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WELCOME TO THE 2020 CANADIAN ONLINE HOMESCHOOL CONFERENCE!

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CANADIAN ONLINE HOMESCHOOL CONFERENCE 2020 SESSIONS

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  • Wednesday 5 Feb 2020
  • Thursday 6 Feb 2020
  • Friday 7 Feb 2020
  • Saturday 8 Feb 2020
  • Sunday 9 Feb 2020
  • Monday 10 Feb 2020
  • Tuesday 11 Feb 2020

Wednesday 5 Feb 2020

2020 Day One

When Planning Curriculum Ask These Questions First!

Jen MacKinnon

When Planning Curriculum Ask These Questions First!

Jen Mackinnon / Practical, By Default
Playtime: 30:07

Planning curriculum for your child can be overwhelming, to say the least. Less than 5 minutes searching through Google you are not only drowning in resources but reaching for the nearest hidden chocolate stash!

Let's be honest, “overwhelmed” and “lost” are the last place you want to be. Because I prefer to keep it simple I use a simple, practical, step by step process every single time.

Join me as I walk you through the questions you need to ask before you start your homeschool planning.

SESSION AVAILABLE: FEBRUARY 5, 2020


JEN'S OTHER SESSION: CONQUER YOUR TIME: 5 STEPS TO CREATING A SIMPLE SCHEDULE FOR TEENS


Hi, I'm Jen, Writer of Practical, By Default Solutions For The Working Homeschool Mom & Online Community: The Working Homeschool Mom Club! I believe every single working mom can balance their career, run a household, homeschool their kids, raise happy, healthy and confident kids and still have time for you! You don’t need to be superwoman you just need a plan.
Wed 12:00 am - 12:00 am
New To Homeschooling
planning

Start Your Own Business

Stacey Piercey

Start Your Own Business - How To Come Up With A Business Idea Of Your Own

Stacey Piercey / Kids2Market
Playtime: 19:55

Ever wanted to start your own business? Can't figure out how to get started? This session walks you through how to brainstorm business ideas that are perfectly suited to you; your own special gift to share with the world. Bring paper and something to write with, and let the ideas flow! **FOR YOUTH**

Session Available: February 5, 2020


STACEY'S OTHER SESSION: DEFINING SUCCESS


Stacey is the creator of Kids 2 Market Inc, an entrepreneurship program made just for kids. After spending a long time building businesses, she swapped a briefcase for a book bag and has been homeschooling ever since. She's passionate about teaching anyone interested how to start a business no matter what age they are.
Wed 12:00 am - 12:00 am
Youth
business

Relationship Matters - The Most Important Part of Homeschooling

Jennifer Gehman

Relationship Matters - The Most Important Part of Homeschooling

Jennifer Gehman / Connections for Learning
Playtime: 20:32

We make a monumental decision when we decide to homeschool our children. We dedicate ourselves to studying curriculum options, looking for the best resources, and buying the products promising us simplicity and results. We also begin doubting and second-guessing our decisions when we find our children struggling to learn the material we have so carefully selected. In the flurry of all these educational choices, we sometimes forget the most important thing about teaching our children. Relationship matters. It matters more than anything else.

Session Available: February 5, 2020


Jennifer Gehman is a veteran homeschooling mother of five children - one has completed her post-secondary education, two are currently attending university, one officially graduated from public high school after attending for a year and will soon start university, and the youngest is still learning in the living room. She is a co-founder of Wildwood Curriculum, treasurer of the Manitoba Association for Schooling at Home, and a certified facilitator at the Neufeld Institute. She holds a Bachelor of Education from bygone days but her greatest claim to fame at this time is that after working through Grade 12 four and a quarter times (including her own), she is still relatively sane.
Wed 12:00 am - 12:00 am
General Homeschooling
relationship

Leveraging Digital for Learning

Kelly Resmussen

Leveraging Digital for Learning

Kelly Rasmussen / GotSmartz
Playtime: 26:50

Could you or your child benefit from the use of assertive technology? Come learn about Read and Write, Mindomo, Google Keep, Tab Resize and how students of all ages are using these tools to help with reading, writing, studying, researching and organization. These simple tools can be used to engage, inspire and help learners reach their true potential.

Session Available: February 5, 2020


Kelly Rasmussen is an Academic Coach who inspires students to uncover their true identities as capable, clever, and creative learners in school and life through the use of specialized assistive technologies. Her company, GotSmartz, introduces struggling students to unique learning tools that support reading comprehension, executive functioning, writing and study skills. Through her company, GotSmartz, and her work with schools, Kelly empowers hundreds of students each year with her unique, technology-based learning strategies that transform them into voracious, organized learners. She is also a co-founder of an award-winning non-profit organization, iSisters Technology Mentoring, that helps women in need gain back control of their lives through technology.
Wed 12:00 am - 12:00 am
General Homeschooling
digital

Learning About Rabbits

Annette Vellenga

Learning About Rabbits

Annette Vellenga / A Net In Time
Playtime: 29:19

Introducing people to the care and joy of rabbits. Housing, feeding, and more. * FOR KIDS*

Session Available: February 5, 2020


Annette Vellenga is a lover of the triune God, raiser of rabbits, reader of books and enjoys a good walk. She has a great 14 year old son and a hard-working husband. She blogs at A Net in Time and has a rabbitry & website called At Home Pets. If not working in her vegetable garden or homeschooling her son you'll find her blogging book reviews, faith, and homeschooling.
Wed 12:00 am - 12:00 am
Kids
rabbits

It's Not About the Skateboard, It's About Learning Skills.

Norah Jackson

It's Not About the Skateboard, It's About Learning Skills.

Norah Jackson / Roarockit
Playtime: 21:41

Doing a simple-yet-sophisticated-build to make a wood skateboard from scratch focuses a young mind and leads them to understand many other lessons.

This session involves a program I have developed with my small company that has proven to capture the interest of teachers and students alike. It involves STEM and STEAM subjects using a hands-on approach to learning.

While the end result is a quality ride-able skateboard, the lessons along the way are fun, informative, relevant and meaningful especially to teens. Woodworking, science, construction technology, art and design, marketing and business topics are part of this project.

Community involvement, mentorship and leadership are also integral to the program. How do so many things relate to a skateboard? I hope you will watch this presentation to find out!

