Want to learn how to homeschool with ease, fun, and joy amidst this COVID-19 era? 50+ homeschooling experts, parents, and educators come together to share their best insights and strategies into what it takes to homeschool with success all while balancing work and family.
As Dr. Peter Gray, the event’s keynote speaker, says, “homeschooling and self-directed education allow children to unleash their natural learning and potential”.
This event covers the most complete and comprehensive areas you could think of as a homeschooler. And it’s themed days help attendees focus on the areas they need right now:
- Homeschooling Foundation
- Homeschooling Methodologies
- Homeschooling Curriculum
- Homeschooling Communities
- Homeschooling Learning Platforms
- Homeschooling in Different Countries
- Homeschooling Inspiring Stories
What makes this event so unique is the addition of a wide-range of homeschooling speakers from all over the globe, most of which are leaders of the homeschooling association in that country, from Asia to Europe to North America to South Africa.
Whether you are new to homeschooling or found yourself “homeschooling” as a result of the pandemic, or you are a veteran homeschooler, you’ll find plenty of inspiration and strategies to implement in your homeschooling journey.
Come learn and have fun at the Homeschooling Conference which opens to the public for free on July 13-19, 2020.
IEW presents From Imitation to Innovation. Teaching writing can be easier than you think!
Teachers, parents, and students, join, us for a day of workshops, including live classes!
June 27, 2020 from 10am to 6pm CST.
- From Copywork to Composition
- IEW’s Structure and Style: What is it all about?
- Level A Student Workshop (Grades 3-5)
- Level B Grammar Lesson (Grades 6-8)
- Putting It All Together: Questions and Answers with Andrew Pudewa and Julie Walker
Sessions will be held on the Adobe Connect Meeting platform except for the two student workshops, which will be streamed live on YouTube Live.
In a statement on their website, Chad Wombel, Conference Chairman, announced that the 2020 Midwest Parent Educator’s Conference is cancelled.
We’re aware of the KC announcement that per new CDC guidelines, no events/gatherings with more than 50 attendees will be allowed in KCMO for the next 8 weeks.
As a result, we will need to postpone or cancel our planned April 3-4 conference.
We will post more info this week as our team considers all options.
In the meantime, thanks for all the prayers and kind words…we appreciate them far more than we can express!
BIXBY, Okla. (Nov. 1, 2018) – The Institute for Excellence in Writing (IEW) is hosting their annual online Winter Retreat on December 8, 2018, intent on providing educators with refreshing and informative content.
“The conference was really useful for me. Even the sessions that I wasn’t interested in somehow hooked me in, and I stayed to listen to them. I am so grateful to have found IEW,” said Jane Cooper, an attendee of one of IEW’s virtual retreats.
Speakers at IEW’s Winter Retreat include founder and director Andrew Pudewa, Susan Barton of Barton Reading & Spelling System, Sarah Mackenzie from Read-Aloud Revival, Adam Andrews from CenterForLit, author and speaker Heidi St. John, and IEW’s marketing director, Julie Walker.
IEW’s Winter Retreat is free and open to anyone wanting to learn more about dyslexia, reading, and writing and what IEW does to motivate and assist teachers, parents, and students. IEW’s mission is to equip teachers and teaching parents with methods and materials which will aid them in training their students to become confident and competent communicators and thinkers.
Contact Information: Nicholas Buscemi Phone: (800) 856-5815 Email: info@IEW.com