Cori Dean is an author and speaker and the owner of The Learning House. With nearly 20 years of homeschool experience she has traveled the country bringing support and encouragement to thousands of homeschoolers for more than a decade. Having graduated their older two children, she and her husband Mark continue to work with their younger two both at home and in their learning nook at the store in Bradford, Ontario. 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.
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.
Working Together at Home is not just a goal but it is a necessity these days. In this seminar we will be motivated by the basis for creating a great working together routine; we will look at the basics of working together and will cover the general bases of creating a routine that works for your family. Then we will take a few minutes to chat through a few other home management ideas that can support your working together at home routine. Grab a cup of tea: I look forward to visiting with you!
What if my child is not university bound? My child isn’t particularly academic; what are her options if she doesn’t want to go to college after she graduates from homeschool? My kid doesn’t know what he wants to do! How do we plan for post-secondary school?
As homeschoolers we actively seek the best educational opportunities for our children. When looking at post-secondary options, university is often seen as the gold-standard but it isn’t really for all students, is it? Let’s look at options for your child if they don’t know what they want to do, aren’t ready yet for college or university, or if they GASP should want to follow skills and giftings that don’t take them on a traditional post-secondary journey.