Session Available: February 5, 2020


My husband Ted Hunter and I started a company that promotes learning by doing. During a vacation in Maui Hawaii, Ted volunteered to teach in a wood shop at a visual arts centre. The resulting project was a laminated skateboard, which we both quickly realized was a perfect opportunity to teach other topics with. Back in Toronto, we got to work and created a product. My graphic design background and Ted’s background as a professor and sculptor helped get Roarockit started. We are proud to have made a significant contribution that has benefitted schools and students around the world!
Wed 12:00 am - 12:00 am
General Homeschooling
skateboard

Homeschooling Regulations Across Canada

Lisa Knight

Homeschooling Regulations Across Canada: What You Need To Know

Lisa Knight / HSLDA Canada

Did you know that regulations surrounding homeschooling are different in each province/territory in Canada? In these mini sessions, learn some important policies and regulations across the country. If you’re new to the homeschooling scene or simply want peace of mind that you’re on the right track, check out these helpful videos.

Session Available: February 5, 2020


Lisa Knight is the Conference Coordinator for HSLDA Canada. Her discovery of homeschooling came unexpectedly while she was studying psychology at Wilfrid Laurier University. As part of her coursework, she was placed in a homeschool group program for a six-week stage. This short assignment turned into two years because she loved it so much. This opportunity opened the door for her family to explore homeschooling. Now Lisa and her husband, Shawn, are embarking on their own homeschool adventure with their two young daughters.
Wed 12:00 am - 12:00 am
New To Homeschooling
regulations

8 Mythes Sur L'Éducation A Domicile

Marie Noelle Marineau

8 Mythes Sur L'Éducation A Domicile

Marie Noelle Marineau / Marginale et Heureuse
15:01 minutes

Pour ceux qui débutent, qui sont curieux, qui aimeraient en apprendre plus sur l'éducation à domicile, voici une conférence de type « éducation à domicile 101 », présentée en 8 mythes populaires!

Session Disponible: le 5 Février 2020


L'AUTRE SESSION DE MARIE: APPRENDRE EN S'AMUSANT AVEC LES TECHNOLOGIES


Marie Noelle Marineau est maman de 2 garçons éduqués à la maison, rédactrice, gestionnaire de communauté, blogueuse, récréologue, étudiante à la maitrise en technologie éducative et auteure de quelques livres dont L'éducation à domicile au Québec.
Wed 12:00 am - 12:00 am
En Francais, New To Homeschooling
mythes

Thursday 6 Feb 2020

ZPD and Homeschooling

Samantha Star

ZPD and Homeschooling

Samantha Star / Ms. Star Homeschools
Playtime: 15:53

When I tell people that I teach online and that my students are homeschooled they, of course, have follow-up questions. One popular line of questionning is about socialization. We all know that homeschooling isn’t as alienating as the general population seems to think is. In this presentation, I will discuss the importance of communities of practice (in any education setting) and how they can be powerful tools to help parents and educators with evaluating a learner’s ZPD or Zone of Proximal Development. ZPD refers to what the student can do with guided assistance, and we will discuss why determining this is important to a student's progress. We will also discuss why it is sometimes hard for those closest to the student to accurately determine a student's ZPD and how a community of practice can be used to benefit both the student and the home educator.

Session Available: February 6, 2020


Samantha was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec. She has been teaching online for nearly three years and specializes in French and science classes. She holds a Bachelor of Education with distinction, a Graduate Certificate in Teaching English Second Language, a certificate in Experiential Education and is currently completing her Master of Education at McGill University, focussing her studies on online learning. When she is not teaching or learning, she can be found at local trivia nights, spinning or walking her dog.
Thu 12:05 am - 12:05 am
General Homeschooling
ZPD

Single Parenting Homeschooling: A Guide To Getting It All Done

Sarah Wall

Single Parenting Homeschooling: A Guide To Getting It All Done

Sarah Wall / Raising Royalty

Getting it all done when you are doing it all yourself can feel lonely and overwhelming. But if you have the right systems in place, you can get it all done, and still have time for what matters to you. Here are the tools, tricks, systems and shortcuts that this single, homeschooling, work-at-home mom uses to keep on track and get it all done!

Session Available: February 6, 2020


SARAH'S OTHER SESSION: HOMESCHOOLING 101

Sarah is a single homeschooling mom of 6 in Waterloo, Ontario. She works from home as a virtual assistant & web designer. She's homeschooled for over 12 years, and blogs about homeschooling, single parenting and time management at RaisingRoyalty.ca.
Thu 12:05 am - 12:05 am
General Homeschooling
single parent

Making Environmental Connections

Karin Davidson-Taylor

Making Environmental Connections

Karin Davison-Taylor / Royal Botanical Gardens
Playtime: 24:58

Some of us have amazing resources that we can access locally to support our education programs, but not everyone has the same opportunities. No matter where you are, your students can interact with our educators and scientists and explore topics like biodiversity, conservation, botany, plant ecology and the environment. If you’ve never participated in an interactive distance learning experience, here is your chance to get a taste of what it is like. Discover Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG), Canada’s biodiversity hotspot, composed of 1100 hectares of natural sanctuaries and gardens at the southwest tip of Lake Ontario. During the program, we’ll introduce you to RBG and ask you to participate in some of our interactive programs. Our programs offer meaningful and diverse learning experiences that connect people with the wild and cultivated plant world. We’ll start with a critical part of a plant's life, insects; Creatures with Wings and Crawly Things (Kindergarten – Gr 3). Join us for a True and False game to explore what an insect is and then reinforce that with an action song. For those that are looking for French content, we can offer that as well. You’ll see a portion of a Growing Seeds (Gr 2 – 6) featuring our French educator, Danielle Barrette. For Gr 6 – 9, we’ll do a segment from Human Impacts on Ecosystems. Discover how we are mitigating some of the stressors in our wetlands and the results. All of our programs are curriculum linked to the province that they are presented to and we appreciate being able to connect with program coordinators (parents, guardians or organizations) to consult on the focus and content of the programs. Join Karin to discover how RBG is reaching out to urban, rural and remote communities via videoconference, engaging 21st Century learners while promoting environmental education.

