June 27, 2017

How to Judge Homeschool Success and How to Develop Your Educational Philosophy

Next week on HSLDA’s @home e-vents…

Coming up next week, we have two webinars with nationwide appeal.

Did you have a chance to register for How to Judge Homeschool Success before it filled up? If not, we have good news! Due to the extreme popularity of this e-vent, we have opened registration to an unlimited number of attendees and moved the e-vent to Wednesday, April 14, @ 9:00 p.m. (ET).

During this free and very encouraging session, HSLDA President Mike Smith shares how you can conquer the fear of failure and how, when you get to the end of your homeschool experience, you can measure your homeschooling success by scriptural standards.

Speaking of homeschool success, as you are planning your homeschool program, do you ever think about your educational philosophy? Or do you wonder what an educational philosophy is? According to veteran homeschool parents and leaders Chuck and Pam Geib, your educational philosophy is the long-term goal underlying your homeschool program. On Thursday, April 15, @ 9:00 p.m. (ET), the Geibs’ will show you How to Develop Your Educational Philosophy. They will explain how it is the foundation of why you home educate and the filter you use when selecting teaching methods, curriculum, and yearly goals. Don’t miss this chance to hear the Geibs’ share their educational philosophy and help you formulate your own!

Don’t miss these exciting e-vents! Sign up now to reserve your “seat”!

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