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From: "Southeast Homeschool Expo" <webmaster@PROTECTED>
Subject: New Learning Seminars for All Ages!
Date: August 13th 2012
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Saturday, August 18, 2012 - 10 AM to 4 PM
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.
Session 1: Friday, September 7, 2012 – 10 AM to 3 PM
Session 2: Saturday, September 8, 2012 – 10 AM to 4 PM
Parents learn to remediate their child’s difficulties with reading and spelling using Orton Gillingham based materials and specifically Wilson Language Training Materials. It’s a great accomplishment to get the struggling reader and speller up and going, but there’s more! Getting a student to read and spell is only the beginning of language skill. Dyslexic, SLD and other Language challenged students must go beyond beginner skills and develop reading fluency, speed, comprehension, vocabulary and writing skills.
Saturday, September 15, 2012 - 10 AM - 4 PM
Yes! You can successfully homeschool the high school student. No! Your student will not miss out on a great experience and he can be accepted into the college of his choice! Join us for the 4th Annual Homeschooling the High Schooler Seminar. Through this highly interactive event, Randi St. Denis helps parents understand five different ways to graduate a homeschool student. She also answers the question "Will my child’s work transfer?" Transcripts, Portfolios, Testing, and All types of students: advanced to struggling. Also, explore the pros and cons of using non-accredited and accredited classes. Learn how to choose interesting and meaningful things to study and what to watch out for when choosing textbooks and workbooks. Receive information on outside classes, sports and other activities including joint enrollment opportunities especially for the high school student. Learn how to prepare for college and work. Three skills students must have to be successful in college. -Mixing teen jobs and homeschooling: How to avoid the common pitfalls.
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays - Roswell/Alpharetta
Learning Concepts Work/Study High School Program for grades 9-12 exists to encourage, educate and train teens to become capable in high school, college and the work place. 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.
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