Session Available: February 6, 2020


AUSSI DISPONSIBLE EN FRANCAIS: LES LIENS ENVIRONNMENTAUX

Karin Davidson-Taylor, B.Sc. (Guelph), B.Ed. (Brock). Education Officer, Royal Botanical Gardens Karin joined Royal Botanical Gardens in 2006, coming with 17 years experience with the Upper Grand DSB (Ontario) in both children and adult education. She has been responsible for establishing RBG as a Canadian leader in the world of interactive videoconference-based virtual field trips. She develops and delivers our distance education programming to schools and life-long learners around the world, working in coordination with other staff and partners.
Thu 12:05 am - 12:05 am
Kids
environment

Les Liens Environnementaux

Danielle Barrett

Les Liens Environnementaux

Danielle Barrett / Jardins Botaniques Royaux
17:56 minutes

Ce ne sont pas toutes les personnes qui ont des ressources locales pour soutenir l’apprentissage environnemental. Où que vous soyez, vos étudiants peuvent interagir avec nos éducateurs et nos scientifiques et explorer des thèmes tels que la biodiversité, la conservation, la botanique, l'écologie des plantes et l'environnement. Si vous n’avez jamais participé à une expérience interactive d’enseignement à distance, voici une occasion pour apprendre quoi cela ressemble. Découvrez les Jardins botaniques royaux (JBR), un lieu haut de la biodiversité du Canada, composé de 1,100 hectares de sanctuaires naturels et de jardins situés à la pointe sud-ouest du lac Ontario. Pendant le programme, nous vous présenterons les JBR et vous demanderons de participer à certains de nos programmes interactifs. Nos programmes offrent des expériences d’apprentissage enrichissantes et variées qui mettent les gens en contact avec le monde végétal et cultivé. Un programme populaire pour les élèves de jardin à 3e est Créature ailés et bestioles rampantes où nous découvrons pourquoi les insectes sont-elles importantes pour le monde des plantes. Joignez-nous pour un jeu vrai ou faux afin d'explorer ce qu'est un insecte, puis terminer avec une chanson d'action. Regardez une petite partie de notre programme De la graine à la plante (2e à 6e) mettant en vedette notre éducatrice française, Danielle Barrette. Pour les groupes 6e à 9e, nous offrons un programme sur les Impacts humains sur les écosystèmes. Découvrez comment nous aidons à protéger nos zones humides. Tous nos programmes sont liés au curriculum scolaire de votre province. Nous serons en contact avec les coordonnateurs (parents, tuteurs ou organisations) pour consulter sur l’objectif et le contenu que vous désirez pour nos programmes. Joignez-vous à Karin pour découvrir comment les JBR rejoignent les communautés urbaines, rurales et isolées par vidéoconférence, en impliquant les apprenants du 21ème siècle tout en promouvant l'éducation environnementale.

Session Disponible: Le 6 Fevrier 2020


ALSO AVAILABLE IN ENGLISH: MAKING ENVIRONMENTAL CONNECTIONS

Danielle Barrett travaille comme interprète de la nature aux jardins botaniques royaux depuis 2013, où elle présente des programmes éducatifs à des groupes scolaires de la maternelle à la 12e année. Pendant l’hiver elle développe et participe aux programmes éducationnels pour le publique basés sur l’exposition présentée. Elle est bilingue et aime pouvoir offrir des programmes en français et anglais. Danielle à de l’expérience dans le domaine de l'interprétation depuis plus de 20 ans. Elle a hâte de partager sa passion pour l'éducation en plein air avec la communauté et promouvoir la langue française.
Thu 12:05 am - 12:05 am
En Francais, Kids
environment

How Can I Get My Child To "Know" Their Times Tables?

Laurie Beesting

How Can I Get My Child To "Know" Their Times Tables?

Laurie Beesting / Bridge The Gap Math
Playtime: 41:50

This video is designed to get us all thinking about how Times Tables knowledge and confidence is a truly vital part of coping better with Intermediate math concepts, whether we are in Grades 4, 5, 6, 7... or Grade 8 or further and already working through high school math. The curriculum skills which students meet over the Intermediate math journey are often a little daunting, as things suddenly start to feel more challenging than in the earlier years... suddenly, concepts which felt ok, begin to feel a little wobbly as we tackle trickier mechanics of multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, percentages, geometry and more... and it is important to keep one’s head in a positive place to work through these more advanced stages. As a math tutor, whose role it is to ensure that some core fundamentals are firm and to build confidence to cope with up and coming math work, I have found that the most central and crucial aspect to making better progress, has been to find a way to learn and BECOME STRONGER AT TIMES TABLES. I made a list of the Intermediate math concepts which are made easier and more accessible if a student has a grip on Times Tables- and quite frankly, it was quite alarming to see all the math skills listed on there! Knowing one’s Times Tables is SO SO much the key to making faster progress in math!

Session Available: February 6, 2020


I am Laurie Beesting, mainstream school teacher (now private math tutor) of 28 years, and author of Bridge the Gap Math™- a new and DIFFERENT math book/program to help parents help their children to firm up JUST the often-missing-but-really-need-to-know-bits from the Intermediate (G4-7) curriculum. Since 2011, I have been researching, discussing, teaching and speaking about Intermediate math. The majority of my 1:1 students are G4-9; my book is based on their needs. My aim is to help many students (and their parents) across Canada to feel better about their math education, by sharing DO-ABLE ideas to firm up core essentials.
Thu 12:05 am - 12:05 am
General Homeschooling
math

Homeschooling: The Early Years

Lisa Marie Fletcher

Homeschooling: The Early Years

Lisa Marie Fletcher / The Canadian Homeschooler
Playtime: 26:44

When their children turn 3 or 4 years old, parents start to panic about academics. After all, these are the kindergarten years - ones that the school system has designated as an official starting point for education. It leads to a lot of questions - the biggest of which is "How do I homeschool my preschooler?" Let's talk about the early years and how to get learning in.

Session Available: February 6, 2020


LISA'S OTHER SESSION: THE MYTH OF BALANCE

Lisa Marie Fletcher is a homeschooling mom of 5 kids ranging from preschool to high school. When her homeschooling journey began, she searched for Canadian homeschooling resources and shared them online. That was the beginning of The Canadian Homeschooler - whose mission today is about helping Canadian homeschoolers connect with each other and with resources to help them on their journey.
Thu 12:05 am - 12:05 am
New To Homeschooling
early years

Defining Success

Stacey Piercey

Defining Success

Stacey Piercey / Kids2Market
Playtime: 24:21

What is success and how do you define it? Are we setting up our children for success in a future we can't even imagine? This session will help you define what success is for both you personally and your child(ren). Walking through a method used to ensure goals are grounded to a path forward, while keeping the child at the centre of it all. Once the goals are in place, homeschool planning becomes a natural extension with a clear vision of where you and your child are headed but offers freedom from stress and the "spring panic".

