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Parents of teens (and possibly teens)

Parents of teens (and possibly teens)

How to Help Students Own Their Faith

Studies show that about 50% of students will disengage from their Christian faith during the college years. Over half of teenagers and emerging adults believe that morality is relative and there is more than one way to God. It doesn’t have to be this way. In a generation that thinks it’s worse to not recycle than it is to watch porn, how do we help students own their faith? While we can’t choose for our teenagers, we can equip them. In this talk, we will explore what every teenager needs to build a lasting faith.

Learning with Games—Much More Than Chess

Learning is important and can be hard work! Playing board and card games is very rewarding for many people. Participants will learn how to use games to introduce and reinforce major educational concepts for students. Games, unfamiliar to many, will be introduced this session. These games will help teach concepts like Newtonian physics, critical thinking, problem solving, probability and inductive logic.

NC Community College Opportunities for Homeschoolers

This seminar includes a review of the Career and College Promise (CCP) program available to high school students in North Carolina. Special attention will be given to admission criteria, costs and transfer of credit to senior institutions. An overview of college transfer programs will be discussed as it relates to the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA). Robert will leave time for questions and answers.