Enhancing Curriculum for More Learning and More Fun
A workshop with Kelly Kotanidis from Fearless Homeschool.
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- Welcome & Enhancing Curriculum – Kelly Kotanidis
- How to Nail your AP Home Visit for Registration – Myfanwy Dibben
- What is my child learning? – translating everyday life for recording – Beverley Paine
- Creating Homeschool Community – Ann Leach, Tamara Kidd, April Jermey, Nat Mardon & Tamara Kelly
- How To Teach Maths Confidently (Even if you Flunked it Yourself) – Esther White
- How to Raise a Family of Readers – Erin Hassett
- Holding Space for the Self-Directed Learner – Heidi Conway
- Seven Secrets to Simply Homeschool – Karen Willson
- Montessori Home Education – Tamara Kidd
- How to Rock Radical Unschooling, and why choose it. – Freya Dawson
- Homeschooling with Chronic Illness – Can It Be Done? – Lusi Austin
- How to Balance being a Mum with being a Homeschool Mum – Belinda Letchford
- Parenting Tools that Make a Difference to Homeschool Life – Chelsea Lee Smith
- Approaches to Homeschooling That Don’t Look Like School – Rachael Clark
- Five Things You Can Do To Teach Your Child About Money – Neil Edmond
- Educate your Kids Effortlessly While Travelling – Coco Cooper
- Learning Languages – Tamara Kelly
- How To Homeschool High School – Michelle Morrow
- Inside Beverley’s classroom – Beverley Paine
- Learning Together: Preparing our kids for the future – Andrew Lord
- Creating balance in your homeschool – aka. How to stay sane – Aimée Engler
- Chatting with my Homeschooled Teens – Lusi Austin
- Revolutionise Your Homeschool With Tiny Co-ops – Kylie Rayner
- Arts Across the Curriculum – Michelle Pacey
- Building Community – Organising excursions, camps, co-ops, and meet ups – April Jermey
- Chicken-Scratch Planning Workshop – Tamara Kelly
- Homeschool Planning and Organising with Kids. – Bel Moore
- Opting out of school: Shining a light on the darkest fears. – Tamara Kidd
- Gameschooling: Learning while playing board games – Nat Mardon
- Engaging Reluctant Writers – Lusi Austin
- Tips for Planning Engaging History Lessons for Primary Kids – Chelsea Lee Smith
- Reporting in Qld Made Easy. – Rachael Clark
- Pathways to University – Amanda Bartle
- How to thrive as a New Age Un/Homeschooling Mama – Heidi Hosking
- Freedom vs Structure: Finding the right balance for your family – Sara Macdonald
- Australian Living Books and Story Time – Anthony Coafield
- Homeschooling Habits – Kelly George
- Setting your child up to WIN – Andrew Lord
- Isolation – your greatest fear or current reality? – Tamara Kidd
- Unschooling – The kids will be alright! – Vicci Oliver
- Aboriginal People’s 60,000 year old Learning Style – Nola Turner-Jensen
- Making the Most of the Journey – Bel Moore
- Starting Homeschool like a Pro.- Karen Willson
- Navigating Neurodiversity in your Homeschool – Lusi Austin
- Bring Learning to Life with Stories – Anthony Coafield
- Home Ed Grads Have Their Say – Erin Hassett
- Unpacking Maths For Every Day Life – & How to Teach It! – Esther White
- Resource Ideas for Hands on Learning – Rachael Clark:
- Charlotte Mason for Beginners – Carol Hudson
- Teaching Life Skills with Passion Projects – Heidi Conway
- Responding to THOSE Comments – Lusi Austin
- Creating Booklists for a Literature Based Education – Erin Hassett:
- Embrace Nature Study Effortlessly – Marie Viljoen
- History and Geography. Why and How? – Myfanwy Dibben
- Homeschooling Special Needs: AIC & NDIS – April Jermey
- Mindset Matters – priming kids to succeed – Andrew Lord
- Eyes Wide Open: Benefits and Disadvantages of Home Education – Beverley Paine
- Staying Organised while Homeschooling – Patricia Fitzgerald
- Studying, Working, and Homeschooling: How to Juggle – Kelly George
- Fitting In The Feast: So No-one Goes Hungry – Renelle Jones
- Inspiration with EASE – Heidi Conway