Session Available: February 6, 2020


STACEY'S OTHER SESSION: STARTING YOUR OWN BUSINESS *FOR YOUTH*

Stacey Piercey is the creator of Kids 2 Market Inc, a program teaching budding young entrepreneurs how to start a business from idea to sale. She spent over 20 year as an entrepreneur in the technology industry and has homeschooled her 3 boys for over 10 years.
Thu 12:05 am - 12:05 am
General Homeschooling
success

Friday 7 Feb 2020

Why Homeschooling a Child with Unique Needs is a Great Choice

Diane Geerlinks

Why Homeschooling a Child with Unique Needs is a Great Choice

Diane Geerlinks / GeerLinks Educational Therapy
Playtime: 22:11

Are you trying to homeschool a child that doesn’t fit the mold? Every child is unique, but some have needs that require more intervention. The labels range from Autism to Down's Syndrome, from ADHD to Vision Impairment to Auditory Processing Disorder. Is it really possible to teach your own child in all of these situations? In this workshop, we will discuss the pros and cons, hear each other’s real-life stories, share available resources and receive some much-needed encouragement for the journey!

Session Available: February 7, 2020


DIANE'S OTHER SESSIONS: BETTER LATE THAN EARLY OR EARLY THAN LATE? / Rx'S FOR THE 3 R'S: BACK TO BASICS


Diane Geerlinks is passionate about helping kids learn, developing their strengths and improving their weaknesses. She has worked in the field of education for the past 35 years, teaching children of all ages and abilities in group settings and one-on-one. As a homeschool mom for 23 years, she understands the challenges that face homeschool parents. In 2009, Diane trained as an NILD Educational Therapist and has since continued to pursue her passion for learning with particular focus on the neuroplasticity of the brain and how we can improve our capacity for learning at any age. She operates GeerLINKS Educational Therapy and is Marketing Director for NILD Canada.
Fri 12:05 am - 12:05 am
General Homeschooling
unique needs

Learning A Second Language

Julie Laferrière Tremblay

Learning a Second Language

Julie Laferrière Tremblay / Hook Me on Languages
Playtime: 17:17

In this session, I will talk to you about the following subjects:

1. What is the best way to learn a second language for children.

2. Why the traditional way of learning a second language in school is not the way it should be taught to achieve success.

3. The initial reason that motivated me to create my French curriculum.

I will also show you two short videos. The first one will explain the concept of my learning program and the second one is a demo covering every portion of my curriculum. Be ready to hear how you can bring into your home another language in an easy, interesting and natural way without leaving the comfort of your house or have a private teacher.

Session Available: February 7, 2020


Julie Laferriere Tremblay is a stay at home mom and the Founder of Hook me on Languages. Always looking for new challenges, both professionally and personally, Julie combined her strong work ethic and creativity to produce a learning program that all parents have been waiting to use. After a 10 year career as a dental hygienist, she decided to change her priorities by raising and home schooling her 2 children. Being with a military husband who was transferred from Quebec to Ontario early in his career unquestionably influenced her need to learn English. This was an indispensable element in order to create her remarkable language learning company. A strong believer in the power of positive thinking, she succeeds in everything she does and is an amazing person to be around. Her teaching lessons are available for free on her website: www.hookmeonlanguages.com
Fri 12:05 am - 12:05 am
General Homeschooling
second language

Homeschooling in Ontario

Marian Buchanan

Homeschooling in Ontario: How It Works & How To Get Started

Marian Buchanan / OTFP
Playtime: 17:53

Presented by a long-time executive member of the Ontario Federation of Teaching Parents (OFTP), this is a quick overview in two parts: “How it works” covers the legalities of homeschooling in Ontario: what the Education Act says, what the Ministry’s homeschooling policy says, how it normally works, and how it works if there is an attempted investigation. “How to get started” walks you through a step-by-step guide of the educational decisions to be made and the practical steps to be taken when getting started homeschooling in Ontario. As the OFTP motto says, “You CAN educate your child at home!”

Session Available: February 7, 2020


Marian Buchanan joined the Ontario Federation of Teaching Parents a couple of decades ago, around the time the homeschooling policy (PPM131) was being negotiated. Her unschooled son is all grown up now, but she remains involved in the homeschooling community through her volunteer work with the OFTP as well as running several homeschool-related websites, including the Canadian Home Based Learning Resource Page, University Admissions in Canada, and the Homeschool Media Network. She also offers a few downloadable activities for children through her Kids and Caboodles site.
Fri 12:05 am - 12:05 am
New To Homeschooling
ontario

Homeschooling in Alberta

Judy Arnall

Homeschooling in Alberta

Judy Arnall / Author of Unschooling To University and President of Unschooling Canada Association
Playtime: 57:53

Learn about rights, and responsibilities in home education and online schooling in this session geared to demystify the Alberta Education Regulations.


JUDY'S OTHER SESSION: UNIVERSITY, COLLEGE, TECH AND ART SCHOOLS - HOW TO GET IN AND STAY IN

Judy Arnall, BA, DTM, CCFE is a certified child and brain development specialist, keynote speaker and master of non-punitive parenting and education practices. She is the bestselling author of Unschooling To University.
Fri 12:05 am - 12:05 am
New To Homeschooling
alberta

Homeschool Mama Mental Self-Care: Keep Learning, Find Time Alone & Find Your Fun

Teresa Wiedrick

Homeschool Mama Mental Self-Care: Keep Learning, Find Time Alone & Find Your Fun

Teresa Wiedrick / Capturing the Charmed Life
Playtime: 36:17

If you've been homeschooling for more than a few weeks, you'll be relishing your homeschool freedoms. But if you've been homeschooling for more than a few weeks, you'll learn that homeschooling takes a lot out of you. Instill self-care practices that facilitate your well-being. Your mental stimulations matters. Keep learning, find time alone, and keep the fun in your life. You get to dabble in your interests, just like your kids get to dabble in theirs. You get to develop you and pursue your passions, just like you encourage your kids to pursue theirs. You get to make yourself a fun life, just like you help your kids to have fun in theirs. In this seminar, you'll get practical ideas how to approach these mental self-care needs. Join me as we chat about the homeschool mama experience.

