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Subject: Register for the Early Learners Conference!
Date: August 9th 2013

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Have Fun Teaching Preschool Through 3rd Grade

Saturday, August 17th, 2013 - Register Now!

Join us for our Annual Early Learners Conference. Through this highly interactive event, Randi St.Denis helps parents:

-Discover what to teach and how to really enjoy this time when children are young
-Organize your space and schedule your time to make homeschooling easy
-Focus on the important things and leave the trivial behind
-Make learning fun while ensuring that your child has a good foundation for future academic and creative pursuits.

Whether or not you already know how you will homeschool and the materials you will use, this highly interactive day is designed for all parents. The Early Learners Conference does not promote any one form of homeschooling or any one type of curriculum. Instead, discover truths and techniques that apply to all children and all learning regardless of differences in educational approach.

Speaker:
Randi St. Denis, Director of Home Educators Encouragement Alliance, has been working with families for over 20 years. Married, with seven children ages 16 years and up (six who are in college), Randi brings an intense love for children and learning to helping parents understand what children are able to do and learn. She specializes in all types of children including gifted and special needs. A popular speaker, Randi also privately counsels on personal and educational issues and privately tutors through HEEA. For high schoolers, Randi provides tutoring in Math, Science, Writing, Remedial Reading and Spelling, Reading Comprehension, and raising SAT, ACT, GED and COMPASS scores.
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Individualized Study Program Creates High Performing Students!

3 Days A Week Program - Find Out More!

Students work on courses of study chosen with each student’s needs in mind and receive direct instruction and mentoring toward success, as needed. Individualized programs may include study for standardized testing, tests for joint enrollment, college credit, and college enrollment paperwork, etc.

Using computers, textbooks, and additional texts, students work on their own monitored school materials (chosen with each student’s needs in mind) and in small cooperative learning groups. Courses such as math and science, etc. are directly instructed as needed.
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One Day a Week Pick Your Subject Classes

• Pre-Algebra
• Algebra I
• Algebra II
• Geometry
• PreCalculus/Trigonometry

• Introduction to Computer Programming
• Intermediate Computer Programming

• Microsoft Office Suite Introduction
• Microsoft Office Suite Intermediate
• Microsoft Office Suite Advanced

• Introduction to Composition with Literature
• Composition with American Literature High School
• Composition with British Literature High School

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