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General interest to all parents

General interest to all parents

We Have the Test Scores, Now What?

How can you use your test scores to upgrade your homeschooling experience? Glenna Toney will review testing patterns and scores and discuss how to use the information to the best interest of your child. Topics include learning disabilities or difficulties such as: dyslexia, processing disorders, retrieval issues, asperger’s, autism, sight readers, word callers, slow learners, advanced and fast learners and addressing learning discrepancies that can impact the student’s learning.

7 Things to Add to Your Child's Faith

As we look at 2 Peter 1:5-7 we are encouraged to add virtue, knowledge, self-control, patience, godliness, brotherly kindness and love to our faith. We can teach these positive traits to our children in a way that will help them to be all that they were created to be. As we model these traits in our own lives as parents, our children can have living, breathing examples to follow.

Homeschooling Your Gifted Child

When a gifted child’s needs are not being met in a traditional school setting, homeschooling is an important educational option to consider. This presentation will provide an introduction to homeschooling high-ability learners through the lenses of both educational theory and practical experience. Parents will gain an understanding of how learning theory supports the practice of homeschooling. They will learn how to choose and adapt homeschool curriculum to meet the individual needs of high-ability learners.

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