Session Available: February 7, 2020


Teresa Wiedrick is eager to share the freedoms of the homeschool lifestyle with the skeptical, the intrigued, or the curious. Eleven years ago, she was searching for arguments against homeschooling, and that search shifted her next decade. Having homeschooled eleven years with four kids, Teresa is very aware of the self-care needs of a homeschool mama. She has had many opportunities to hone her self-care practices. She encourages other homeschool families to capture their charmed homeschool lives as they acknowledge and engage their challenges. She can be found on-line at www.capturingthecharmedlife.com and @capturing_the_charmed_life on Instagram and Twitter. She cannot be found on Snap Chat, because she is too old for that.
Fri 12:05 am - 12:05 am
General Homeschooling
self-care

Freeschoolin': "Life Is My School!"

Wendy Elizabeth Hart

Freeschoolin': "Life Is My School!"

Wendy Elizabeth Hart / Freeschoolin'
Playtime: 6:27

Join Wendy Elizabeth Hart for her first read aloud ever of the children's book she wrote and illustrated, "Freeschoolin': Life Is My School!". In this book you will meet her daughter Hope and learn about the joy of a self directed life through Wendy's colourful illustrations and simple, sweet story telling. **FOR KIDS**

Session Available: February 7, 2020


WENDY'S OTHER SESSION: GAMESCHOOLING


Fri 12:05 am - 12:05 am
Kids
freeschoolin

Conquer Your Time - 5 Steps to Creating A Simple Schedule For Teens

Jen MacKinnon

Conquer Your Time - 5 Steps to Creating A Simple Schedule For Teens

Jen Mackinnon / Practical, By Default
Playtime: 12:50

Let me ask you a question, do you ever feel overwhelmed by all the things you have to do? Chores, homeschool, clubs, extra curricular activities, studying for tests, preparing for college, handling a job and trying to find time for friends or hobbies? It's a lot to do! In this short video, I'll show you 5 simple steps to creating a simple schedule you can use to regain control over your time. *FOR YOUTH*

Session Available: February 7, 2020


JEN'S OTHER SESSION: WHEN PLANNING CURRICULUM, ASK THESE QUESTIONS FIRST


Hello, My name is Jen and I am the writing voice, blogger and coffee drinker behind Practical, By Default. I help working moms balance work and homeschooling by providing encouragement, support, and inspiration. I also homeschool two amazing teens. Great to meet you!
Fri 12:05 am - 12:05 am
Youth
schedule

Apprendre en s'amusant avec les technologies

Marie Noelle Marineau

Apprendre En S'Amusant Avec Les Technologies

Marie Noelle Marineau / Marginale et Heureuse
26:09 minutes

Dans cette présentation, on se questionne sur notre utilisation familiale des écrans, on voit un peu où en est la recherche sur l'apprentissage par les jeux vidéos, on discute des facteurs favorables à l'apprentissage et on apprend comment bien choisir une ressource numérique pour ses enfants.

Session Disponible: le 7 Fevrier 2020


L'AUTRE SESSION DE MARIE: 8 MYTHES SUR L'EDUCATION A DOMICILE

Fri 12:05 am - 12:05 am
En Francais, General Homeschooling
technologies

Saturday 8 Feb 2020

University, College, Tech and Art Schools: How to Get In and Stay In

Judy Arnall

University, College, Tech and Art Schools: How to Get In and Stay In

Judy Arnall / Unschooling to University
Playtime 41:10

Learn about the many ways to apply for post-secondary programs and tips for success in navigating the application process and the first year.

Session Available: February 8, 2020


JUDY'S OTHER SESSION: HOMESCHOOLING IN ALBERTA

Judy Arnall, BA, DTM, CCFE is a certified child and brain development specialist, keynote speaker and master of non-punitive parenting and education practices. She is the bestselling author of Unschooling To University.
Sat 12:05 am - 12:05 am
General Homeschooling
university

Take it from Two Teachers: You Can Homeschool

Amanda and Stéphane Ostrander

Take it from Two Teachers: You Can Homeschool

Amanda and Stéphane Ostrander / Raising A to Z
Playtime: 28:23

People are often surprised to hear that we are two teachers who decided to homeschool their kids. But, rarely do they question us, because they believe we are educated enough to effectively teach our kids. The truth is you can homeschool your children and you don’t need a teacher’s certificate to do it well. Take it from two teachers; Homeschooling is a valid choice and you are qualified to educate your children at home.

Session Available: February 8, 2020


Amanda and Stéphane Ostrander are two teachers who decided to homeschool their two daughters. They started their YouTube channel and blog, Raising A to Z, a little over a year ago, showing their journey in homeschooling while also offering tips, tricks, activities, ideas and parental support for other homeschooling parents. They recently wrote a book, How to Start Homeschooling: When You Have No Idea Where to Start. Together, they love to showcase the best of homeschooling life while also offering inspiration and support for other parents who are interested in homeschooling. When they aren’t filming, writing or creating cool content for other homeschoolers, Amanda and Stéphane love spending time with their daughters, Alexie and Zoé, reading, watching movies, exploring the outdoors and making music. They love to embrace the chaos that is educating and living life with two young girls in Northern Ontario Canada.
Sat 12:05 am - 12:05 am
New To Homeschooling
teachers

Keep Your Cool When You're Feeling HOT!

Jenn Dean

Keep Your Cool When You're Feeling HOT!

Jenn Dean / Families Matter Most
Playtime: 27:39

You want to reach the hearts of your children, but this is impossible when negative emotions get in the way. This workshop teaches parents how to stay calm in any situation. You'll learn to recognize your own emotions such as anger or guilt and then assertively relate with your children in a way that doesn’t escalate emotions. This one session will change your relationship with your kids, and you'll have more peace in your homeschool day.

Session Available: February 8, 2020


I am Jenn Dean, a Canadian Homeschooling Mama. I have three boys- the youngest is 13 years old, and the oldest is attending University in Regina, Saskatchewan. My husband Sean and I are involved in the homeschooling groups in our province, and we love home education. In addition to mentoring my teens through high school, I'm a Family Coach and I own a business called Families Matter Most. I'm like Super Nanny on TV, I go into people's homes and help family's get along! I work with parents and kids to increase cooperation, peace and joy in the home. I love it! I also teach workshops (live and online) on a variety of topics to help parents reach the hearts of their kids.
Sat 12:05 am - 12:05 am
General Homeschooling
cool

How Elementary Students Can Learn Online

Emily Douwes / Virtual Elementary School

How Elementary Students Can Learn Online

Emily Douwes / Virtual Elementary School
Playtime: 15:00

Have you ever wondered how a student who is learning to read can participate in online learning? Or what the role of a parent or guardian is when signing your child up for an online course? In this session, we will talk about how elementary students can learn online using different tools and the strategies that our industry leaders suggest to maximize student success in the online environment.

