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To Know God and Make Him Known
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FREE Parent Webinar TODAY!
Teaching Tips Part One: The NAMES Tool
Thursday, November 20, 2017 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM EST
Register: http://ow.ly/G38E30gshnz

At our Parent Practicums this summer, we discussed a set of five skills for teaching young learners, ages 4-12. We discovered that we are naturally drawn to these skills, but can become more intentional in employing them to teach almost anything. What a blessing when our natural inclinations help us to grow as classical educators! Join us for this webinar as we practice these skills in two very different subject areas. We will also talk about how to adapt these same practices for older learners.
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The secret to learning languages as an adult? Here's what Dwane Thomas does... http://ow.ly/vZAG30gBgNY
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Home School Counselor, Senior Advisor Webinars
Classical Conversations Plus Planning for Concurrent College Credit
Thursday, November 16, 2017 9:00 PM - 10:30 PM EST
Register Now: http://ow.ly/8D7g30gzuxc

Join Linda Tomkinson and Scott Whitaker from Homeschool Counselor as we discuss our concurrent college credit program and planning college credit for your students while they homeschool high school. Come to hear about maintaining classical Christian education while gaining affordable college credit that celebrates our Challenge curricula. This meeting will focus on these ideas and also upcoming courses for Spring Term with SEU.

Discussion is within first hour, with additional Q & A to follow. We look forward to answering your questions. This is a one-time session.
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FREE Parent Webinar TODAY!
Teaching Tips Part One: The NAMES Tool
Thursday, November 20, 2017 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM EST
Register: http://ow.ly/G38E30gshnz

At our Parent Practicums this summer, we discussed a set of five skills for teaching young learners, ages 4-12. We discovered that we are naturally drawn to these skills, but can become more intentional in employing them to teach almost anything. What a blessing when our natural inclinations help us to grow as classical educators! Join us for this webinar as we practice these skills in two very different subject areas. We will also talk about how to adapt these same practices for older learners.
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FREE Parent Webinar TODAY!
Master Teacher or Lead Learner?
Thursday, November 9, 2017 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM EST
Register: http://ow.ly/rd5T30gsgSt


In our own educations, most of us had six teachers each year of middle school and high school, one per subject. Each teacher (hopefully!) displayed a passion for his subject, but often little passion for learning. In Classical Conversations, we ask that our Challenge tutors disciple and mentor a maximum of twelve students each year through all six of their subjects, modeling the excitement that comes from continuing to learn and dialogue about our learning. Join us today as we explore the advantages of this paradigm, including deep relationships, integrations between subjects, and the modeling of lifelong learning.

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Do you need encouragement in a hard season right now? http://ow.ly/1G0y30ghJhG
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Advice for Challenge parents from a veteran Challenge director! http://ow.ly/xLr130g6ojO
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What can potlucks teach us about choosing curriculum? http://ow.ly/XzG630g3oAI
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Do you (or your children) ever wonder why we bother with algebra? http://ow.ly/qHx930g3oEt
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Welcome our latest 360˚ Homeschool Room Tour. Today we are a visiting the homeschool-space of Debbie Kelly.
http://ow.ly/Iobg30fZuqM
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