Set Your Struggling Student Up for Learning Success
Are you wondering what you can do to help your struggling student learn better at home? In this episode we talked about things you can do to pre-plan for successful homeschooling lessons, how best to start off your homeschooling year, ways you can create memories and traditions while encouraging your student as a person and as a learner, how to set goals and work towards them, and how to focus on the things that you will be thankful you focused on as you continue homeschooling and progress each year in training up your child for whatever is next for them after their home education years. Our special guest this week on Empowering Homeschool Conversations was Dawn Spence, homeschool mom, SPED Homeschool Teaching Manager, and retired special education professional. Dawn shared with on "Set Your Struggling Student Up for Learning Success" Viewers like you funded similar episodes, and other free resources from SPED Homeschool. To learn how you can support the nonprofit work of SPED Homeschool and this broadcast, visit https://spedhomeschool.com/donate/
To find out more about SPED Homeschool, visit our website at https://spedhomeschool.com/
Check out our most recent articles on SPED Homeschool at https://spedhomeschool.com/articles/
And to read articles written on the SPED Homeschool website by Dawn Spence, use this link:https://spedhomeschool.com/?s=dawn+spence
Click here to power up your at home teaching with courses and downloadable hand-selected for you! https://empoweredhomeschool.com/
Peggy founded SPED Homeschool in 2017 after working in the special education homeschooling industry for over a decade and now she and her team empower families across the globe to homeschool students with diverse learning needs.
She is certified by the American Association of Christian Counselors and trained as a Precept Bible Study leader. Peggy is also a professional aerial silks performer and instructor. In her free time, Peggy enjoys vegan/gluten-free cooking, paddle boarding, hiking and reading. She and her husband Doug live in League City, TX, and after 19 years of homeschooling have now graduated all three of their children from their home school.