Session Available: February 8, 2020


Emily Douwes is the Head of Content Development at Bayfield Design, Virtual Elementary School’s sister company, specializing in education-based content development. Emily has 5 years of experience writing and developing online content. She loves math and is passionate about building students’ confidence by building a strong foundation of basic skills and fostering a growth mindset. Emily has paired her passion for building student confidence in math with online learning to provide the vision and direction for Virtual Elementary School’s Grades 1 to 8 Online Math Program. Virtual Elementary School (VES) is recognized as an Ontario Ministry of Education private school offering high quality online courses using the Ontario curriculum. We welcome students living anywhere in the world to take courses with us. You and your family will find that VES is an excellent alternative or supplement to traditional schooling.
Sat 12:05 am - 12:05 am
General Homeschooling
elementary

Homeschooling From a Remote Location

Sarita Harbour

Homeschooling From a Remote Location

Sarita Harbour / An Off Grid Life
Playtime: 21:45

Are you homeschooling far from the city? Sarita Harbour, a homeschooling mom living off the grid in the Northwest Territories shares how her family deals with the challenges of homeschooling when you live far from everything.

Session Available : February 8, 2020


Sarita Harbour is a freelance writing, blogging, homeschool mom living with her family in an off grid home in the wilderness of Canada's Northwest Territories.
Sat 12:05 am - 12:05 am
General Homeschooling
remote

Discover the Stars and Constellations

Julie Bolduc-Duval

Discover the Stars and Constellations

Julie Bolduc-Duval / Discover The Universe
Playtime: 21:16

In this session, I will give you an overview of the main stars and constellations visible in early 2020. You will also learn how to use the free planetarium software Stellarium. *FOR KIDS*

Session Available: February 8, 2020


DISPONIBLE AUSSI EN FRANCAIS: DECOUVRIR LES ETOILES ET LES CONSTELLATIONS

Julie Bolduc-Duval is an astronomer and science educator. For the last 9 years, she’s been the director of the program Discover the Universe which offers online astronomy workshops to teachers and educators across Canada. Her goal is to make learning astronomy fun and easy for everyone. Julie is also a mother of three kids aged 6 to 12 who are homeschooled by her husband.
Sat 12:05 am - 12:05 am
Kids
stars

Découvrir les étoiles et les constellations

Julie Bolduc-Duval

Découvrir les étoiles et les constellations

Julie Bolduc-Duval / À la Découverte de l'Univers
20:27 Minutes

Dans cette vidéo, je te montre comment apprendre les principales étoiles et constellations visibles à l’hiver 2020. Tu apprendras aussi comment utiliser le logiciel-planétarium gratuit Stellarium.

Session Disponible: Le 8 Fevrier 2020.


ALSO AVAILABLE IN ENGLISH: DISCOVER THE STARS AND CONSTELLATIONS

Sat 12:05 am - 12:05 am
En Francais, Kids
etoiles

An Introduction To Charlotte Mason

Cori Dean

AN INTRODUCTION TO CHARLOTTE MASON

Cori Dean / Maple Tree Publications
Playtime: 37:00

Join me for a brief introduction to Charlotte Mason, her philosophy, and her methodology. My hope is to give you a glimpse of her beautiful educational ideas and some concrete ideas for enhancing your homeschoool using her methods.

Session Available: February 8, 2020


Cori Dean is an author and speaker and the owner of Maple Tree Publications. She and her husband, Mark, are in full-time ministry with Youth for Christ and homeschool their three younger daughters in Bradford, Ontario and have sent their first graduate on to post-secondary studies. Cori loves long days of bicycling as well as camping and boating with the family and thinks there’s nothing better than a good book, some dark chocolate, and a cup of tea.
Sat 12:05 am - 12:05 am
New To Homeschooling
charlotte mason

Sunday 9 Feb 2020

Watercolour Ice Cream Cones Art Lesson

Andrea Mulder-Slater

Watercolour Ice Cream Cones Art Lesson

Andrea Mulder-Slater / KinderArt
Playtime 17:49

Join Andrea for a step-by-step art lesson which walks children through the creation of a watercolour painting with ice cream as the theme. *FOR KIDS*

Session Available: February 9, 2020


Andrea is an artist, art educator, art curriculum developer and homeschooling mom. She has taught art and art history at the elementary, secondary and post-secondary levels and has worked as an educational consultant on various art education projects. She also writes about parenting, creativity and homeschooling for CBC, YMC, WDish, Today’s Parent, Creatubbles, the Association of Curriculum Development and Little Passports. Together with her mom Jantje, Andrea created KinderArt® more than 20 years ago and launched The KinderArt Club in 2018. Her passion lies in helping parents bring out the natural creativity in their children.
Sun 12:05 am - 12:05 am
Kids
art

Teaching History

Rowan Atkinson

Teaching History

Rowan Atkinson / Headphone History
Playtime: 25:47

In a world of STEM. learn why the study of history is still important. You will be given many practical ideas for teaching history in a way that fits into your busy home school. Examples of free and purchased products to help you along the way will be given.

Session Available: February 9, 2020


Rowan studied History at Wilfrid Laurier University and is the author of Headphone History: A Canadian Audio History Curriculum. She has recently graduated from home educating her four children for the past 20 years. Rowan hosts the podcast Canada Homeschools, and is the author of Enough Already! Real Help for Homeschool Burnout, Freak Out and Zone Out. She loves the fall, playing soccer, reading historical fiction, and watching British period dramas.
Sun 12:05 am - 12:05 am
General Homeschooling
history

How Your Behavioural Style Impacts Your Homeschool

Karen Van Reisen

How Your Behavioural Style Impacts Your Homeschool

Karen Van Reisen / Incredible Creatures
Playtime: 27:09

Did you know that your behavioural style has a definite impact on the students in your homeschool, as well as on other people around you? In this session you will be introduced to a tool that can contribute to your family's homeschool success and increase harmony in your home. *Please note: This session is faith-based.*

Session Available: February 9, 2020


Sun 12:05 am - 12:05 am
General Homeschooling
behavioural

Gameschooling

Wendy Elizabeth Hart

Gameschooling

Wendy Elizabeth Hart / Freeschoolin'
Playtime: 16:15

Wendy Elizabeth Hart shares her passion for learning through play in this talk about the educational benefits of just playing games. Wendy covers 4 different types of gaming, including LARP (Live Action Roleplay), to provide a glimpse into the vast world of gameschooling and it's unique ability to make learning fun.

