Home Education: Am I Really Qualified? - The Old Schoolhouse

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Welcome, New Homeschoolers!

You are probably asking yourself one or more of these questions:

  • How many hours a day should I spend doing schoolwork?
  • How do I plan and structure my day?
  • What are the expectations versus my reality?
  • Am I even qualified to teach?

We are here to tell you that with the right tools, materials, and information, you absolutely can do this! YOU are the most qualified teacher to help your child academically, emotionally, and spiritually in this time of uncertainty.

The Old Schoolhouse® publishers, Paul and Gena Suarez, along with sponsors CTC Math and Institute for Excellence in Writing, brought nationally-known speakers together to share wisdom and encouragement to help you get started through the webinar, Home Education: Am I Really Qualified?

Learn from some of the experts in homeschooling:

Sam Sorbo explains why school is not the same as education in "Accidental Homeschooling-They're YOUR Kids."

Hal and Melanie Young address the question, "Am I Qualified to Teach?"

Dan Beasley from the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) provides guidance on the topic, "From Public School to Homeschool/ How to Get Started."

The Familyman, Todd Wilson, reminds parents what’s truly important in "Expectations/Keeping it Real."

The International Association for Creation's Steven Policastro shares practical advice about "Using Field Trips/Museums in Your Studies."

Deborah Wuehler, Senior Editor of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, encourages listeners with "Benefits of a Home Education."

Plus, gain valuable information from CTC Math’s own Nadim El-Rahi and Andrew Pudewa, Founder of Institute for Excellence in Writing. Learn how to connect with support groups at local, state, and national levels, and see how SchoolhouseTeachers.com equips you with the resources to provide all of your children with a quality education rooted in Biblical principles.

"Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old, he will not depart from it" (Proverbs 22:6).
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