graduate early or not? Hal & Melanie both went through gifted programs in school and now, having raised precocious children of their own, they have the insider’s perspective about the academic, social, and spiritual needs of talented kids. Learn how to teach, parent, and enjoy your bright kids!

ID: 211
Friday;
Jun. 14, 2024
$4.25

The turmoil of the tween/preteen years between nine and thirteen usually catches parents by surprise. Diligent students become addled and distracted. Kids raised in church start questioning the existence of God. Sweet children seem to climb on an emotional rollercoaster – and then invite you to join them. Don’t get a ticket for that ride! Instead, learn to resist the temptation to lose it yourself and to shepherd our children through this challenging age at this funny and all-too-real workshop — and lay a foundation to make the teen years great!

While evaluations are a requirement specified in the PA Homeschool Law, they don’t need to be terrifying or cause anxiety in you or your children. You will get a better understanding of what goes on during an evaluation and how you can best prepare for one. Prospective evaluators, this workshop is for you too. We will discuss evaluator qualifications, as well as the importance of an evaluator in helping families end their homeschool years positively.

ID: 251
Friday;
Jun. 14, 2024
$4.25

Whether you have or are considering starting your own business, entrepreneurship is not for the faint of heart and truthfully, it’s not for everyone. In this session, Rebecca will share some of the highs and lows of her own journey creating multiple businesses and some of the things she has learned along the way about leadership, innovation, and following God’s lead. If you have a big idea you’ve been sitting on and are trying to make your way to financial freedom, make sure to bookmark this session!

Are you wondering how in the world you will be able to homeschool multiple kids at different grade levels? Especially without losing your mind? Abby Banks is a homeschool mom of five and has been homeschooling since 2008. While it's not always roses & buttercups, she’s learned how to have a flexible rhythm & flow in her day and still be productive – even with five kids. In this workshop, we’ll share three keys to homeschooling multiple kids without going crazy (on most days!). We’ll also walk through specific action steps to take to implement what you learn.

In this informative talk, Will discusses the law in your state, and how homeschool families can take steps to protect their children from abuse and neglect, as well as from unnecessary and traumatic investigations by CPS investigators.

ID: 323
Saturday;
Jun. 15, 2024
$4.25

How do grades work in homeschooling? Do you grade your kids from kindergarten on? Can my child skip a grade? What exactly is the supervisor's role? In this helpful chat, Ginger shares new thoughts about grades, grading, and the process of learning. There may just be a few thoughts about 'Things I Wish I Knew', too!

ID: 341
Saturday;
Jun. 15, 2024
$4.25

Let’s be honest: homeschooling is hard. But what makes it even harder is that it is not our only responsibility. We also have to be parents and homemakers while working at our jobs or being involved in our churches or ministries. How do we effectively balance all these important missions that we have been given? How do we prioritize and strategize what truly matters? If you’ve been feeling pulled in a million directions, this one’s for you.

Conference:

Meridian, ID
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 7 through 8, 2024

2024 Homeschool Idaho Convention - Walking In Freedom

Presented by: Homeschool Idaho
Recording ID: 24-1000
Original Price: $108.75
Set Price: $39.99

2024 Complete Homeschool Idaho Convention Set

This is the complete conference set for the 2024 Homeschool Idaho Convention. You need not check any other boxes to enjoy all the available recordings made at the Meridian event. Links to the messages will be emailed to you as the sessions become available for download. Personal use only - all rights reserved-

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Sessions Included In This Set: 24-101Homeschooled to Homeschooling - Lessons I Didn't Know I Learned (and Needed) by: Audra Talley24-102The Toddler Toolbox by: Megan Scheibner24-10310 Things Every New Homeschooler Must Know by: Karen DeBeus24-104Developing A Plan for Highschool by: Natalie Mack24-105Finding Our Why by: Aby Rinella24-106Training Young Men to Be Gentlemen in a Feminist Culture by: Steve Scheibner24-107Battling With Behavior by: Steve Scheibner24-108The A to Z of a Character Healthy Homeschool by: Megan Scheibner24-109High School Transcript Clinic by: Natalie Mack24-111Looking in the Rearview Mirror: A Homeschool Veteran Shares All by: Karen DeBeus24-112Traditions, Transitions and Transparency by: Megan Scheibner24-113Real Homeschool: Letting Go of the Ideal by: Karen DeBeus24-114Essential Skills for Successful Teens: Study and Time Management by: Natalie Mack24-117Marriage, Communication & Friendship by: Steve Scheibner, Megan Scheibner24-202Training Teens to Take Initiative by: Steve Scheibner24-203Homeschooling Isn't That Important by: Karen DeBeus24-204Charting Your Way Through Highschool for College, Career or Military by: Natalie Mack24-206Knock, Knock, Who's There? by: Melissa Nash24-207The Wise Wife by: Megan Scheibner24-208Second Mile Leadership for Men by: Steve Scheibner24-209The College Admissions Process: The Homeschooled Student's Guide by: Natalie Mack24-210Affordable Homeschooling by: Aby Rinella24-211Beyond Compare by: Linda Patchin24-212The Disciple-Making Mom by: Megan Scheibner24-213The Battle Around Us by: Karen DeBeus24-214Media Literacy - What It Is and Isn't by: Nate Noorlander24-215Educational Learning Apps by: Cherie Wasdhal24-216Homeschooling in the Military by: Natalie Mack24-217The 9 Practices of the Proactive Parent by: Steve Scheibner, 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.
ID: 24-102
Friday;
Jun. 7, 2024
$3.75

Are the “Terrible Twos” eating your lunch? Need help managing your homeschool day with toddlers in the house? In this workshop, Megan draws on her many years of homeschooling experience with eight toddlers in tow to help you craft a plan for success. Find out how to use “self-control practice” to help your toddler become an integral part of the family team. Intensely practical, this session will help you transform the terrible twos into the terrific twos!

ID: 24-104
Friday;
Jun. 7, 2024
$3.75

What plan would suit your high school student? What subjects do you teach and when? This seminar will help you organize your thoughts and lay the groundwork for a viable four-year plan. You’ll learn about high school credits, simplifying grading, and the fundamentals of recordkeeping—transcripts, extracurriculars, and diplomas.