Session Available: February 9, 2020


WENDY'S OTHER SESSION: FREESCHOOLIN' "LIFE IS MY SCHOOL!" *FOR KIDS*


Wendy Elizabeth Hart is a children's book author, illustrator and enthusiastic radical unschooling/Freeschoolin' mom of 2 beloved children. She and her family care for their organic mini farm, vlog and blog about their home education lifestyle in the Barrie, Ontario area, and publish books for homeschoolers and their families. Wendy, a retired professional childcare giver, and her husband Jaze, formed The Un/Homeschool Club of Ontario (on Facebook) to provide a free, all inclusive organization for homeschoolers to connect, share and learn about home education in Ontario.
Sun 12:05 am - 12:05 am
General Homeschooling
gameschooling

Family Centered Learning

Bonnie Landry

Family Centered Learning

Bonnie Landry / Homeschool, Simplified
Playtime: 51:27

That cozy image you had when you considered homeschooling, reading together, cuddled up, the kids interested and asking questions...it's not a dream! You can achieve the homeschool you imagined. This session covers :

  • the importance of reading aloud
  • essentials for developing a rich learning environment
  • the value of hard copy encyclopedia
  • suggestions for the use of computer in home education
  • using space effectively
  • how reading aloud looks for our family
  • what age to start family reading
  • resources for choosing literature
  • we are developing an environment of learning
  • how to force kids to learn stuff you think they should know
  • developing an outline of study

Keep it cozy, love doing what you do.

Session Available : February 9, 2020


Bonnie Landry is an ordinary wife and mom, living on Vancouver Island with her family. She and her husband Albert have raised/are still raising seven children who range in age from 13-32. Three are now married, and the avalanche of grand-babies has begun! Bonnie’s mission is joy. Living simply, discipline with dignity, fostering community and encouraging others are all central to her life. This mission encourages others to be present to the people they love. It is possible to learn how to make joy normal. Homeschooling her kids for the last twenty nine years has confirms that strong relationships are fundamental for success in education. And the rest of life. Life is kind of a bust if you can’t get along with people.
Sun 12:05 am - 12:05 am
New To Homeschooling
family

Earning an OSSD as A Homeschooler

Richard Vallejo / Virtual High School

Earning an OSSD as a Homeschooler

Richard Vallejo & Cori Dean / Virtual High School
Playtime: 23:10

Homeschooled students often run into barriers when applying to post-secondary programs. Without an Ontario Secondary School Diploma, the application process can be tedious. For many, the step from secondary homeschooling to secular post-secondary education feels more like an obstacle course of paperwork. Earning an OSSD streamlines the application process, saving you time and trouble. In this session we will discuss how homeschooled students can apply to post-secondary programs with an OSSD from the comfort of their learning environment.

Session Available: February 9, 2020


Virtual High School (VHS) is a fully online, private, asynchronous secondary school offering high-quality Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) credit courses to students all over the world. In addition to our exceptional teaching, guidance and administrative staff, VHS students have access to unlimited, online, on-demand tutoring at no additional cost. VHS is open year-round, and all course content is online, including the final exam. Students may register any day of the year and will be placed into their course(s) within 24 hours. Anyone can register to become a student, and courses can be accessed from anywhere in the world.
Sun 12:05 am - 12:05 am
General Homeschooling
OSSD

Better Late Than Early or Early Than Late?

Diane Geeklinks

Better Late Than Early or Early Than Late?

Diane Geerlinks / GeerLINKS Educational Therapy
Playtime: 20:30

All children learn and grow at their pace...from rolling over as infants to crawling, to talking, to toilet training, to learning the alphabet. Homeschool parents are told over and over again ‘Don’t worry…they’ll catch on eventually’. Although this is somewhat reassuring for a homeschool mom who has tried everything to get their child to read, she wonders, "Is it fact? Do I dare wait?"  In this workshop, Diane, veteran homeschool mom and trained educational therapist, will debunk some myths, discuss some red flags and offer some tips and encouragement for the journey. 

Session Available: February 9, 2020


DIANE'S OTHER SESSIONS: WHY HOMESCHOOLING A CHILD WITH UNIQUE NEEDS IS A GOOD IDEA / Rx FOR THE 3Rs: BACK TO BASICS


Diane Geerlinks is passionate about helping kids learn, developing their strengths and improving their weaknesses. She has worked in the field of education for the past 35 years, teaching children of all ages and abilities in group settings and one-on-one. As a homeschool mom for 23 years, she understands the challenges that face homeschool parents. In 2009, Diane trained as an NILD Educational Therapist and has since continued to pursue her passion for learning with particular focus on the neuroplasticity of the brain and how we can improve our capacity for learning at any age. She operates GeerLINKS Educational Therapy and is Marketing Director for NILD Canada.
Sun 12:05 am - 12:05 am
General Homeschooling
late

Monday 10 Feb 2020

Why Did the British Wear Red Uniforms? *KIDS*

Lisa Marie Fletcher

Why Did the British Wear Red Uniforms? * KIDS *

Lisa Marie Fletcher / The Canadian Homeschooler
Playtime: 9:31

It seems strange that an army would wear bright red uniforms, doesn't it?
Let's look at the Battle of the Plains of Abraham to see if we can figure out why.

SESSION AVAILABLE : FEBRUARY 10, 2020

Lisa Marie Fletcher is a homeschooling mom of 5 kids ranging from preschool to high school. When her homeschooling journey began, she searched for Canadian homeschooling resources and shared them online. That was the beginning of The Canadian Homeschooler - whose mission today is about helping Canadian homeschoolers connect with each other and with resources to help them on their journey.
Mon 12:05 am - 12:05 am
Kids
british

The Myth of Balance

Lisa Marie Fletcher

The Myth of Balance

Lisa Marie Fletcher / The Canadian Homeschooler

Playtime 52:12

There is this popular belief that, if you do things properly, it is possible to find a way to balance all the sections and responsibilities in our lives so they each get the time they need and we find success/peace/happiness. We are expected to be able do everything to the fullest. But the truth is, balance is a myth. Life is more about priorities, flexibility, and simplification than balance.  Let's simplify together.

