Crystal Creek Media presents Film Camp for Teens! The camp is coming to the Southeast Homeschool Expo in 2013! Teens can learn practical and technical aspects of creating awesome movies. Parents can attend the Homeschool Expo while the Teens enjoy the action-packed two-day film camp. Teens will learn the skills and necessary knowledge to enter the film making industry. The camp has received rave reviews from homeschool leaders around the country! Daniel & Kathleen Knudsen head up a jam-packed schedule with great sessions such as “Taking Center Stage: Acting for Film”, “Design for Art and Screen: Cinematography & Editing”, “Winning with the Audience”, and much more! Go check out the Film Camp for Teens page to learn more!
The Southeast Homeschool Resource Directory has been updated with more events, classes, services, support groups, and more! It is a valuable resource if you homeschool in Georgia. You can also add your service or business to the directory by registering, then logging in and submitting a listing. More listings are added every week. We are looking for more field trip ideas, local support groups, co-ops, academies, gifted opportunities, email groups, tutors, consultants, classes, and more. If you have any ideas or want to post please register them on the directory. We will make sure to keep the directory up to date with new listings.
The College at Southwestern is a part of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. We strive to educate young men and women to be better equipped to engage the world with Jesus Christ. We are an accredited 4-year college. At our booth we will be providing free information about our school.
Visit Website: The College at Southwestern – http://college.swbts.edu
Dr. Ellen Burns Hurst is the author of Why Can’t My Daughter Read?. She holds a Ph.D. in Language and Literacy and has spent a career focused on cutting edge reading interventions in her clinical practice. A true pioneer in the field of dyslexia, Dr. Hurst continues to focus on her passion of changing the reading lives of students through her position as an adjunct professor of assessment at Georgia State University and through frequent research presentations at national and international literacy conferences.