ID: 24-107
Friday;
Jun. 7, 2024
$3.75

• 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 unwraps seven practical steps to help raise the behavior bar in your home. While most of our sessions highlight the positive training we can bring into our homes, Battling with Behavior addresses the unavoidable behavior issues that trip us up and can derail the best of days.

ID: 24-109
Friday;
Jun. 7, 2024
$3.75

A transcript is a vital part of your teen’s high school records. In this interactive, practical seminar, you’ll create a transcript that can be used as a template when designing your own. The session will guide you through the how-to of transcripts, evaluating credit, and calculating grade point averages (GPAs).

ID: 24-113
Friday;
Jun. 7, 2024
$3.75

Our social media doesn’t dictate how our homeschool should look. God does. Learn to take your eyes off internet ideals and onto what God says. Let His Word saturate your mind rather than getting caught up in the false expectations of social media. Find freedom for your family to walk this journey with God leading you!

The high school years are a prime opportunity to equip your teens for future success. Whether your teen is headed to college, a career, or the military, they will benefit from advanced skills in study and time management. This session provides parents and teens with practical ways to develop these skills during high school, and lists resources that will help.

ID: 24-202
Saturday;
Jun. 8, 2024
$3.75

Want to transition your young adults from simple obedience to mature responsibility? In this session, Dr. Steve shares the important phases teens need to learn to take responsibility for their lives. Watch your kids move from childish irresponsibility to becoming young adults who embrace ownership and initiative as they move up the “Responsibility Tree."

Preparing your teen for their post-graduation goals requires planning. This seminar provides a timeline and checklist to ensure that important items are included! For college-bound teens, this includes entrance tests, applications, and financial aid information. Students headed directly into the workforce can benefit from career aptitude testing, training opportunities, and building a resume. Learn about the military’s homeschool enlistment policy and advice for applying to service academies.

ID: 24-206
Friday;
Jun. 7, 2024
$3.75

Do you know what to do if Child Protection Services knocks at your door? In this workshop, Homeschool Idaho Board member, Melissa Nash will walk you through the Idaho Homeschool education requirements and the Idaho Department of Health and Welfares’ policies and procedures so you are prepared if your doorbell rings.

ID: 24-207
Saturday;
Jun. 8, 2024
$3.75

Although it’s easy to get caught up in our role as “MOM,” the greatest gift we can give our families is to show them how much we love fulfilling our primary role as “WIFE.” The Wise Wife session is jam-packed with practical ways to focus on becoming a wife who brings glory to God, delights the heart of her husband, and models a Christian marriage for her children. Being a godly wife is serious business, but you’ll get plenty of time to laugh as Megan shares some “What the Heck!” differences between men and women. Come be challenged and refreshed in your most important role!

ID: 24-208
Saturday;
Jun. 8, 2024
$3.75

Second-mile leaders are those counter-intuitive servants of God who earn the right to be heard by developing a consistent love of virtue, a disciplined approach to gratification, and a submissive love for the authority of God’s Word. Male leadership is essential to the success of marriages, families, the church, and society. This session will teach men how to Earn the Right To Be Heard, Prefer Proactivity, Reject Reactivity, Learn To Elevate Virtues Above Feelings, Build Moral Muscle, Seek Forgiveness, and Develop A Finisher’s Attitude. Powerful teaching that produces proactive fruit in our homes.

You’re not just your teen’s teacher; you’re also their guidance counselor! Find out how to navigate the entire admissions process—from narrowing down the selection of colleges to filling out applications, applying for financial aid, and asking the questions that will help you and your teen discern when and where they should go to college.

ID: 24-210
Saturday;
Jun. 8, 2024
$3.75

Ever feel like homeschooling is for those ‘blessed enough’ to afford it? Ever feel like you don’t have the financial resources to give your kids all the opportunities everyone else is giving their kids? Ever feel like if you just had a little more, your homeschool would be so much better? Come and learn tips and tricks to homeschool affordably and be reminded of the heart behind the Great Provider that has called us to this gig in the first place!

ID: 24-211
Saturday;
Jun. 8, 2024
$3.75

Homeschooling provides an education that is beyond comparison with any other method. That said, Idaho code requires that homeschoolers provide instruction, “in subjects commonly and usually taught in the public schools.” This is often summed up as a requirement to provide a “comparable education.” But how are we to meet that requirement without stifling the amazing educational freedom that homeschooling offers? Join Linda Patchin as she unpacks various teaching methods used by homeschoolers and how they can each meet, and exceed, the statutory requirement of a “comparable education.”

ID: 24-212
Saturday;
Jun. 8, 2024
$3.75

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

ID: 24-214
Saturday;
Jun. 8, 2024
$3.75

Can your students read between the lines? Decode advertisements? Interpret political cartoons? Make judgments about logic? Discern between inevitable biases and compromising agendas? Take counterarguments seriously? Pinpoint ideology? Contextualize events in history? Tease out nuance? Define subtlety? Take apart rhetoric? Account for psychology? Distinguish between intuition and reason? Assess the impact of the medium? Discuss images vs. text vs. video? Read laterally? Research reliably? Uncover original sources? Identify circumstantial evidence? Tolerate boredom? Frame and characterize charitably? Distinguish between facts, opinions, and value judgments? Distinguish between readily-available sources, well-financed sources, aesthetically-pleasing sources, and good sources? Breakdown satire? Unpack persuasiveness? Co-exist with misinformation, disinformation, and fake news? Literacy with today’s media requires a world of insights from history, philosophy, psychology, sociology, and media studies. Come learn how to structure a course that targets all layers of a student’s needs in today’s information and media environment.

ID: 24-215
Saturday;
Jun. 8, 2024
$3.75

Do your children struggle with learning hard concepts or facts but can quote their favorite movie to you verbatim? Join me as we discuss how and when to use educational apps to help your children master hard concepts and learn facts without the tears. Cherie will share some of her favorite learning apps. If you have favorites please be prepared to share about them.

ID: 24-216
Saturday;
Jun. 8, 2024
$3.75

Why do military families choose to homeschool? The last survey completed by Blue Star Families estimates that at least 6% of military families homeschool. This number is continuing to rise post-COVID as more military families choose to homeschool. This session will give an overview of these reasons and examine some of the challenges—and solutions—to homeschooling military-style.

