Are you dissatisfied with your child’s education to looking for a mid year switch and homeschool virtual conference to help?

Do you feel like you’re stuck in a rut? Need a change?

If that’s the case, the Mid-Year Switch may be the answer you’ve been looking for! The Mid-Year Switch Virtual Conference on December 6th is a round up of inspirational experts sharing online sessions full of encouragement! It’s the perfect place for parents to find advice and inspiration to try something new.

  • Life-changing
  • Sanity-Saving
  • Inspirational
  • Sessions for kids and parents!
  • Available for 90 days!

It’s true that change can be intimidating and difficult, but sometimes it’s the most necessary thing.

Whether you need a brand new start or just a change in what you’re studying, this conference can be the inspiration you need at just the right time! Veterans in the field, as well as change leaders are here to share their wisdom and give you the opportunity to ask questions and get the answers you need. Don’t delay – it’s sure to be the most affordable decision you’ve ever made!

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Register by October 31st to get your copy of the Sanity Saver Planner – a planner created just for the homeschool parent! Don’t wait – Reserve your place by Registering Now!

Check out this sneak peek of a few of the Mid Year Switch Virtual Convention sessions!

Mom and Me Preschool: Learning without worksheets or screen time

Karen  Meyer  -The best preschool curriculums engage children in language-based, active learning; building connections to the world and how it works. This workshop gives parents the tools and resources to build the learning environment all young children need to succeed.

Learn to Draw from a Former Disney Animator

Chad  Stewart – from The Animation Course, is going to demonstrate a portion of his drawing class. He has been privileged to teach over 1400 students in the last few years about the wonder of art and wants to share it with you.

Learn How to Design, Build, and Create the World of Tomorrow

Wayne  Kroeplin -Join Mr. K as he explains why every student should learn how to be an innovator and find their passion before they get out of school. As an award winning Technology and Engineering Education instructor, Wayne will introduce you to Innovator’s Tribe, explain why it was created and give an overview of what is included in each course. As you watch the session, you may just find the best fit for your students!

Online Teletherapy: Improving Access and Quality of Special Education Services

Kris  Krajewski – Speech/Language Pathologist, will talk about a relatively new method of delivering special education services to those with limited access to a therapist. Learn how creatively crafted online therapy services can benefit students with a variety of special needs, and may even be considered as a first choice for some individuals.

Tired of School at Home? Try Unschooling

Patrick  Farenga -John Holt coined the term unschooling in 1977 because he felt learning doesn’t have to take place at home or duplicate school. This introduction to unschooling describes how to live and learn with your children without turning your home into a miniature school.

Brain Rich Kids – Engaging your kids at home to make them physically and mentally healthy

Yegor  Nadvornyy  is on a mission to make your kids smarter and stronger by utilizing every tool and scientific finding that is out there. There is a connection between a brain and a body. So, it is to no surprise that Yegor is focusing on early physical development promoting #makeSmartMoves and exploring the possibilities of engaging your kids at home. Yegor himself did every possible sport when was a kid while graduating in the top 10 of his class at one of the most selective high schools in Ukraine. After spending 4 years at Microsoft working for Xbox team as one of the assignments he now wants to get your kids off the couch and make them physically and mentally healthy.

Jamie Gaddy, B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D. Jamie Gaddy is the content manager for Homeschool Connect. Education has been an integral part of her life for over 25 years in both the classroom, homeschool, and even as a principal. Six children later found her dissatisfied with traditional schooling and homeschooling became the better fit. After 14 years of homeschooling, Jamie loves to share her experience and help other homeschoolers find success.

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