Cover Their Eyes and Ears: Teach Your Children to Think

Speaker: Cynthia L. Simmons
As mothers we long to protect our children from the ungodly
philosophies sweeping our nation. Cynthia will give you invaluable tools to prepare your child to discern truth from error.

Building Young Learners with Foldables

Speaker: Dr. Rhonda Meyer Vivian
Foldables are a great tool for early childhood classrooms—learn how to use new materials and tried-and-true strategies in this engaging session. Cut, fold and more as you make thoughtful decisions to foster active learning engagement of early childhood learners. Leave with multiple examples of materials you can use with young learners.

Come Learn What’s New in SAT and AP

Speaker: Lynn Demmons
The College Board strongly encourages equity and access as a guiding principle that gives all willing and academically prepared students the opportunity to participate in rigorous coursework. Learn about new resources that can be used to enhance a rigorous curriculum for all –such as AP Capstone, Khan Academy and AP Insight. You will be provided research and online tools to help students aspire, explore, choose,enroll and succeed in AP and improve SAT performance. Come learn what’s new!

Sibling Rivalry

Speaker: Charlotte Ellard
Raising 12 children presents a wealth of opportunity for sibling rivalry. Charlotte Ellard candidly shares successes and failures and tips she’s gleaned from other families as well. Praying through the multiple personalities and maturity levels of their family members, the Ellards now have children ages 13 to 33 that actually look forward to spending time together!

Teaching Toddlers and Teaching with Toddlers

Speaker: Charlotte Ellard
A mother of 12 homeschooled children, Charlotte is eager to share how she managed to homeschool with infants, toddlers, preschoolers and teenagers–all at the same time! Focusing this workshop on working with preschoolers, keeping life positive, simple, productive and mostly in order! Come be encouraged and glean some practical knowledge from a mom who not only survived 20+ years of toddlerhood but has actually enjoyed raising her 12 toddlers.