Conference:

Mount Hope Church Lansing Michigan
Thursday - Saturday
May. 9 through 11, 2024

INCH 2024 Building the Future

Presented by: Michigan Christian Homeschool Network
Recording ID: 24-600
Original Price: $52.00
Set Price: $25.00

Dad's Sessions Set

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 24-03Friday PM Keynote: Afternoon Advice- The Heart of Homeschooling by: Kevin Swanson24-111Men: Leading the Home by: Mike Winter24-207 Sowing and Reaping Across Generations by: James Muffett24-210Worldviews Matter: Getting the Right Worldview in History, Science & Literature by: Kevin Swanson24-211Raising Christian Children by: Mike Winter24-304It Starts with the Dads & Pastors by: Paul Suarez24-312Internet Safety 101: Simple Solutions for Non-Tech Parents by: Jared Henderson24-401Have Your Children Been with Jesus? by: Kevin Swanson24-411Don't Mess With Our Kids! Parental Rights Under Attack by: William Wagner24-412Wrangling Your Family's Tech: A Guided Tour of Phones, Filters, & Parental Controls by: Jared Henderson24-602For Such a Time as This - Planting Fruitful Gardens (Homeschools) In a Post-Christian World by: Kevin Swanson24-6104 Powerful Words to Defend Your Faith by: Patrick Nurre24-612Cyber Safety Case Study: How I Keep My Family Safe Online (and how you can too) by: Jared Henderson 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: 24-615
Original Price: $248.00
Set Price: $89.00

INCH 2024 Full Conference Set- Attendees ONLY

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 24-01Thursday Opening Keynote: Speaker Spotlights by: Ginny Yurich, Brant Hansen, Andrew Pudewa, Kevin Swanson, Phylicia Masonheimer24-02Friday AM Keynote: Morning Musings- What To Do When You Don't Know What To Do by: Ginny Yurich24-03Friday PM Keynote: Afternoon Advice- The Heart of Homeschooling by: Kevin Swanson24-05Saturday Closing Keynote: What My Life Has Taught Me by: Carol Swain24-101Making Time for the Word as a Homeschool Mom by: Phylicia Masonheimer24-102Spelling and the Brain by: Andrew Pudewa24-103Once a Year Plan - Taking the Overwhelm out of Homeschool Planning by: Kim Sorgius Jones24-104Science in the Kitchen, Bathroom & Car by: Karri Iverson24-105Sibling Squabbles by: Kathie Morrissey24-106Postpartum Depression by: Shanda Jacobs24-107God or Caesar? by: James Muffett24-108Homeschool Through Highschool - You Got This! by: Carla Fuller24-109The Art of Joyful History Lessons by: Ann Troast24-110Making Math & Science Meaningful by: Kevin Swanson24-111Men: Leading the Home by: Mike Winter24-201Preparing Homeschool Children for an Uncertain Future by: Ginny Yurich24-202Addressing Threats to our Homeschool Freedom in Michigan by: Dave Kallman, Stephen Kallman24-203What to Teach: A Simple Plan for Preschool through Graduation by: Kim Sorgius Jones24-204I'll Do It Later, I'm Not Qualified to Teach It, & Other Excuses by: Karri Iverson24-205Winning the Hearts of Your Children by: Kathie Morrissey24-206Homeschoolers In Business: Explore AI by: Gena Suarez24-207 Sowing and Reaping Across Generations by: James Muffett24-208Developing a Plan for Highschool by: Carla Fuller24-209Teaching Struggling Learners at Home by: Cheri Kay Sessions24-210Worldviews Matter: Getting the Right Worldview in History, Science & Literature by: Kevin Swanson24-211Raising Christian Children by: Mike Winter24-302Reading Strategies for the Struggling Reader/Nonreader by: Andrew Pudewa24-303Integrating Theology into Homeschool by: Phylicia Masonheimer24-304It Starts with the Dads & Pastors by: Paul Suarez24-305Homeschooling as a Single Parent by: Sarah Villanueva24-306Learning While Vacationing in the National Parks by: Mary Morgan24-307Creating New & Healthy Communication by: Given Hoffman24-308Gardenschooling by: Ginny Yurich24-309You Can Homeschool Your Neurodivergent Learner by: Cheri Kay Sessions24-310Dinosaur Hunters by: Patrick Nurre24-311The History of Homeschooling in Michigan by: Dave Kallman24-312Internet Safety 101: Simple Solutions for Non-Tech Parents by: Jared Henderson24-401Have Your Children Been with Jesus? by: Kevin Swanson24-402Pen & Paper - What the Research Says by: Andrew Pudewa24-403Hospitality as Evangelism by: Phylicia Masonheimer24-404Plan Peace, Have Joy: Infusing Joy Into Your Homeschool by: Shanda Jacobs24-405Dealing with Sass by: Sarah Villanueva24-406The Sordid History of Compulsory Education by: Gena Suarez24-407Defeating the Afternoon Slump: 15 Minutes to Productive Afternoons by: Ann Troast24-408How To Teach Your Child To Learn Independently by: Kim Sorgius Jones24-409Tackling Tricky Highschool Issues: Homeschooling Teens with Special Needs by: Cheri Kay Sessions24-410Hand Crafts by: Ginny Yurich24-411Don't Mess With Our Kids! Parental Rights Under Attack by: William Wagner24-412Wrangling Your Family's Tech: A Guided Tour of Phones, Filters, & Parental Controls by: Jared Henderson24-501What About Me? (Moms & Muffins) by: Ginny Yurich24-503Geology of Michigan by: Patrick Nurre24-601Living Counterculturally in an Upside Down World by: Carol Swain24-602For Such a Time as This - Planting Fruitful Gardens (Homeschools) In a Post-Christian World by: Kevin Swanson24-603Entrepreneurship in Your Homeschool by: Ginny Yurich24-605Teaching Apologetics to Your Kids by: Joseph Tuski24-606Highschool Transcript Clinic: Practical Help & Tips by: Carla Fuller24-607Developing & Drafting SEPs by: Cheri Kay Sessions24-608Get Off the Couch: Helping Kids Become Disciplined Workers by: Kim Sorgius Jones24-609How to Observe Sabbath as a Homeschool Family by: Phylicia Masonheimer24-6104 Powerful Words to Defend Your Faith by: Patrick Nurre24-611Cultivating Language Arts: Preschool Through High School by: Andrew Pudewa24-612Cyber Safety Case Study: How I Keep My Family Safe Online (and how you can too) by: Jared Henderson 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: 24-620
Original Price: $248.00
Set Price: $89.00

