Tag Archives: southeast homeschool expo

Workshop: Etiquette Training In the Home

Title: Etiquette Training In the Home

Speaker/Affiliation: Monica Irvine/The Etiquette Factory

Date and Time: Saturday, July 31st, 2010, 10:00 AM

Description: Come and learn from a certified etiquette instructor and master motivator, Monica Irvine, how to teach your children from preschool and up, in the art of etiquette. Etiquette skills take time to form and perfect, so it’s never too early to start! Kids love to sing, play games, role play and listen to stories. That’s the key in making etiquette a topic that your children actually look forward to learning about. You will be so grateful you attended this discussion and will leave with confidence and excitement to implement these ideas into your home. Children are invited! (Room 117/118)

Workshop: Homeschooling Civics 101

Title: Homeschooling Civics 101

Speaker/Affiliation: Mike Olson/HEIR [Home Education Information Resource]

Date and Time: Saturday, July 31st, 2010, 11:15 AM

Description: Learn the requirements of Georgia law for home study programs &, just as importantly, appreciate the freedoms that the law respects. How have we gotten to where we are? Who & what forces threaten the free practice of home education? (You might be surprised.) How do we defend our freedom? What is more important: Access to the taxpayer-funded resources, albeit fair, or practicing home education without third party oversight (3PO)? (Room 105)

Workshop: How to Prepare an Artistic Portfolio

Title: How to Prepare an Artistic Portfolio

Speaker/Affiliation: TBD/The Savannah College of Art & Design

Date and Time: Saturday, July 31st, 2010, 11:15 AM

Description: Learn helpful tips on preparing a dynamic artistic portfolio! This session presents the fundamentals of successful portfolios & what our review committee looks for in portfolio submissions. The presentation will address visual, media, & performing arts; writing elements, artistic elements, guidelines for inclusion, presentation quality as well as additional aspects of portfolio preparation. The session will include visual examples of portfolios, including those meriting past scholarships. (Room 106)

Workshop: Your Family Can Make an Eternal Difference

Title: Your Family Can Make an Eternal Difference

Speaker/Affiliation: Gary Thigpen/Gospel for Asia

Date and Time: Saturday, July 31st, 2010, 11:15 AM

Description: We know the Lord wants us to love people the way He loves them. But how do you get your children to grow in love for the lost world? Learn practical ways to lead your family to love the lost, especially those not yet reached with the Gospel, and to focus on what truly lasts forever. (Room 110)

Workshop: Lap Books: Get Them Writing The Easy Way

Title: Lap Books: Get Them Writing The Easy Way

Speaker/Affiliation: Donna Lookenott, M.A./Homeschooling Mom of 6, Tutor

Date and Time: Saturday, July 31st, 2010,

Description: Use simple items like scissors, construction paper, and glue to create beautiful displays that get children excited about writing. Donna shows beautiful lap books and discusses other creative ways to encourage writing. (Room 113/114)