Manage Your Homeschool Like a Boss – with Amanda

Session Description

You are busy! Choosing curriculum, lesson planning, meal planning, teaching, making sure your children stay on task and keeping your house from falling into a state of squalor. You are a project manager, so why not use the tools of a project manager to keep your homeschool running like a well-oiled machine – or at least keep everyone fed, clean, and moving forward in their learning journey. During this session we will discuss strategies and tools to help you:
1. Create a scope and sequence for the year OR how not to overschedule yourself
2. Decide which is best for you: daily vs weekly vs monthly lesson planning
3. Establishing routines to keep everyone productive
4. Managing screen time
5. Meal Planning
6. Chore Management
Participants are encouraged to bring any curriculum they have with them so that they can use it to create a real scope and sequence and lesson plan.

The *OTHER* Homeschool Parent – With Josh & Amanda

Roundtable Description

This is a roundtable for the homeschool parent who isn’t necessarily in charge of choosing curriculum or managing the day-to-day operations of the homeschool, but who is, in fact, an educator of children. We will discuss topics like 1) Tips to be effortlessly involved with your homeschool, even if you work way too much. 2) Recognizing when your spouse is in crisis mode and what to do about it. 3) What to expect on your homeschool journey. All parents are encouraged to attend.


Secular Homeschool Convention, Atlanta 2018

Josh & Amanda’s Biography

Josh is a civil engineer and homeschool dad to Caleb. He is also on the Board of Directors for Groovy Kids Online, a nonprofit organization committed to bringing high-quality educational resources to children. Amanda runs Groovy Kids Online and homeschools the boy, but not always in that order.

Amanda is the Founding Director of Groovy Kids Online, a nonprofit organization dedicated to making every family a learning family. Additionally, she homeschools her 12-year-old son and the occasional neighbor kid when they need it.



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