INCH 2024 Full Conference Set

This set of recordings from INCH 2024, was recorded in Lansing, Michigan on May 9-11, 2024. It includes 62 sessions, which is everything presented at the conference except the sessions by Brant Hansen, which have been removed at the speaker's request.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 24-01Thursday Opening Keynote: Speaker Spotlights by: Ginny Yurich, Brant Hansen, Andrew Pudewa, Kevin Swanson, Phylicia Masonheimer24-02Friday AM Keynote: Morning Musings- What To Do When You Don't Know What To Do by: Ginny Yurich24-03Friday PM Keynote: Afternoon Advice- The Heart of Homeschooling by: Kevin Swanson24-05Saturday Closing Keynote: What My Life Has Taught Me by: Carol Swain24-101Making Time for the Word as a Homeschool Mom by: Phylicia Masonheimer24-102Spelling and the Brain by: Andrew Pudewa24-103Once a Year Plan - Taking the Overwhelm out of Homeschool Planning by: Kim Sorgius Jones24-104Science in the Kitchen, Bathroom & Car by: Karri Iverson24-105Sibling Squabbles by: Kathie Morrissey24-106Postpartum Depression by: Shanda Jacobs24-107God or Caesar? by: James Muffett24-108Homeschool Through Highschool - You Got This! by: Carla Fuller24-109The Art of Joyful History Lessons by: Ann Troast24-110Making Math & Science Meaningful by: Kevin Swanson24-111Men: Leading the Home by: Mike Winter24-201Preparing Homeschool Children for an Uncertain Future by: Ginny Yurich24-202Addressing Threats to our Homeschool Freedom in Michigan by: Dave Kallman, Stephen Kallman24-203What to Teach: A Simple Plan for Preschool through Graduation by: Kim Sorgius Jones24-204I'll Do It Later, I'm Not Qualified to Teach It, & Other Excuses by: Karri Iverson24-205Winning the Hearts of Your Children by: Kathie Morrissey24-206Homeschoolers In Business: Explore AI by: Gena Suarez24-207 Sowing and Reaping Across Generations by: James Muffett24-208Developing a Plan for Highschool by: Carla Fuller24-209Teaching Struggling Learners at Home by: Cheri Kay Sessions24-210Worldviews Matter: Getting the Right Worldview in History, Science & Literature by: Kevin Swanson24-211Raising Christian Children by: Mike Winter24-302Reading Strategies for the Struggling Reader/Nonreader by: Andrew Pudewa24-303Integrating Theology into Homeschool by: Phylicia Masonheimer24-304It Starts with the Dads & Pastors by: Paul Suarez24-305Homeschooling as a Single Parent by: Sarah Villanueva24-306Learning While Vacationing in the National Parks by: Mary Morgan24-307Creating New & Healthy Communication by: Given Hoffman24-308Gardenschooling by: Ginny Yurich24-309You Can Homeschool Your Neurodivergent Learner by: Cheri Kay Sessions24-310Dinosaur Hunters by: Patrick Nurre24-311The History of Homeschooling in Michigan by: Dave Kallman24-312Internet Safety 101: Simple Solutions for Non-Tech Parents by: Jared Henderson24-401Have Your Children Been with Jesus? by: Kevin Swanson24-402Pen & Paper - What the Research Says by: Andrew Pudewa24-403Hospitality as Evangelism by: Phylicia Masonheimer24-404Plan Peace, Have Joy: Infusing Joy Into Your Homeschool by: Shanda Jacobs24-405Dealing with Sass by: Sarah Villanueva24-406The Sordid History of Compulsory Education by: Gena Suarez24-407Defeating the Afternoon Slump: 15 Minutes to Productive Afternoons by: Ann Troast24-408How To Teach Your Child To Learn Independently by: Kim Sorgius Jones24-409Tackling Tricky Highschool Issues: Homeschooling Teens with Special Needs by: Cheri Kay Sessions24-410Hand Crafts by: Ginny Yurich24-411Don't Mess With Our Kids! Parental Rights Under Attack by: William Wagner24-412Wrangling Your Family's Tech: A Guided Tour of Phones, Filters, & Parental Controls by: Jared Henderson24-501What About Me? (Moms & Muffins) by: Ginny Yurich24-503Geology of Michigan by: Patrick Nurre24-601Living Counterculturally in an Upside Down World by: Carol Swain24-602For Such a Time as This - Planting Fruitful Gardens (Homeschools) In a Post-Christian World by: Kevin Swanson24-603Entrepreneurship in Your Homeschool by: Ginny Yurich24-605Teaching Apologetics to Your Kids by: Joseph Tuski24-606Highschool Transcript Clinic: Practical Help & Tips by: Carla Fuller24-607Developing & Drafting SEPs by: Cheri Kay Sessions24-608Get Off the Couch: Helping Kids Become Disciplined Workers by: Kim Sorgius Jones24-609How to Observe Sabbath as a Homeschool Family by: Phylicia Masonheimer24-6104 Powerful Words to Defend Your Faith by: Patrick Nurre24-611Cultivating Language Arts: Preschool Through High School by: Andrew Pudewa24-612Cyber Safety Case Study: How I Keep My Family Safe Online (and how you can too) by: Jared Henderson 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: 24-630
Original Price: $40.00
Set Price: $25.00

Homeschooling Through Highschool Sessions

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 24-103Once a Year Plan - Taking the Overwhelm out of Homeschool Planning by: Kim Sorgius Jones24-108Homeschool Through Highschool - You Got This! by: Carla Fuller24-203What to Teach: A Simple Plan for Preschool through Graduation by: Kim Sorgius Jones24-204I'll Do It Later, I'm Not Qualified to Teach It, & Other Excuses by: Karri Iverson24-208Developing a Plan for Highschool by: Carla Fuller24-408How To Teach Your Child To Learn Independently by: Kim Sorgius Jones24-409Tackling Tricky Highschool Issues: Homeschooling Teens with Special Needs by: Cheri Kay Sessions24-603Entrepreneurship in Your Homeschool by: Ginny Yurich24-606Highschool Transcript Clinic: Practical Help & Tips by: Carla Fuller24-611Cultivating Language Arts: Preschool Through High School by: Andrew Pudewa 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.

