April 19, 2014

Diana Waring and Heidi St John: Toddlers, Tweens and Teens, OH MY!

WATCHTalk

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Join Diana as she interviews Heidi St. John, homeschool author, speaker and mom, on this fascinating topic. One of the most challenging aspects of homeschooling a houseful is figuring out how to teach them all while finding time to manage the rest of your responsibilit…ies during the day! Moms are always wondering if they are “doing enough” and investing enough time to teach individual subjects, well, individually. It can be overwhelming. Heidi will share several secrets of multilevel teaching that will empower, encourage, and enlighten you! If you’ve got a houseful, then you’ve got your hands full! Let’s laugh together and rediscover the JOY of homeschooling with a full heart AND a full house!

Homeschooling: We’ve come a long way!

Original Air Date: June 01, 2010

Homeschooling: We’ve come a long way!

Join Diana as she interviews Dr. Jay Wile, former research scientist and university professor, author of the Apologia Science Curriculum and noted homeschool speaker. Dr. Wile has a unique perspective from which to evaluate the homeschooling movement, and what he has to share will encourage and empower you in your homeschooling as you discover what a GREAT job you’re doing!

Host Name: WATCHTalk

Nurturing Your Marriage During the Homeschool Years

Nurturing Your Mariage During the Homeschool Years

Join Diana as she interviews Heidi St. John, author of the soon-to-be-released book, “The Busy Homeschool Mom’s Guide to an Intimate Marriage.” We will talk about the very real challenges of building a healthy marriage in the midst of real life homeschooling—dealing with the ongoing needs of the children in your home.

Canberra Conference with Diana Waring: 23 – 24 October 2009

Today in Canberra will be your last opportunity to hear Diana in the Southern Hemisphere for awhile.

We keep hearing of people who have had life changing experiences at these conferences. Diana is very honest and she shares from her heart. She shares her experiences good and difficult. The wonderful thing about the difficult things that Diana shares with us is how she overcame the difficulties to have even stronger relationships with her children.

If you want to improve your relationships with your children then come hear Diana.

If your relationship is already good with your children and you want to have even better relationships with them, then come hear Diana.

You wont be disappointed.

No matter what curriculum you use, you are able to apply what Diana says to your home education journey. Come and see/hear how your home education journey can be full of joy and fun and learning – living, learning and laughing as the title of the conferences says.

If you missed hearing Diana when she was in your area, it is well worth the air fare or land travel to get to this conference. Again you wont be disappointed. You will be challenged and encouraged.

http://hef.org.nz/2009/canberra-conference-with-diana-waring-23-%E2%80%93-24-october-2009/

Canberra Conference with Diana Waring: 23 – 24 October 2009

Canberra: 23 – 24 October 2009

Canberra

23 – 24 October 2009

Location

Dickson Baptist Church
Cowper St.
Dickson Shopping Centre,
ACT
(Opposite Dickson swimming pool)
For a map and directions please go HERE

Time

9.00-9.30 am Registration
9.30 – 11.00 am Workshop One
11.00 – 11.30 am Morning Tea
11.30 am – 1.00 pm History Workshop
Please choose one only on your registration form
1.00 – 2pm. Lunch
BYO lunch; Catch up with friends and peruse curriculum stands
2.00 – 3.30 pm Workshop Three
There will be more time available to peruse curriculum stands following the last workshop

HEA Rates

This is a HEA sponsored event.
If you are not an HEA member, day membership fees must be paid for insurance purposes.
Day membership of $5 per person, max $15 per family for the conference is available
OR
Join HEA and quote HEA member on registration

Conference Rates

Full conference single AU$ 50
Full conference couple / family AU$ 70
One day only single AU$ 30
One day only couple / family AU$ 50

Payment Methods

Pay via direct bank deposit or post your cheque with your registration forms or use the PayPal forms below.

Your PayPal receipt is your registration for the conference.

Pay without revealing your debit or credit card numbers, or your bank account details

To pay go to:

http://www.dianadownunder.com/


Children

Youth 12 years and over are welcome at the conference workshops, as are nursing infants. Otherwise, please make alternate arrangements for your children. At this stage it is not anticipated that there will be any available childcare on-site.

Workshops

Early Bird choices: There will be two general workshops and one history focussed workshop each day. If you register before June 30th, you have an opportunity to input into which history workshop is offered on each day. Please note your preference on the registration form or in the Instructions to Merchant PayPal form. The most preferred workshop will be decided when Early Bird Registrations close, June 30, 2009

Friday Workshops

The well kept secret of a biblical education
Option one Exposing the Wizard of OZ
Option two: Whatever happened to church history
Got Teens

Saturday Workshops

Not your average genius
Option one:  History via the Scenic route
Option two: Unlocking the mystery’s of the middle ages
Actively Engage Learning and Actually enjoy learning

Coordinator: Stephanie Herbert

Phone 02 6247 5320

If you need to leave a message, please give a land line number

Email: brettani@bigpond.com

303 Dungog Rd
Martins Creek
NSW
2420

Home Education Association Australia

This is a Home Education Association sponsored event in Canberra.

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