Without tests, grades, curriculums, experts, rankings, evaluations or reports - HOW on earth is a homeschooling parent supposed to know if their child is growing, learning and succeeding?
This workshop will help parents take stock of their family's lives, shedding light on strengths and accomplishments, and offering resource for areas in need of improvement.
Parents will go home with clearer priorities, a sense of direction, and bolstered with encouragement for their homeschooling journey.
At Talking Stick
In the Cope House at Awbury Arboretum
Wednesday October 22
$5-20 per person suggested donation
Questions? Contact Meryl Hyatt at email@example.com
Amy Childs unschooled her (now mostly grown) three kids.
"Watching them thrive as they become more independent only makes my passion for self-directed learning all the more clear."
Amy has recently joined the Talking Stick Board because she wants to give back to the homeschooling community.
Amy Childs is a the producer of The Unschooling Life Podcast, and coaches clients from around the world through workshops, classes, conference calls and personal support. Find out more at www.amychilds.com and www.unschoolingsupport.com.
By car - the entrance is on Chew Ave. between Washington Lane and Haines St.
By train - across from Washington Lane Station on Septa's Chestnut Hill East Line.
By bus - Septa bus routes 18 and 26 stop on Chew Ave., and the XH bus stops on Washington Lane.
For detailed directions to the Cope House, click here.
UPDATE: The original post listed the start time as 7:30 pm, which was not correct; the actual start time is 7:00 pm.
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