Secular Homeschool Conferences hosted by Secular, Eclectic, Academic Homeschoolers
In this issue we are celebrating the 3 annual conferences Secular, Eclectic, Academic Homeschoolers hosts! Two of our secular homeschool conferences are online and one is an in-person conference. Each of the online conferences has a themed focus. These conferences are an important part of our commitment to providing support for the secular homeschool community. I have been involved in education, both traditional and non-traditional, for many years. The only things I miss about being involved in the traditional school setting are the insight, connections, and conversations with other educators. The many Secular, Eclectic, Academic Homeschoolers Facebook groups provide much of this type of support. The conference talks fill in the rest. I consider the on-line secular homeschool conferences to be a community service, designed to give homeschooling educators new insights into what other educators are doing.
The talks for our January conference will focus on homeschooling neurodiverse (or neuro-atypical) children with different degrees of learning and attention challenges. The talks will be free to attendees thanks to our friends at Sequential Spelling!
The Secular, Eclectic, Academic Homeschoolers Conference Committee is hard at work on the July in-person conference in Atlanta, Georgia. The best price of the year for tickets to this conference runs from December 1 through December 7.
I want to thank you as a subscriber to the Secular, Eclectic, Academic Homeschoolers Newsletter. It is an easy and important way that you support us. As a thank you for your support, we have a special giveaway this month! We will give away three conference tickets to the Atlanta Conference: 1 adult ticket, 1 teen ticket, and 1 child ticket!
Much Love, Blair