Events

  

Whether you are new to homeschooling, a veteran homeschooler, considering taking the plunge, or just looking for practical ideas for your student conventions and virtual events like our round tables are great places to gain information to help you get the most out of your experience.

  

Throughout the year we host a variety of free virtual events and attend a number of conventions. Check back frequently as we add events often.

  

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History Should Be an Essential Part of Your Homeschool Journey, with Charlene Notgrass

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Free Virtual Event

Charlene Notgrass—homeschool pioneer, historian, blogger, and consummate encourager—says her joy in the journey of homeschooling came when she learned "how to make homeschooling who you were instead of something to be carried around like a big, heavy burden." Along with her husband, Ray, they have given the homeschooling world Notgrass History, one of Cathy Duffy's Top Picks for homeschool curriculum. Join us as we have a conversation full of history, encouragement, and joy as we discuss how history studies can positively impact both you and your students.

Thinking Outside the Box for Your Post–High School Journey, with Jonathan Brush

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Free Virtual Event

It's difficult for our students to envision what comes after high school. In our increasingly complex world, there are more and more paths for a post–high school journey. Join us for a lively discussion with Jonathan Brush, president and CEO of Unbound, to talk about having conversations with your high schooler now to prepare them for the future. We will explore attitudes to develop in your student and essentials you need to know as your prepare your students to leave the nest.

Do You Have a Heart for Math?

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Free Virtual Event

If you’re a parent who doesn't see yourself as mathematically adept, it can feel difficult to create a successful mathematical environment for your student. What if you could "flip the script" and learn alongside your student? Join us for a discussion about fostering your own mathematical success so you can model it for your students.

Creating the Skill Sets for High School Math Success

Free Virtual Event

Before a student begins their high school math experiences, they need to have a set a skills in place. As a parent, how do you recognize what skills are necessary and how to foster them? This discussion will center on what skill sets students need as they step into the world of pre-algebra and beyond.

Math-U-See is Tailor-Made for the ADD Student’s Success

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Free Virtual Event

How can the Math-U-See methodologies and materials set your student with Attention Deficit Disorder up for success? Join us as we review how to implement strategies that will make your student more mathematically successful.

When Your Journey is Different: Homeschooling a Special Needs Student, with Meredith Taylor

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Free Virtual Event

Homeschooling parents whose children learn differently often find themselves wondering what resources are available to them and how to take advantage of those resources. Join Gretchen Roe and Meredith Taylor, Director for Special Needs for the South Carolina Association of Independent Schools, for a discussion on where to begin and how to flourish. Parents will learn practical advice and also how SCAIHS could support them in their journey.

Finding the Joy in Creative Writing

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Free Virtual Event

Parents often ask us how they are going to teach their children creative writing—especially when they don't feel successful with that process themselves. Join us for a practical conversation about how to foster a love of writing in your children and how to teach them the skill sets to help them thrive.

An Occupational Therapist Talks With Us About Handwriting, with Katie Roe, MS, OTR/L

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Free Virtual Event

Handwriting struggles take many forms, and parent's often have a difficult time sorting concern from frustration. Join us for a conversation with Katie Webster Roe, OT, about ways to improve your child's handwriting, how to evaluate struggles, and how to create a game plan for success.

Creating Your Plan B: Enthusiasm for Life After Homeschool?

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Free Virtual Event

Sometimes we forget that good journeys have endings. Homeschool moms often feel adrift when their journeys end. Join us for this important discussion about how to plan for your future now so that you can move from one phase of life to another with grace and joy.