In a rapidly changing world, it can be both scary and confusing to shepherd our kids through their years of homeschooling. Learn tried and true methods that will give you confidence and wisdom when you feel stuck or lost.

ID: 24-102
Friday;
May. 10, 2024
$4.00

Many children have difficulty learning to spell, but the difficulty may not be with the student. Often parents and teachers feel ill-equipped to help students who are not natural spellers. Join Andrew Pudewa to learn how spelling information is most efficiently stored in the brain, to gain greater insight into the nature of spelling and neurological function, and to be better equipped to teach students how to spell.

So you’ve got a box full of unused planners and half-erased lesson plan books. Trust me, you’re not alone! From curriculum to the daily schedule, there is a simple way to plan your whole school year in just ONE week. Reclaim your Sunday nights and your sanity by joining veteran homeschool mom, Kim Sorgius, for this practical session.

ID: 24-104
Friday;
May. 10, 2024
$4.00

Baking cookies creates a mixture; making ice cubes changes the state of matter, and feeding the dog is an opportunity for a biology lesson. Science, and the opportunities to teach it, are everywhere around us. Learn practical tips for keeping your eyes open to the many ways God has designed our lives and the science to back it up, whether you’re in the kitchen, bathroom, yard, or car. Join veteran homeschooling mom and the author of the Mystery of Science series, Karri Iverson, to learn tips and tricks for putting it all together.

ID: 24-109
Friday;
May. 10, 2024
$4.00

Charlotte Mason emphasized the importance of learning the history of our native country, neighboring countries, and the world. I’ll share helpful resources and tips on how to integrate geography, literature, art, music, movement, and nature study into your history lessons — resulting in a joyful education. “Our aim in education is to give a full life.” -Charlotte Mason

ID: 24-110
Friday;
May. 10, 2024
$4.00

Kevin Swanson obtained his Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering, but he would be the first to tell you he didn’t like science very much (as taught in secular college). Here, he expresses his passion to making mathematics and science meaningful to our children by bringing it back into a God-centered view. This presentation will radically change your view of these subjects, and help you to understand the right worldview foundations for these subjects.

Are we teaching the right things at the right time? Will there be gaps if we teach outside the box? This session is all about fostering a love of learning and creating a flexible, interest-driven curriculum all while meeting the academic needs of your kids and keeping the important things in focus.

Can you overcome self-doubt and lack of experience to teach the harder subjects like pre-algebra, chemistry, or English literature? Instead of putting it off, find out what your options are! Karri Iverson, veteran homeschooling mom and author of The Mystery of Science series, will share how she’s used resources available to teach her kids through high school.

ID: 24-303
Friday;
May. 10, 2024
$4.00

Theology, for Christian homeschoolers, isn't just another school subject. It's a lifestyle! Theology affects every subject, and every subject reflects an aspect of Christian theology. Learn how to integrate theology into your homeschool without becoming preachy, legalistic, or burdening your kids with long theological tomes.

ID: 24-305
Friday;
May. 10, 2024
$4.00

Discover insider tips on the most important tactics to homeschool your children successfully as a single parent. Learn how to quiet the skeptics and thrive with the unique opportunities homeschooling presents. Sarah, a ten-year homeschooling mother (who homeschooled as a single mother) will show you practical applications of prioritizing, simplifying and collaborating. You too can step away from fear and step into the boldness and authority Christ gives to homeschool your children.

Mary calls Lansing, Michigan, home, but has a desire to travel across America, exploring natural wonders in our national parks. She has been in all fifty states, stopping to visit sixty national parks. Experiences while traveling prompted Mary to write the National Park Mystery Books, with ten titles in the series. Now that she has two grandchildren, taking them on mystery trips to a national park is the perfect vacation.

ID: 24-308
Friday;
May. 10, 2024
$4.00

“All knowledge is rooted in wonder.” - Sharon Lovejoy. Add wonder to your school year by gardening with kids. Learn how gardening will help your kids learn and will add joy and excitement to your school year. You’ll come away with lots of project ideas and inspiration.

Internet safety is a serious issue, but most parents feel overwhelmed, unqualified, and out of control when it comes to navigating the digital world with their kids--unsure of where to begin or how to effectively protect their family online. But it doesn't need to be this way. Despite the seeming complexity of the issue, there are plenty of simple, practical steps that any parent can take to drastically improve their children's online safety. In this session, we will cover numerous, specific techniques you can start implementing today--most of which require essentially zero technical expertise. We'll also cover common mistakes most parents make, and how to fix or prevent them. You'll come away with a sobering perspective on the seriousness of your role in protecting the hearts of your children as well as a new sense of empowerment that even you can take control of your family's digital safety.

ID: 24-402
Friday;
May. 10, 2024
$4.00

Recent years have seen an enormous increase in the use of technology in education for even the youngest students. But is technology really the cure-all 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. Join Andrew Pudewa to learn the compelling reasons to read paper books instead of electronic devices, handwrite instead of type, teach cursive instead of printing, and grab a pen instead of a pencil. Discover how to unleash creativity that goes beyond technology.

ID: 24-403
Friday;
May. 10, 2024
$4.00

Evangelism is a scary word for many of us. We imagine door to door visits, handing out tracts, or street preachers with a megaphone. But what if evangelism was something you did naturally, in your own home, every week? Hospitality is a biblical command, but many of us forget it's also one of the best ways to love people well and show them who Christ is. Modeling a lifestyle of hospitality to our kids sets them up for a habit of diverse social experience and selflessness. Learn how to cultivate the habit of hospitality and how it equips us for evangelism in this session.

ID: 24-405
Friday;
May. 10, 2024
$4.00

Do you have a child that needs to have the last word or grumbles under their breath? In this workshop Sarah will share approaches that have worked with her children from ages 1-18 that gave a super fast turnaround in the sass department. They are easy and work in most any situations. Keep your sanity and peace in tact while teaching your child to be respectful and obedient.

Do you feel like productivity ends after your morning lessons? Are you discouraged with the afternoon slump that hits before dinner? Learn how efficient, intentional scheduling can make all the difference for your family. Be inspired to integrate a simple 15-minute activity into your schedule to defeat the afternoon slump and revive your children's love for learning! "Brisk work and ample leisure and freedom should be the rule of the Home School. The work not done in its own time must be left undone." -Charlotte Mason

You can’t do everything, but did you know that you shouldn’t even try? In this session, you’ll learn how independent learning decreases burn out, helps students excel, and equips them for life. This workshop will give you the tools to guide your child as they gradually transition to learning independently, whether you have preschoolers or high schoolers!