- Wild Schooling in Australia – Nicki Farrell
- Websites to Enhance your Home Ed Life – Rachael Clark
- Structured Science for Homeschoolers – Tamara Kelly
- How do you Afford to Homeschool? – Collaboration
- Nurturing your child’s gifts & challenges beyond the curriculum – Heidi Hosking
2020 Bonus Sessions
- Meal Planning Tips from a mum of 10 – Erin Hassett
- Avoiding burnout with intentional self-care – Lusi Austin
- Helping your child love writing – Carol Hudson
- Monday Morning Meetings – our easy organisation method – Tamara Kidd
- If It’s Not Fun, It’s Not Done! -Heidi Conway
- Low-Tech Lifestyle – Kelly George
- Unpacking the Perceptual Positions – Andrew Lord
- Journalling with the 8 questions – Heidi Conway
- The 4Cs – What we can focus on right now -Lusi Austin
- Homeschooling Schedule and Extracurricular Activities – Erin Hassett
- Integrating Gratitude – Heidi Conway
- The ONE tool I use to begin every design project – Andrew Lord
- Encouraging a Love of Books – Erin Hassett
- 2x live coaching session recordings with Heidi Conway
- Sustainable Homeschooling – Kelly George
- Theme & Project Planning – Tamara Kelly
- Multisensory Maths – Esther White
- Tune Into How Your Child Learns – Beverley Paine
- Striking the right balance so you don’t burn out – Shannon Young
- How to be an Organised Homeschool Parent – Jen Bauer
- Prepare your NSW Registration Document in a Few Hours – Karen Willson
- Taming the Curriculum Monster – Michelle Morrow
- What I Learned During 20 Years of Homeschooling – Belinda Letchford
- Is working from home an option for you and your family? – Larteasha Griffen
- 7 Simple Steps to Create Your Own Curriculum – Karen Willson
- Deschooling for Homeschoolers – Beverley Paine
- Unschooling Teens: are they doing enough – Rachael Clark
- Centering Your Education Around Australian Living Books – Erin Hassett
- Hygge, Books & Homeschool – Renelle Jones
- How you can include Aboriginal culture into your Homeschool – Larteasha Griffen
- Remove registration stress and get on with real home education – Tamara Kidd
- Home Educating Teens & Beyond – Bel Moore
- Oh no! I Forgot to Socialise the Kids! – Beverley Paine
- Cornerstones of a Home-Centered Education – Nicolas Connault
- Northern Territory Homeschool Registration – Jen Bauer
- Radical Unschooling Takes Trust – Rachael Clark
- Don’t be Scared of Science! – Kelly George
- Techniques for Tough Times: Getting through my Toughest Homeschool Days – Karen Willson
- How to retrospectively describe everyday life as educational attainment – Tamara Kidd
- Finding Five Minutes Peace – Michelle Morrow
- Special needs parenting: A single mother’s journey to radical self care – Tanya Savva
- Registering with the HEU in Qld – Tamara Kelly
- Fresh approaches for learning challenges – Crystel Poggioli
- Travel with Kids: A Real World Education – Noela Dowling
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The Australian Homeschool Summit gave me confidence and reassurance that I am on the right path for my family. I’ve now got new ideas to explore and feel inspired and motivated for this season of life. It’s good to know I’m not alone. The summit was really, really worth it!
I absolutely loved the varied range of how and what can be taught, from unschooling right through to following some sort of curriculum. It has made me so much more confident in my decision to homeschool, and that no matter what happens in my daily life, there are always opportunities for my kids to learn!
It was absolutely invaluable to me.
I wasn’t going to join you for the AHS this year but FOMO hit me and I am sooo glad I signed up! I received renewed vision, practical resource ideas, supportive advice and encouragement, game changing information and I felt the love! I am without a doubt 100% sure it
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