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Please note that while you are free to choose any seminar you wish to attend, due to fire regulations, we are not allowed to have more people in a room than the number of chairs that have been provided.
If you find that a seminar has no empty chairs when you arrive, please find another seminar that you could attend. All sessions are first come, first served. Some popular seminars may fill very quickly.
Seminars will be approximately 1 hour long, with an additional 15 minutes allotted for questions and answers. You are not required to register for seminars ahead of time.
Seminar topics will include choosing curriculum; teaching specific subjects; practical tips for success; learning disabilities and more.
Seminars sessions will not be recorded.
We recognize that your cell phone is an important way for those caring for your children to get hold of you in an emergency. For this reason, we will not be requesting that you shut your phone off. However, please make sure that your phone is turned to vibrate, so that it will not disturb others. If you should happen to get a call during a seminar, please exit the seminar to take the call. Also, please refrain from making calls during a seminar session. The speaker of the session may ask you to leave if the phone is causing a disruption to others.
Please remove crying, fussy or noisy infants from seminar rooms immediately.
Overview of the Day and full details of each session will be available after Feb. 1, 2014
Below are the confirmed topics for 2014. More to follow.
For full details of each session, click here.
After High School: Job, College or University? – Brenda Tomini
Autism Spectrum and Homeschooling: Symptoms, Interventions and Strategies – Suzanne Day
Building a Moral Compass – Kirk Durston
Calling All Moms – The Encouragement to Press On For God’s Glory – Laurie Kenyon
Character For Moms – Lena Emo
Charlotte Mason in the Upper Years – Anne White
Does the Bible Conflict with Science? – Jim Mason
Education By Inspiration: Education As Atmosphere – Cori Dean
Essay Writing in High School – Liz Sheils
Exploring the 20 Principles of a Charlotte Mason Education – Christine Gayfer
Geocaching – Shelley Riimand
Helping Homeschoolers Make Effective Career Decisions – Brenda Tomini
Homeschooling 101 – Louise House
Homeschooling The Special Needs Child – Lena Emo
Homeschooling Your Pre-
How Not To Raise a Home Schooling Geek – Paul Faris
How To Teach Creation Science – Samantha Cameron
Language Acquisition: Making the Connection Between the Brain Processing and Language
Laying Down The Rails: Education As A Discipline – Cori Dean
Laziness, Late Bloomer, or Learning Disability? – Diane Geerlinks
Learning Through Movement: Kindergarten to Grade 6 – Matthew Turton
Logic: An Introduction to Logic And Its Usefulness in Everyday Life – Kirk Durston
Math in the Upper Grades – Samantha Cameron
No Child Left Inside – Shawn Hadigate
Parenting a Special Needs Child – What to Do and What Not to Do – Steve Blakely
Purity – Patti Durston
Pursuing Excellence For God’s Glory – Josh Tiessen
Reading Disabilities: The Missing Link – Matthew Turton
Real Brain Food: Education As a Life…. – Cori Dean
Struggle to Juggle: Balancing the Stess of Life! – Betty VanGils Kloet
Teaching Phys. Ed. At Home -
Teaching Tips For the Struggling Learner – Diane Geerlinks
The Heavens Declare The Glory Of God: Cosmological Evidence For Creation – Jim Mason
The Write Stuff: Encouraging Your Child in the Creative Writing Process – Samantha Cameron
Legalities Of Homeschooling in Ontario – Paul Faris
Third Wave Of Home School Persecution – Paul Faris
Unschooling Math – Emily Beilby
Why Canadians Should Study American History – Heinz Dschankilic
Plus more seminars still to be planned
Seminar titles subject to change