ID: 24-410
Friday;
May. 10, 2024
$4.00

This is a hands-on class! You will leave with a few projects in hand. Handcrafts are great for hand-eye coordination as well as for synaptic growth. Learn about the benefits of handcrafts and actually try some! Kids and adults welcome!

In this session, we'll take a guided tour of the current landscape of tech that homeschool parents need to know about in order to keep their kids safe in an increasingly internet-connected world. We'll cover iPhones, Androids, tablets, computers, online classes, internet filters, parental control apps, screen time, social media, home networks and more. You'll get both a high-level overview of the dangers, tools, and decisions you'll need to grapple with, as well as some opinionated advice and recommendations from a computer programmer homeschool dad. We'll also cover how to test your family’s current internet safety, common mistakes most parents make, and how to evolve and adapt your family's tech security as your kids age and technology continues to change.

ID: 24-603
Saturday;
May. 11, 2024
$4.00

Learn the steps needed to venture into entrepreneurship in your homeschool and also what the long-term benefits are of trying new things and even of failing! This session will be helpful for student or adult entrepreneurs.

A transcript is a vital part of your teen’s high school records. In this interactive, practical seminar, you’ll create a transcript that can be used as a template when designing your own. The session will guide you through the how-to of transcripts, evaluating credit, and calculating grade point averages (GPAs).

ID: 24-607
Saturday;
May. 11, 2024
$4.00

Have you pulled your child out of public school where he or she used to have an IEP (Individual Education Plan)? In this workshop, you’ll learn the purposes and benefits of an SEP, the homeschool version of an IEP. You’ll receive guidance on drafting your own SEP, explore sample plans, obtain your own template, and leave with a resource list of books to set you and your student up for success.

Do your kids “forget” to do their chores? Is their schoolwork just a box that gets sloppily checked off? Do you feel like they’ll never take initiative? If you’re looking for the magic pill to help your kids get off the couch and work hard, this isn’t the session for you. But if you want practical ways to kick laziness to the curb, be sure to join us as we learn how to encourage and nurture our kids to be disciplined and responsible workers.

Under the new covenant, Christ is our Sabbath rest. But we still need physical rest, all the more in an ever-hustling culture. Add to this the demands of homeschooling and parenting, and we're left wondering where rest fits in! This session teaches you that rest never "fits in"; you plan your life around it. Learn how to observe a day of rest as a Christian, homeschooling family without becoming legalistic; what activities to integrate into a restful day; how to observe sabbath with shift work; and more.

Listening and reading well, speaking and writing clearly, and thinking and debating effectively are abilities that most parents hope to cultivate in their children. With that goal in mind, Andrew Pudewa explores various environments and activities that accelerate the development of these language skills, beginning with the youngest students and continuing into the high school years.

As a homeschool dad responsible for my family's internet safety, I've got a major advantage over most parents: I've been a professional computer programmer for nearly 20 years. And I literally wrote my own parental controls app because I wasn't satisfied with the available options. Not everyone can (or will want to) replicate all the steps I've taken, but sometimes just hearing a detailed breakdown and retrospective can help parents gain valuable insights and inspiration to tailor their own approach to internet safety for their families. Join me as I delve into a case study of the specific measures I've tried (and rejected) over the years, and get a detailed description of how one homeschool family has navigated internet safety with kids ranging in age from 7 to 18. We'll cover parenting issues, home network, parental controls, phones, and more.

Conference:

Indian Hills Community Church, Lincoln, NE
Friday & Saturday
Mar. 8 through 9, 2024

Nebraska 2024 Conference and Curriculum Fair

Presented by: Nebraska Christian Home Educators Association
Recording ID: 2024Full
Original Price: $195.00
Set Price: $65.00

NCHEA 2024 C&CF Full Recording Set

2024 Nebraska Christian Home Educators Association Conference and Curriculum Fair, full set of recordings, Fri-Sat.

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Sessions Included In This Set: 24Fri101Marriage, Communication, and Friendship by: Steve Scheibner, Megan Scheibner24Fri201Battling with Behavior? by: Steve Scheibner24Fri202The Age of the Earth and the Fossil Record by: Richard Stepanek24Fri204Historical Markers in Nebraska by: Gretchen Garrison24Fri205You Can Homeschool Your Neurodivergent Learner -and We can Help! by: Rochelle Mathews-Summerville24Fri206The Developing Brain, Learning and Behavior by: Brain Balance24Fri301Traditions, Transitions, and Transparency: Lasting Success for the Homeschooling Family by: Megan Scheibner24Fri302Spelling Problems… How to Fix Spelling Issues for Good! by: Aimee Eucce24Fri303Homeschooling 101: Homeschooling in Nebraska by: Michelle Pietzyk24Fri304You Can Homeschool Your Child with Autism! Building Successful Programs at Home by: Rochelle Mathews-Summerville24Fri305High School Without Fear by: Dara Halydier24Fri401Training Young Men to be Gentlemen in a Feminist Culture by: Steve Scheibner24Fri402Refuting Compromise by: Richard Stepanek24Fri403Seeing Beyond 20/20 by: Mikaela Betka24Fri404Understanding the Twice Exceptional Learner- Boundless Gifts by: Rochelle Mathews-Summerville24Fri405The A to Z of a Character Healthy Homeschool by: Megan Scheibner24Fri601Food Science - An Everyday Useful Science by: Beakers and Bricks24Fri602Learning to Read and Spell SHOULD be FUN!! by: Play 'n Talk24Fri604RightStart Math Card Games by: Right Start Mathematics 24Fri6055 Tools to Help Your Children Think Well and Develop Understanding by: Classical Conversations 24Sat1012ML (Second Mile Leadership for Men) by: Steve Scheibner24Sat102Genesis: Yesterday's Answer to Today's Problems by: Brian Young24Sat103Developing and Drafting an SEP (Student Education Plan) by: Rochelle Mathews-Summerville24Sat104Woman to Woman: The Mentoring Model by: Megan Scheibner24Sat201Training Teens to Take the Initiative by: Steve Scheibner24Sat202Which God is the One True God? by: Richard Stepanek24Sat203Why Teaching Boys to Read and Spell is Different than Teaching Girls! by: Aimee Eucce24Sat204Tricky High School Issues: Homeschooling Teens with Special Needs by: Rochelle Mathews-Summerville24Sat205The Toddler Toolbox by: Megan Scheibner24Sat301Resources for Getting Kids into Computing by: Tyler Morten24Sat302Dinosaurs and the Bible by: Richard Stepanek24Sat303Reading Intervention Resources by: Vicki Duin24Sat304Motivating the Reluctant Learner by: Rochelle Mathews-Summerville24Sat305Homeschooling with Simplicity and Sincerity by: Megan Scheibner24Sat401Mentoring Moms One Story at a Time by: Lamplighters 24Sat402My Family Ministry by: Child Evangelism Fellowship 24Sat403Reaching Your World by: e3 Partners24Sat404Evangelizing the Evangelized: Teaching Evangelism to Your Kids by: Ratio Christi24Sat405What Homeschoolers Won't Talk About by: Abiding Truth 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: 24Fri204
Friday;
Mar. 8, 2024
$5.00