Session Available: Feb 10, 2020


LISA'S OTHER SESSION: HOMESCHOOLING: THE EARLY YEARS

Lisa Marie Fletcher is a homeschooling mom of 5 kids ranging from preschool to high school. When her homeschooling journey began, she searched for Canadian homeschooling resources and shared them online. That was the beginning of The Canadian Homeschooler - whose mission today is about helping Canadian homeschoolers connect with each other and with resources to help them on their journey.
Mon 12:05 am - 12:05 am
General Homeschooling
balance

Teaching French In Homeschool

Christy Chalmers

Teaching French In Homeschool

Christy Chalmers / La Librairie de LectureA-Z
Playtime: 20:08

Learn about teaching French to elementary students from a retired public school French teacher. What's important to know? What is the best way for kids to learn a second language? Get all the details in this short interview.

Session Available: February 10, 2020


I took my general Bachelor of Arts in psychology at Wilfred Laurier from 1975 to 1977. I got my BA of Education degree at the University of Toronto specializing in business education. Then I worked for various boards from 1982 to 1991. I continued my education through Western University obtaining my Primary and Junior certification. Then in 1990 I went to Brock University and got my certification in French as a second language.
Mon 12:05 am - 12:05 am
General Homeschooling
french

Rx For The 3 R's: Back to Basics

Diane Geerlinks

Rx For The 3R's: Back to Basics

Diane Geerlinks / GeerLINKS Educational Therapy
Playtime: 18:26

Some of our students just need a boost to give them the competence and confidence they need to get caught up to their peers. In this workshop, we will demonstrate and discover new concepts using the Socratic method of questioning and mediation. This workshop will introduce the benefits of our prescriptive (Rx) programs for Reading, ‘Riting & ‘Rithemtic. Rx 4 Math helps students build and strengthen their number sense, math vocabulary, and problem-solving strategies. Rx for Reading builds and strengthens the 5 pillars of language into a language brain. Rx for Writing builds and strengthens grammar and writing mechanics. 

Session Available: February 10, 2020


DIANE'S OTHER SESSIONS: WHY HOMESCHOOLING YOUR CHILD WITH UNIQUE NEEDS IS A GOOD CHOICE / BETTER THAN LATE THAN EARLY OR EARLY THAN LATE?


Mon 12:05 am - 12:05 am
General Homeschooling
Basics

Homeschooling 101

Sarah Wall

Homeschooling 101

Sarah Wall / Raising Royalty
Playtime: 39:11

Get a brief overview of how to start homeschooling, in 10 easy steps. Learn what the difference is between deschooling & unschooling, discover the various kinds of homeschool methods you can use, and figure out where to go for support in your journey!

Session Available: February 10, 2020


SARAH'S OTHER SESSION: SINGLE PARENT HOMESCHOOLING


Sarah is a single homeschooling mom of 6 in Waterloo, Ontario. She works from home as a virtual assistant & web designer. She's homeschooled for over 12 years, and blogs about homeschooling, single parenting and time management at RaisingRoyalty.ca.
Mon 12:05 am - 12:05 am
New To Homeschooling
101

Expanding our Homeschool

Michelle Beazer

Expanding Our Homeschool

Michelle Beazer / The Canadian Schoolhouse
Playtime: 29:34

How we helped other families provide an education for their kids through adjusting our homeschool routine to include their kids on a full time or part time basis. In this session I will share how we, as a family, homeschool. Where the idea came from. How I met families in need of this kind of help. What steps we took to make it a success for our family and the families with whom we share our homeschool.

Session Available: February 10, 2019


Michelle is a Canadian homeschooling mom to four great kids including two on the autism spectrum and two adorable granddaughters. They have been homeschooling for 20 years.
Mon 12:05 am - 12:05 am
General Homeschooling
other people

Bringing Democracy to Your Classroom

Ruth Matthew

Bringing Democracy to Your Classroom

Ruth Matthew / CIVIX
Playtime: 15:15

CIVIX is a non-partisan, national registered charity dedicated to building the skills and habits of active and engaged citizenship among young Canadians. CIVIX provides authentic learning opportunities to help young Canadians practice their rights and responsibilities as citizens, and connect with their democratic institutions. Instead of studying about democracy from a textbook, they experience it first-hand with real issues in real-time. This workshop focuses on the programming offered by CIVIX that can be easily integrated into your class planning.

The workshop will introduce our flagship program is Student Vote. Student Vote enables teachers to bring democracy alive in the classroom and empowers students to experience the voting process firsthand during general elections. Students learn about government and the electoral process, research the leaders, candidates and party platforms, and discuss the election with family friends. In the culminating, students take on the roles of election officials and conduct a vote on the local candidates. The results are shared publicly following the close of the official polls.

We have also started to tackle one of the most urgent issues facing democracies today: the spread of misinformation and disinformation. Being able to determine what is fact or fiction online has become an essential skill of citizenship in the digital age. Students need to think critically about what they see online, develop the habits to verify information, establish a trusted list of sources and gain an appreciation for the role of professional journalism in a democracy. Learn the tips and tricks for fact-checking sources that you can bring back to your classroom. Participants receive access to engaging how-to videos and lesson plans. Finally, this workshop will touch on our financial literacy program Student Budget Consultation program, which provides youth with an opportunity to learn about the government’s revenues and expenditures, discuss important political issues and suggested policies, and offer their insights on the priorities of the upcoming federal budget.

Session Available: February 9, 2020


Ruth Matthew is on the Communications team at CIVIX and manages the Rep Day program, bringing elected representatives into classrooms to engage with students. She graduated from McMaster University in 2017 with a degree in Political Science along with an appreciation for experiential learning through a study abroad in Lyon, France.
Mon 12:05 am - 12:05 am
General Homeschooling
democracy

Tuesday 11 Feb 2020

Facebook Wrap-Up Party!

Facebook

Facebook Wrap-Up Party!

You won't want to miss this one! Starting at 8pm Eastern Time, we will be having a fast and furiously wild party to celebrate the end of our conference!

Come for chat, prizes, and craziness!

To be eligible to win, you need to be 18+, live in Canada, and click the "Going" button on the event to be added to the RSVP list. This is the list we will use to pull prize names from!

PARTY: FEBRUARY 11, 2020. STARTING AT 8PM EASTERN


Tue 12:05 am - 12:05 am
party