May 2010 Schoolhouse Expo- Sue Patrick
Sue Patrick is the creator of An Easy Approach to Optimize and Organize Your Homeschool from Preschool to High School. This specialized system will allow you to teach your child more effectively, so start today!
Sue Patrick is the creator of An Easy Approach to Optimize and Organize Your Homeschool from Preschool to High School. This specialized Workbox System will allow you to teach your child more effectively and at the same time help you to better organize your school day. Children using this system stay more focused and are more successful in learning and completing their schoolwork. Starting Monday, you will provide better organization for you and your children. It will then be easier to set up a school day of curriculum, variety, and fun, while steering your child to independence and focus.
Sue Patrick, married to her husband Dale for 24 years, and a homeschooling mom of two for 13 years, developed Sue Patrick’s Workbox System for her first child after he was diagnosed with Autism at one year of age. Her system was developed out of a need for structure and a way to specialize the education for her son so that he could better understand and learn. After having such success with her son, she began sharing her system with other homeschool families who were amazed at the benefits for their own children. After traveling and speaking to groups for over 10 years, she finally wrote a user’s guide for her system in 2008, Sue Patrick Workbox System, A User’s Guide. People are now using her system in their homeschools all over the world.
Sue continues to travel and speak to groups, teaching her system of homeschooling and motivating families to teach with greater depth, breadth, and motivation. She feels this is a ministry she is called to continue in.
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