Across Nebraska, there are 568+ markers that tell the story of our state. Join Nebraska enthusiast and writer, Gretchen Garrison, in learning how you can use these markers

Unpack the frequently asked questions of how to homeschool struggling learners and those who learn differently. Be encouraged and equipped as Rochelle shares diagnostic checklists for struggling learners, discusses common roadblocks homeschooling parents face (and how to navigate them), and gives strategies for achieving success with your children who learn differently.

It’s time to jump to the root of your kids’ spelling issues. Discover the common thread as to why they are having trouble with spelling and implement 7 strategies that will help to fix spelling issues for good! You will walk away with a list of things to start doing now to help your student to become an excellent speller in just a couple of months.

How to start, where to find curriculum, when to school, and what a typical day looks like are some of the areas discussed. Get an understanding of Rule 13 and gain valuable information for your homeschool journey. This workshop is a MUST for new homeschoolers.

This session focuses on using evidence-based instruction methods to address the core issues of autism spectrum disorders: communication and social skills. Rochelle Integrates developmental perspectives and strategies to provide practical, functional intervention approaches that you can easily implement within your daily homeschool routine.

ID: 24Fri305
Friday;
Mar. 8, 2024
$5.00

Teaching high school does not have to be intimidating. It can be fun and engaging. Dara will share tips and tricks for successfully navigating your child through the teen years and on to the next years of work and/or college. She will have resource lists and reading lists, emotional support ideas for the teenager and parents, classes needed lists and how to set up a transcript with a transcript template included.

ID: 24Fri403
Friday;
Mar. 8, 2024
$5.00

What is perfect vision? The number 20/20 might come to mind. Actually, 20/20 means perfect visual acuity, however, the 17 other visual skills that are needed for efficient learning, reading, sports, and overall life performance are not taken into consideration with this one value. Visual acuity, or 20/20 vision, gives no meaning about what a person sees, yet many people including medical professionals use this single value as a measure of visual proficiency. If you or your child is not achieving their full potential academically, struggling with written reading comprehension, skips lines or words when reading, reverses words or letters, avoids reading or near work, is uncoordinated, or struggles with car sickness this presentation is for you!

This session offers a discussion of learners who experience some form of disability or learning challenge alongside an exceptional gift. You’ll come away with a broader understanding of how different exceptionalities can manifest themselves within learning styles and preview resources that match your child’s unique learning profile. Ultimately, this workshop will enable you to spend less time searching for resources and more time nurturing your child’s gifts.

ID: 24Sat101
Friday;
Mar. 8, 2024
$5.00

Second-mile leaders are those counter-intuitive servants of God who earn the right to be heard by developing a consistent love of virtue, a disciplined approach to gratification, and a submissive love for the authority of God’s Word. Male leadership is essential to the success of marriages, families, the church, and society. This session will teach men how to Earn the Right To Be Heard, Prefer Proactivity, Reject Reactivity, Learn To Elevate Virtues Above Feelings, Build Moral Muscle, Seek Forgiveness, and Develop A Finisher’s Attitude. Powerful teaching that produces proactive fruit in our homes.

Have you pulled your child out of public school where he or she used to have an IEP (Individual Education Plan)? In this workshop, you’ll learn the purposes and benefits of an SEP, the homeschool version of an IEP. You’ll receive guidance on drafting your own SEP, explore sample plans, obtain your own template, and leave with a resource list of books to set you and your student up for success.

ID: 24Sat201
Saturday;
Mar. 9, 2024
$5.00

Want to transition your young adults from simple obedience to mature responsibility? In this session, Dr. Steve shares the important phases teens need to learn to take responsibility for their lives. Watch your kids move from childish irresponsibility to becoming young adults who embrace ownership and initiative as they move up the “Responsibility Tree.”

This workshop addresses some of the challenges associated with teaching struggling or atypical learners at home in the high school years. Do you have questions such as “How do I award my teen with special needs a diploma?” or “What do I do when my teen with dyslexia can’t read high school-level material?” Rochelle discusses alternative coursework, specialized curricula and learning materials, assistive technology, transcript options, possible graduation guidelines, high school programs for special learners, and post-high school options. She also offers tips for navigating the process of applying for testing accommodations for College Board tests.

ID: 24Sat205
Saturday;
Mar. 9, 2024
$5.00

Are the “Terrible Twos” eating your lunch? Need help managing your homeschool day with toddlers in the house? In this workshop, Megan draws on her many years of homeschooling experience with eight toddlers in tow to help you craft a plan for success. Find out how to use “self-control practice” to help your toddler become an integral part of the family team. Intensely practical, this session will help you transform the terrible twos into the terrific twos!

ID: 24Sat301
Saturday;
Mar. 9, 2024
$5.00

Do your children have interest in computers? Do all the "teach your kids coding" materials out there make you dizzy? This workshop will help you cut through the noise and give you the real-world resources to help encourage your child(ren) further into the world of computing.

ID: 24Sat303
Saturday;
Mar. 9, 2024
$5.00

Participants will be better prepared to implement effective reading instruction for their child who struggles with reading by gaining a deeper understanding of the five components of literacy instruction -- phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. They will learn how to use available screeners to accurately place children in a reading intervention, using phonics and word-reading screeners, spelling screeners, and phonemic awareness screeners.

ID: 24Sat304
Saturday;
Mar. 9, 2024
$5.00

Could you use some encouragement and strategies to help reignite your student’s love of learning? If so, this session is for you! There are many factors that impact a child’s motivation level—stress, executive function, nutritional needs, media usage, and more. With a little bit of theory and a whole lot of practical application, Rochelle equips parents with the tools they need to tap into their child’s God-given gift of curiosity.

ID: 24Sat305
Saturday;
Mar. 9, 2024
$5.00

Homeschooling days are busy and it’s easy to get caught up in the rush of our daily activities! However, when we allow the busyness of our days to distract us, we run the risk of simply raising well-educated children; not spiritually focused young adults. Join Megan to discover practical ways to make sure that your homeschool days are building fruit for eternity, as she shares truths about the Trasher, the Stasher, and the Catcher!

Conference:

Bismarck, ND
Thursday - Saturday
Feb. 15 through 17, 2024

2024 NDHSA Convention - Blessed is the Man

Presented by: North Dakota Home School Association
Recording ID: 24-1000
Original Price: $154.00
Set Price: $120.00

ND 2024 Complete Conference Set

When you purchase this set you do not need to "check" any other boxes. All messages (that were successfully recorded at the event) will be delivered (via email link) to you as soon as possible after they are presented. Note: Ms. Goyer was unable to attend.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 24-00Your Child, God's Champion by: Rick Boyer24-01The Killer B 'Bitterness' by: Rick Boyer24-02Our First 40 Years by: Rick Boyer24-11Boys will be Men by: Rick Boyer24-12AHow to get Kids Excited about Learning by: Jared Dodd24-13Got Kids? Get Character by: Marilyn Boyer24-14Simplify Your Homeschool by: Rebecca Moan24-15Return to Genesis by: Mike Snavely24-16The Power of Your Child's Emotions by: Roger Smith MD24-21Family Time: Ideas for Busy Dads by: Rick Boyer24-22ATime and Home Management by: Nancy Bjorkman24-23These Kids are Driving Me NUTS! by: Marilyn Boyer24-24Homeschool High School How-To's by: Llora Knight24-25The Horror of the Flood by: Mike Snavely24-26Transitioning from Controlling to Influencing by: Roger Smith MD, Jan Smith24-31Raising Cain without Killing Abel by: Rick Boyer24-32Homeschooling a Child with Dyslexia by: Alysia Budd24-33Getting it All Done by: Marilyn Boyer24-34Updates to the Academic, CTE, and ND Scholarship by: Jim Upgren24-35The Pillars of Evolution by: Mike Snavely24-36Dad's Essential Role by: Roger Smith MD24-41The Battle Within: Understanding the War Between Spirit & Flesh by: Chuck Black24-42ALeaving the Classroom Mentality by: Theresa Deckert24-43Exploring Homeschooling Methods by: Nancy Bjorkman24-445 Core Habits to Help Your Child Learn Anything by: Christina Rondeau24-45Lost Secrets of the Ancient Civilizations by: Mike Snavely24-46Discipline That Draws Children Closer by: Roger Smith MD, Jan Smith24-51Defining Moments That Change Your Future by: Chuck Black24-52Getting Started Homeschooling in ND by: Theresa Deckert24-53Why I'm Glad I Homeschooled through High School by: Marilyn Boyer24-54Exploring Learning Styles by: Nancy Bjorkman24-55The Stricken Earth by: Mike Snavely24-56Did I Just Say That? by: Roger Smith MD, Jan Smith24-61Beyond the Textbooks by: Rick Boyer24-62AFighting Apathy, Teaching your Children to Care by: Chuck Black24-63Delighting in Your Children, Key to Keeping Their Hearts by: Marilyn Boyer24-64Surviving High School Transcripts by: Llora Knight24-65Spiders! by: Mike Snavely24-66Just Tell Me What to Do by: Jan Smith24-71Heroes, Standing on the Shoulders of Giants by: Rick Boyer24-72AThe Mystery of the Dinosaurs by: Mike Snavely24-73Things I would Do Again or Differently by: Marilyn Boyer24-74Sensory Needs: Solutions to Help by: Alysia Budd24-76Managing Fear in the Midst of Chaos by: Jan Smith 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: 24-12A
Friday;
Feb. 16, 2024
$3.50

By definition, you can't prod your child down the narrow path. They don't need to be prodded, they need to be inspired. Here are some tips for getting your children excited about learning.

ID: 24-14
Friday;
Feb. 16, 2024
$3.50

You can simplify your life! A veteran home-educator will share practical tips on managing your daily schedule, chore chart, lesson plans and curriculum, Scripture memory, sports and music activities, and college decisions. This workshop will not give you any advice whatsoever on how to make a baby sleep through the night, how to can your own food, or how to teach Latin! However, this workshop will encourage you to sort through the unrealistic expectations and clutter in your life to find freedom in God’s unique plan for you and your family.

ID: 24-16
Friday;
Feb. 16, 2024
$3.50

Learn from pediatrician, Dr. Roger Smith, how stress and trauma affects a child’s ability to learn and perform. Research on stress has yielded a better understanding of the biochemical and neurologic responses we see as “behavior.” Parents can tap into this research to better guide their child through life’s stresses. This session will review both the science and the social impact of emotions in the context of a Biblical worldview. Dr. Smith will transform scientific gobbledygook into layman’s language with tangible application.

ID: 24-22A
Friday;
Feb. 16, 2024
$3.50

Time must be budgeted just like money. We must determine the difference between the fixed - what we must do, and the discretionary - what we would like to do, and set our priorities. This workshop will be filled with practical tips and encouragement for everyday living as a homeschool family. Areas covered include understanding your calling, relationships, schooling, meals, household clutter and cleaning, and general household management.

ID: 24-23
Friday;
Feb. 16, 2024
$3.50

Have you ever had one of those days when it seems your children are constantly misbehaving, yet they really don’t seem to be rebellious? How do we discern the difference between irritating childish behavior and real disobedience? Here’s a sane, practical and proven method (Marilyn has 14 kids!) to turn irritations into solutions!

ID: 24-24
Friday;
Feb. 16, 2024
$3.50

In this session, Llora will give an introduction and explanation to homeschooling through high school. From creating a four-year plan, selecting courses, and figuring grade point average, to preparing for college.